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Covad is likely to launch a broadband wireless service early next year: The operator, which was one of the early operator members of the WiMax Forum, has been trialing broadband wireless in San Jose and Oakland, Calif. It’s not offering details about where or with what equipment. This story seems to conclude that Covad is likely to target business customers, but I don’t see any specific indication that it plans to solely focus on business customers. Covad’s existing DSL service has a significant base in residential areas.
Covad is set to be one of the earliest significant operators to launch a WiMax-like offering, although a slew of other big operators are conducting trials so they may soon follow suit.
Posted by nancyg at July 12, 2005 1:56 PM
Categories: launch plans
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