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WiMax Briefs

DTI Globalwatch : 02 October, 2006  (New Product)
The company says its new CPE and notebook PC Card will support 802.16e, the mobile version of WiMax (not yet ratified, not that that's stopping anyone). May 31, 2006 analysts say that WiMax is responsible for invigorating the stagnant broadband wireless access market in the Asia Pacific region. They expect the lack of infrastructure there not only helps the WiMax growth potential, but also makes it a perfect testbed to see how viable the technology really is. Wi-LAN
The company says its new CPE and notebook PC Card will support 802.16e, the mobile version of WiMax (not yet ratified, not that that's stopping anyone). May 31, 2006 analysts say that WiMax is responsible for invigorating the stagnant broadband wireless access market in the Asia Pacific region. They expect the lack of infrastructure there not only helps the WiMax growth potential, but also makes it a perfect testbed to see how viable the technology really is. Wi-LANís IP in the world of WiMax now belongs to former partner.
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