Software That Fills a Cellphone Gap – New York Times Rural cellularization may not sound like much, but Mr. Bose is a follower of Clayton M. Christensen, the management guru, who also happens to serve on Vanu’s board. Mr. Christensen told him that the best place to start a new business is where there isn’t yet an established market.
Lots to think about in newest developments on more flexible uses of spectrum. This goes way beyond imposing private property rights on frequencies; this is a completely new way of thinking about spectrum. Silicon Valley Moneymen Make a Play for Airwaves – New York Times Mr. Bose, son of the audio designer Amar G. Bose, is pursuing an advanced radio technology known as software-defined radio, which controls frequencies through software rather than hardware.