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Terabeam said it will use Fujitsu’s WiMax chip in its TeraMax product line: Terabeam is planning on making TeraMax WiMax compliant. Terabeam made a name for itself back in the boom when it came out with a free space optic line of products, which at the time seemed really space age. The company also managed to attract Dan Hesse, the former head of AT&T Wireless, to lead the company, though he’s no longer with the company. Terabeam is also notable for having bought the remains of Ricochet, which still operates networks in San Diego and Colorado.
Posted by nancyg at May 24, 2005 3:04 PM
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