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WiMAX and WiFi Together: Deployment Models and User Scenarios. Speed WLAN connectivity and WiMAX for high-speed Wireless WAN (WWAN) connectivity - WAN. Wide Area Network. WLAN. Wireless Local Area Network. WWAN
Source: Co-authored by Motorola and Intel | 04/05/2009 pdf
Service operators face some tough decisions as they witness a rising demand for “anywhere, anytime” broadband access. Service-operators sense that there is a real business opportunity to provide a substantial increase to the all-important average revenue per user (ARPU).
Source: Alvarion | 03/25/2009 pdf
Wi-Fi technology has experienced unprecedented growth for both consumer and enterprise use in a very short time. The first IEEE 802.11b based products became available in 1999.
Source: Proxim | 03/25/2009 pdf
It is a widely known fact that an inextricable link exists between telecom modernization and economic growth.
Source: NSR | 03/25/2009 pdf
There are several ways of quantifying the performance of a broadband system. This paper will address two pressing issues of WiMAX system design which are interference and capacity analysis
Source: EDX | 03/25/2009 pdf
WiMAX is a standards-based wireless technology providing high-speed data and voice services in networks covering long distances and wide ranges. WiMAX can be used for a number of applications including last mile broadband access, hotspot and cellular backhaul for carrier infrastructure, and highspeed enterprise connectivity.
Source: Alvarion | 03/25/2009 pdf
The search for new propagation modelling methods for WiMAX networks is largely a waste of time and effort, this paper asserts.
Source: ATDI | 03/25/2009 pdf
The merits of various radio technologies, and specifically mobile WiMAX, is an on-going debate as these technologies have a direct bearing on the capacity, coverage, quality of service (QoS), and, most importantly, the types of broadband applications that can be supported.
Source: Alvarion | 03/25/2009 pdf
Developing a WiMAX business case could be a complex and time-consuming process. Yet the need to determine the CapEx, OpEx and ROI is critical to any deployment.
Source: WiMAX 20|20 | 03/25/2009 pdf
The global telecom industry is a significant and rapidly growing consumer of energy. About 1% of total global energy is used by this industry.
Source: Hutton Communications | 03/25/2009 pdf
 
 
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City of Houston Builds 4G Wireless Network to Better Serve Entire City
Broadband wireless access and connectivity for cities large and small makes sense because the technology is available today,” “Why dig up streets when you can build a better network above ground that will serve an entire city in many ways for many years to come? Daniel Chong, CEO of Crystal Communications    MORE >
The city of Houston will finally get its long-awaited wireless Internet services. Read more: Israeli firm gets OK for Houston WiFi service | Houston Business Journal
Kingwood-based Crystal Communications Ltd. is Alvarion’s partner in Houston deploying the system. The city of Houston will finally get its long-awaited wireless Internet services. Israel-based Alvarion Ltd., which has been running a pilot program in Houston for a year, has deployed a 4G municipal network as part of the “smart city” project. Houston received $5 million in grants and will use $1.4 million in capital funds Read more: Israeli firm gets OK for Houston WiFi service | Houston Business Journal    MORE >
City of Houston Deploys Alvarion® 4G Wireless Broadband Network for Advanced Municipal Services
Alvarion News Center Global Press Releases City of Houston Deploys Alvarion® 4G Wireless Broadband Network for Advanced Municipal Services City of Houston Deploys Alvarion® 4G Wireless Broadband Network for Advanced Municipal Services Innovative Smart City project helps local government enhance quality of life for residents, enabling them to be safer, well-informed and consistently connected Washington, D.C., March 29, 2011 — Alvarion Ltd. (NASDAQ: ALVR), the world’s leading provider of 4G networks in the Broadband Wireless Access (BWA) market, today announced the deployment of a 4G municipal network with the City of Houston. The City of Houston’s Smart City project is a prime illustration of    MORE >
 
 
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