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ITU approves WiMax

U.N. Agency Gives Boost to WiMax – New York Times

The United Nations telecommunications agency in Geneva gave the upstart technology called WiMax a vote of approval, providing a sizable victory for Intel and something of a defeat for competing technologies from Qualcomm and Ericsson.

The International Telecommunication Union’s radio assembly agreed late Thursday to include WiMax, a wireless technology that allows Internet and other data connections across much broader areas than Wi-Fi, as part of what is called the third-generation family of mobile standards.

That endorsement opens the way for many of the union’s member countries to devote a part of the public radio spectrum to WiMax, and receivers for it could be built into laptop computers, phones, music players and other portable devices.

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1 Comment to ITU approves WiMax

  1. October 28, 2007 at 12:43 am | Permalink

    Cisco, which was backing a different standard, has come around very quickly by buying Navini, which has a full WiMax portfolio:


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