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  • Clearwire's mobile WiMAX service

    As a mobile manager, you may be excited by the prospect of Clearwire's 4G mobile WiMAX service. But you need to understand the limitations and proceed carefully before making long-term plans that include the use of Clearwire's mobile WiMAX service. Continue Reading

  • WiMAX devices

    WiMAX devices will become more readily available as carriers deploy widespread WiMAX service. Continue Reading

  • WiMAX security

    Introduction A lot has been written on the topic of WiMAX radio technology, but what about WiMAX security? Should users feel safe that their transmitted data is free from eavesdropping and manipulation? How does a WiMAX operator ensure that only ... Continue Reading

  • WiMAX performance

    Sprint and Clearwire formed a $14.5 billion joint venture a few weeks ago that will focus entirely on mobile WiMAX. The joint venture will be called Clearwire and includes investment from Google, Intel, Comcast, Time Warner, and Bright House ... Continue Reading

  • WiMAX services

    WiMAX, a new business opportunity for service providers, is being offered in various stages by both new and established service providers. Continue Reading

  • WiMAX: What it is and how it works

    WiMAX was once stated to be the biggest thing since the Internet. But hype and confusion have dogged the project since its beginning. The first in five articles on WiMAX will discuss WiMAX technology, applications and terminology.Continue Reading

  • 700 MHz -- Why is it so valuable?

    The 700 MHz wireless spectrum auction is causing a lot of excitement, yet the reasons why can be obscure -- Paul DeBeasi explains its importance and how it works.Continue Reading

  • Wireless connectivity: Handsets vs. data cards

    True mobility still requires multiple devices, but wireless connectivity for laptops can be achieved in various ways, and each requires some serious consideration.Continue Reading

  • WiMAX -- Where are we at?

    WiMAX, the long-awaited wireless Internet service, is still riddled with issues but continues to make progress and will debut in two cities before the end of the year.Continue Reading

  • EV-DO and the promise of always-on remote access

    EV-DO, the wireless broadband technology, is explored in this tip. It covers the configuration, speed, coverage, download limit and expense of EV-DO.Continue Reading

  • Getting ready for fixed mobile convergence

    Fixed mobile convergence (FMC) will integrate mobile phones with your PBX, enable unified communications, and reduce cellular minute usage. In this tip, Paul DeBeasi looks at FMC deployment options and equipment and discusses what you need to do to ...Continue Reading

  • Mobile data services -- A checklist of considerations

    Analyzing and selecting a mobile data service can be a daunting task. This tip provides a checklist of the major factors to consider when evaluating mobile data services (GSM, CDMA and WiMAX).Continue Reading

  • Wireless WAN notebook adapters

    Wireless WANs (WWANs) offer many benefits for your road warriors. Here, Craig Mathias discusses wireless wide-area adapters for notebooks and laptops and explores when you might consider purchasing laptops with embedded WWAN adapters.Continue Reading

  • 3G devices: Don't get tied down with tethering

    More and more mobile devices are appearing on the marketplace with 3G capabilities. But the impacts of broadband wireless are far and wide, and anyone interested in taking advantage of new smartphones and faster networks should be aware of both the ...Continue Reading

  • Going 3G: Can you hear me now?

    The decision to "go 3G" requires careful consideration. Here Lisa Phifer outlines several factors that will assist you in making an informed decision about when and how to invest in 3G wireless services.Continue Reading