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Taiwan Mobile co-president Cliff Lai says WiMax development a "wrong step" and spectrum better served to develop long-term evolution network instead, report notes.
Compatible with 3G, WiMax, and LTE, Sprint's latest wireless hotspot is essentially future proof.
Sprint is offering a subsidized netbook with old technology, to work on its WiMAX network that will be phased out in favor of current LTE. The subsidy requires a 2-year commitment to the old tech.
Chinese tech giant Huawei hits back with countersuit against Singapore's Creative and its subsidiary Qmax, over aborted WiMax broadband project.
Even as Sprint ramps up its LTE efforts, the company is still offering devices its 3G/4G modem, which connects to its WiMax network.
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Wireless technology still exists in several hotspots in Asia and remains a "weapon" in any operators' arsenal but fierce competition and low consumer demand lead WiMax providers to rely on LTE for future growth instead.
Creative Technologies sues Chinese mobile giant Huawei for failed WiMAX network project in Singapore, reports say.
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Clearwire continues to look for cash in the hopes to upgrade to a 4G LTE network alongside its existing WiMax service.
The next iPhone may introduce a lot of features to the line, but 4G or WiMAX support won't be one of them.
Sprint will roll-out its promised and delayed Nexus s 4G update on July 25th.
Sprint will reportedly confirm a network deal with LightSquared that will give the company a little Long-Term Evolution (LTE) mojo.
Next-generation broadband standard lost out to Long Term Evolution but will exist as niche technology in countries with low copper penetration or smart grids, say industry observers.
Clearwire cut a seven-year pact with Ericsson to manage its network in a move that should give the cash-strapped WiMax 4G provider some wiggle room.
The Nexus S 4G is the second Samsung Nexus S device, but this time it comes with a faster wireless radio thanks to WiMAX from Sprint.
After completing Vividwireless' WiMax network expansion into Brisbane, Adelaide and Canberra, CEO Martin Mercer said that the company will hold off further expansions until it receives more investment.
A new version of the WiMax standard, a competitor to the LTE standard that is claiming the title of '4G' around much of the world, has been ratified.The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) announced the approval of the 802.
The Google Nexus S 4G is coming soon from Sprint with a pure Google experience and support for WiMAX. It is nearly the same as the current Nexus S that works on T-Mobile.
Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow has resigned for "personal reasons" amid a management shakeup that comes at a critical juncture for the WiMax provider.
Clearwire, best known for its 4G WiMax network, is so intertwined with Sprint that the company's financials and future network ride shotgun with the carrier.
Sprint's fourth quarter highlighted a company that has rebounded nicely with almost 1.1 million net subscriber additions includng prepaid and postpaid customers. However, Sprint could have to pony up some cash to support Clearwire, the partner that runs the carrier's WiMax network.
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