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ABD Networks is building a network to cover the 100 square miles of Mauritius, an island in the south west Indian Ocean: The operator considered DSL and cable, but the terrain of the island is too rugged. The operator also required a non-line-of-sight solution to get around the mountains. Navini is a member of the WiMax Forum and says that ADB is “superbly positioned” to take advantage of WiMax, which I suspect means that Navini hopes to be able to upgrade the network to be WiMax compliant.
Posted by nancyg at February 4, 2005 3:15 PM
Categories: proprietary technologies
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