Fitchard, Kevin
January 2008
Telephony;1/28/2008, p28
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The article features the voice-over-P (VoIP) services of the Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX), which will be launched by Clearwire Inc. and Sprint Corp. According to Lars Johnsson, vice president for business development at Beceem Communications, VoIP will be a major component of the WiMAX because they see a strong consumer interest on the product. In addition, it states that the service will most likely be distributed through both operators and third-party providers.


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