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 and Cricket plan ahead to keep the East Coast connected even through the expected pounding to be delivered by Hurricane Irene.
The number of people being covered by WiMAX networks will reach an astounding one billion by the end 2011. FInd out the keys of its success.
It has been revealed that the latest WiMAX-equipped Android Smartphone from Motorola, The Photon 4G, seems on schedule for a late summer release.
Telecommunications tycoon Sanjiv Ahuja has stepped down from his role as Chief Executive Officer of Augere; a wireless broadband business he founded in 2007.
The Motorola Photon 4G is just one of the many phones that Sprint plans on releasing this summer. The phone is Sprint’s first dual-core NVIDA Tegra 2 smart phone.
The Evo View 4G Tablet is set to launch on June 24th according to Sprint. This will be the first unlimited WiMax enabled tablet sold in the U.S.
WiMAX fulfills the need for a secure, wide area broadband communication network for distribution and substation automation which otherwise is difficult to achieve by using other communication networks.
At this year’s GSMA MWC (GSM Association Mobile World Congress 2011) held at the Fira de Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain), Intel Corp exhibited a mosaic of momentous live technology demonstrations at their Hall 8 pavilion. Inside the pavilion there were several booths including Intel’s “Better Connected” booth which featured WiMAX and LTE demonstrations.
Everything is well on track for WiMAX to reach its projected coverage numbers. As of 2009, WiMAX is covering over 621 million people.