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Wireless ISP U.S. Wireless said it is deploying Aperto’s pre-WiMax gear throughout its service area: U.S. Wireless has already deployed the gear in some markets but says it will do so throughout its 11-State territory. This kind of news is further evidence that these types of operators are chomping at the bit to get some new equipment. They’re willing to deploy now rather than wait for the official certified gear. This could also be partly due to the fact that some vendors are almost exclusively focusing on their WiMax equipment, leaving operators little choice if they want to upgrade or extend their networks.
Posted by nancyg at June 9, 2005 5:08 PM
Categories: launch plans
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These operators are looking for improved technical performance at a viable cost. In thier model non-standard CPE is not a big deal (other than long term support cost) so a preWiMax is just fine.
Posted by: stu jeffery at June 10, 2005 4:46 PM