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Unstrung reports that Alcatel may be on the verge of signing a licensing agreement with IPWireless: Alcatel already buys and integrates IPWireless equipment. The move would fit with what some people see is a shift at IPWireless toward trying to earn most of its revenue from its intellectual property rather than equipment sales.
Alcatel seems to be pursuing a wide range of future wireless technologies. In addition to the standard cellular upgrades, it is also working on WiMax products, both through an OEM agreement with Alvarion and a development deal for 802.16e gear with Intel. A potential deal to license IPWireless’ gear may be Alcatel’s attempt to cover all the bases.
Posted by nancyg at March 11, 2005 2:51 PM
Categories: Vendor News
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