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KT is hoping to converge its CDMA and WiBro networks: An executive spoke at the WiMax Forum meeting and he said that KT will hope to offer converged client devices that include CDMA, WiBro, and Wi-Fi. Because Korea will likely be the first to have a widespread mobile broadband wireless network when KT launches WiBro in the middle of next year, it’ll be the place to watch. If KT uses WiMax to essentially boost the speed of its CDMA network and if it meets success, other mobile operators around the globe may think harder about using WiMax themselves.
Posted by nancyg at July 14, 2005 2:43 PM
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