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WiMax products debut in Baltimore

10/8/2008 05:00 PM EDT
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re: WiMax products debut in Baltimore
Kumaramitabh   10/16/2008 10:17:13 AM
Mobile WiMAX has to position itself as more than USB modems and Express cards which today operate on Mobile networks as well. It is the new mobile devices which hold the key.As do new applications which can operate on Mobile Phones in the 3G environment using IMS. The target for the Mobile WiMAX should not therefore be looking at the limited set of broadband subscribers but at coexisting with the 300 Mobile handsets in use- a number which will exceed 500 million by 2012. Just 10 % penetration of this number with dual mode handsets is no less than 50 million users.

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