Is WiMax the ultimate access technology?

The future standardisation of 802.16e could do to the broadband industry what the mobile phone did to PSTN, conferring mobility...

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The future standardisation of 802.16e could do to the broadband industry what the mobile phone did to PSTN, conferring mobility and mobile services on WiMax fixed wireless access technology. Ovum asks whether WiMax has all the answers.

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