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I’ve held off from writing about the WiMax World conference, which I’m not attending, because it’s just too big: A ton of news has emerged this week from WiMax World, which became the sort of coming-of-age party for Mobile Wimax. A lot of the news is so techie and wonky, that I felt readers of this site wouldn’t find my linking to and explaining press releases and technology previews that useful. Tricia Duryea of the Seattle Times, a newspaper I contribute regularly to, has filed excellent mainstream business reports from the show. The short story appears to be that WiMax is about to emerge, and that this show was the first time that all the progress in the field was available to see in one place.
Posted by Glennf at September 27, 2007 10:58 AM