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April 3, 2006 at 12:25 PM

CTIA: Seattle hits the strip

More than 35,000 people are expected to attend CTIA Wireless 2006, which is being held this year at the Las Vegas Convention Center, and more than 1,000 companies are expected to exhibit — a number of them from the Seattle area.

Bellevue-based RadioFrame Networks announced a partnership with Nokia today. The largest handset manufacturer in the world will resell and distribute RadioFrame’s mini cell phone towers, which can provide better coverage indoors for homes and small to medium-sized businesses. See today’s story in the business section for more information.

The list of local companies in attendance also includes: T-Mobile USA, SNAPin, Wireless Services, InfoSpace, UIEvolution, MSNBC.com, Junxion Box, GoGoMo, Airbiquity, RealNetworks, Action Engine, Medio Systems, Volantis, Microsoft, Inrix, Qpass, M:Metrics, Mophone and more.

Another story today details how Microsoft is making inroads into the mobile space, which is becoming more sophisticated every day.

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