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Motorola announced a bit of an increased focus on WiMax and a couple of new WiMax packages: I’m not totally sure that there’s anything actually new here. It could be just that Motorola is packaging its broadband wireless products into a complete offering for users. But it’s now offering what it calls the Moto Wi4 portfolio, which includes two lines. One targets developing countries, which are likely to continue using broadband wireless technologies. The other package is based on all-IP access. In the cellular world, Motorola was one of the first big vendors to really push the benefits of using an all-IP core and it looks like the company is extending that push into the broadband wireless realm.
Posted by nancyg at July 27, 2005 1:05 PM
Categories: Vendor News
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