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A reporter in Intel’s backyard in Oregon writes superb account of WiMax’s state of deployment, potential: Mike Rogoway does a great job outlining the scope of WiMax’s potential, focusing on Intel’s bet on mobile WiMax. While much of the article covers familiar ground in accurate, interesting detail, there’s one fact I hadn’t heard before: Intel plans to have 4,000 of its 16,000 Oregon employees test mobile WiMax at home later in 2007 to get on the ground experience. Oregon has a difficult topology and verges rapidly in pure rural outside of Portland metro and its suburbs. It’s a good place to work out the kinks.
Posted by Glennf at January 16, 2007 9:01 PM