Proxim Wireless announced this monday the launching of its long awaited Tsunami 8200 Series, the new industry standard for point-to-multipoint systems.
Proxim successfully deployed its multi-point wireless solutions for video surveillance along the tracks of the Tenerife Tram for increased passenger safety.
In a bid to remain cutting edge and on par with the world’s most industrialized cities, Nigerian officials have tapped Indian broadband and internet services provider Spectranet to implement their own 4G network. The commercial service was rolled out over the weekend and aims to provide small and medium businesses, corporations, and individuals with reliable and cost-effective broadband service.
Proxim recently announced the completion of a broadband wireless network linking all 11 campuses of the Autonomous University of Chiapas, in Mexico.
As more companies such as Eion Networks look to broaden their technological portfolios with the inclusion of LTE, the waning influence of WiMAX in North America becomes apparent.
Sprint will acquire the rights to the iPhone 5 in October, further angering AT&T.
Two of the US’ largest mobile carriers are nabbing RIM’s 4G BlackBerry smartphones hoping to jump back in to the 4G game.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 has received all honors from reviewers around the world, but it was still missing from the US market. Not for long anymore!
WiFi internet access is now commonplace in most service venues, but 4G net access using WiMax will soon be commonplace in most cities.
The GSMA, comprised of 800+ mobile operators, called for Taiwan to quit developing WiMAX technology and focus on the development of LTE instead.