WiMax is...The next generation of WiFi, or Wireless networking technology that will connect you to the Internet at faster speeds and from much longer ranges than current wireless technology allows.
- Up to a ten (10) mile range without wires
- Broadband speeds without cable or T1
- Handles "last mile" access in remote areas
- Licencing and equipment due in 2006
- Affordable technology
February 13, 2008This year will be decisive in the development of WiMAX, which experienced major setbacks in 2007, says Analysys, the global advisor in Telecom, IT and media, at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona (11–14 February). WiMAX (Worldwide interoperability for Microwave Access) is a wireless broadband technology based on the IEEE 802.16 family of standards. It was originally designed as a last-mile fixed wireless broadband access technology, but has also became a mobile broadband specification....
August 08, 2007Hitachi Com and Alvarion have agreed to develop Broadband Mobile Wireless Access System using Mobile WiMAX technology jointly in Japan and overseas market. The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has developed the license policy of 2.5 GHz band. WiMAX
July 23, 2007Sprint Nextel and Clearwire plan to jointly construct the first nationwide mobile broadband network using WiMAX technology, and promote the global development of WiMAX-based services. The planned arrangement, which is set out in a letter of intent, is expected to
July 16, 2007Just a little over a year ago, most people thought the United States would only see deployments of fixed WiMAX in rural areas with no DSL or cable modem service. During the summer of 2006, however, those who did not
July 12, 2007Alvarion Ltd. and Bridgewater Systems announced that Bridgewater has joined Alvarion's OPEN WiMAX ecosystem to provide subscriber-centric policy management solutions for WiMAX deployments. With the signing of a worldwide reseller agreement, Alvarion will offer Bridgewater's proven AAA Service Controller as
Daily news and reports about advancements in WiMax and the emergence of the 802.16 wireless standard.
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