NOTE: This is a 2009 post that I wrote for GoingWIMAX.com, discussing the options still remaining for organizations that were in need of stimulus funding for their broadband deployments.
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NOTE: This was a 2009 post I wrote for DailyWireless about the boom in mobile data usage and the need for effective offload mechanisms for 3G networks.
Dailywireless editor Sam Churchill has been reading some interesting observations by Robb Henshaw on WiMAX.com and Going Wireless, so we asked the Marketing Director at Proxim Wireless to write a few articles for Dailywireless, too.
Robb’s perspective is different from most cellular carriers. It may also reflect that of Proxim, an industry leader in WiMAX, municipal Wi-Fi, and backhaul solutions. His essay (below) explains why Smartphones are creating a new opportunity for municipal Wi-Fi — and why this time it’s going to be different.
NOTE: This is a 2009 post that I wrote for GoingWIMAX.com about the differnece between licensed and unlicensed WIMAX technologies, and the increasing opportunities for the (admittedly less sexy) unlicensed flavor of WIMAX.
NOTE: This is a 2009 post that I wrote for WIMAX.com, discussing how WIMAX technology would likely not be used as a broadband access technology (primarily), but instead as a wireless backhaul technology.
NOTE: Here's a post I wrote back in 2009 for WIMAX.com about the so-called battle between WIMAX and LTE technologies. Basically, the market was pitting these two technologies against each other when they had no business doing so. It was basically just the wireless industry's way of trying to create some sexy drama where there was none. I posited that LTE and WIMAX would be used for completely different applications, which turned out to be correct.