Last week Clearwire announced that they intend to adopt LTE in addition to their WiMAX network. With cash running low, some investors fear that Clearwire may default on their debts, as they are not generating enough money.
Nokia Siemens Networks announced that it will cut 1,500 jobs from Motorola Solutions, affecting R&D, supply chain and sales related to the WiMAX business.
Recently, Sequans Communications’ WiMAX chip has powered several HTC devices. The EVO 4G+, the HTC Flyer 4G tablet in Korea, and the HTC EVO 3D all contain Sequan WiMAX chips.
Sprint recently announced that it will start providing the WiMAX service to other carriers. This makes Sprint the U.S. first operator to sell 4G wholesale.
Sprint is always looking to be creative and innovative in order to keep up with the “big players.” That is why they are always trying to be bold.
The Photon 4G from Motorolla is now available for those on the Sprint network. The Photon was made available for Sprint’s Premium customers on July 28 and was released to the public on July 31.
Orange and Google released information about their strategic alliance that would introduce Google’s services to African customers using Orange’s SMS platform.
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!
Clearwire announced yesterday that they will be offering a new personal WiFi hotspot for connecting to their 4G Wimax network. With the new Clear Spot 4G-Apollo you and seven other devices can connect to Clear’s blazing fast Wimax network while on the go.
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.