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Companies are digging deep to come up with any sort of announcement at the Intel Developer Forum: Redline proudly brags about using “WiMax” to deliver a live video broadcast from Ontario, Canada to the forum in San Francisco. Redline apparently isnít shy—they don’t even bother to use the term “pre-WiMax”, for what that’s worth, instead, straight-up calling their gear WiMax when not a single piece of WiMax gear exists yet. TowerStream announced that Intel is using its more accurately described wireless broadband network for demos at the forum (The announcement should appear here.)
Intel also briefed journalists on its efforts in the 802.21 group. The standard aims to make it easier to combine radios such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPRS, and GPS in single devices. Intel even showed off a prototype of such a device.
Posted by nancyg at August 24, 2005 3:40 PM
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Redline should be fined by the Wimax Forum IMO.
Posted by: Dorian at August 24, 2005 4:52 PM