Next-gen WiMAX standard put on fast track

May 2010
Urgent Communications;May2010, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p7
Trade Publication
The article offers information on initiatives by the WiMAX Forum to speed up the delivery of the next-generation of WiMAX standard called 802.16m. The Forum is also planning to introduce higher data speeds to the existing mobile WiMAX. According to WiMAX Forum Vice President Mo Shakouri, these initiatives are aimed at addressing the heavy use of data among global subscribers of WiMAX.


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