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Adaptix said LG Electronics will use Adaptix channel cards in its WiBro products: WiBro is the Korean mobile broadband wireless standard which eventually should merge with 802.16e. The press release and Adaptix Web sites are pretty heavy on marketing-speak and light on details, but it looks like Adaptix primarily builds software, specifically software defined radio solutions for OFDM-based systems.
This would be a pretty big coup for Adaptix. Given that LG is a Korean company, it’s likely to do some good business selling WiBro gear in Korea. This will also offer Adaptix good experience and something to brag about when trying to make sales in the WiMax world, since WiBro will hit the market before mobile WiMax.
Posted by nancyg at May 25, 2005 2:40 PM
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