Portland 2nd city to get Clear

February 2009
CED;Feb2009, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launching of Clearwire Corp.'s WiMAX service in Portland, Oregon on January 6, 2009. Portland is the second WiMAX market of Clearwire Corp. Benjamin Wolf, company chief executive officer (CEO), addresses questions about the effectiveness and potential viability of its service and emphasizes that wireless information is the fastest-growing segment of the communications service industry. The company also sells WiMAX services through Best Buy and RadioShack.


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