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AT&T said it will launch a broadband wireless trial in May in Middletown, New Jersey: This article doesn’t include which vendor or vendors AT&T has chosen for the trial but the equipment used will be from a vendor aiming for WiMax compliance. AT&T is looking into replacing data lines that AT&T currently leases from local phone companies to serve business customers.
Late last year AT&T said it pays $8.5 billion to other phone companies to access their networks. Building its own network using WiMax would be a one time hit that could save the company a bundle over time.
Posted by nancyg at March 15, 2005 11:10 AM
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