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Telephony takes a look at the division between vendors pursuing the fixed WiMax standard and those waiting for mobility: It’s really no surprise to see that the vendors that have traditionally served the cellular industry are working on the mobile standard. One aspect that may surprise and disappoint the fixed vendors is that many of those vendors have decided to develop their own mobile WiMax products, rather than buy or resell products that will be developed by the often smaller fixed WiMax vendors. The fixed vendors, once they’ve developed 802.16e products, will have a hard time competing against the likes of Nokia, Motorola, and Alcatel for business from the existing mobile operators.
Posted by nancyg at June 28, 2005 2:40 PM
Categories: Mobile WiMax
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