Wi-MAX


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Wi-MAXWorldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access, Inc. (group promoting IEEE 802.16 wireless broadband standard)
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The obtained value FB result from higher bandwidth service provider (Wi-Max)
Omar Gonzalez, ingeniero en Sistemas para Allied Telesis en el norte de Latinoamerica, destaco: "La principal fortaleza de Wi-Max es que se permite armar redes estables con amplia cobertura en exteriores, incluso es eficiente para infraestructuras de alta densidad de dispositivos moviles".
Unilava Corporation (OTC.BB:UNLA), a provider and developer of diversified communications and services, announced on Wednesday the first implementation of its LOI with China Wi-Max Communications (CHWM) (OTC.BB:CHWM), a telecommunications and IP transport company .
Steven Berman, president and CEO of China Wi-MAX, noted, "This example of the intended use of the AGS funding is consistent with our fundamental investment objective of creating shareholder value through our business plan which includes Internet access, backhaul services, and value added services.
For Wi-MAX equipment, being a newer technology, Proof of concept trial testing was also carried out before its induction in the network.
Dragonwave develops backhaul equipment for Clearwire, which has partnered with Sprint to deliver a Wi-Max 4G network.
Gandhi was returning after an inaugural ceremony of the newly constructed Wi-Max services of the state-run telecommunication service BSNL.
LG Wi-Max USB dongle (Price: TBA*): A well-designed Wi-Max dongle for laptops and desktops that can let the users connect to the most powerful wireless broadband spectrum.
WBCRC works to remove obstacles to the deployment of wireless broadband network based on Wi-MAX technology in the region, in addition to extending its scope to serve the Middle East, Turkey and Africa as well, and serving as a central laboratory for other subsidiary labs in the region to meet the challenges of network deployment and other related technical and applications' services.
So with all these benefits and flexibility, why can't Wi-Max replace Wi-Fi?
There are so many areas we can talk about but my point is if we embrace the mobile, Wi-Fi or Wi-Max technology, the service providers need to put those antennas somewhere (at a close proximity) to give us clear voice quality, easy connectivity and flawless speed (for the Internet), else their call centres will be flooded with complains every day.
Internet access delivered across mobile phone networks and Wi-Max networks will be the dominant form of connections soon.