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This announcement is quite difficult to decipher: But ADP Telecom is using equipment from Alcatel for a trial aimed at determining how WiMax might work instead of Wi-Fi as a wireless access solution with a broader coverage area in airports. The trial will allow potential users ranging from baggage handlers, car rental services, check-in desks, and passengers to access the network. ADP is particularly interested in the nomadic capabilities of WiMax.
On a side note, my favorite word in the press release is “complementarity.” I don’t think it’s a real word in English, but it ought to be.
Posted by nancyg at April 6, 2005 4:32 PM
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