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The first version of WiMax gear isn’t even available yet but many operators and vendors are focusing on mobile WiMax: This DailyWireless item looks at the decision facing operators as they consider whether to deploy the fixed version or wait for the mobile version. What may become crucial is the ability to upgrade the first generation of WiMax to the mobile version. Initially, most people said that would be impossible. Recently, chip makers including picoChip and Sequans have been taking about the ability for their chips to be upgraded to mobile WiMax. I suspect that mobile WiMax is too uncertain yet to be making those kinds of promises but I suppose it’s possible.
Posted by nancyg at March 15, 2005 3:51 PM
Categories: Mobile WiMax
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