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This is ARMless: Nokia & Intel

In case you missed it yesterday, the great news was that Intel and Nokia started up their working together again.Why do I like this?  While I covet an N97 (or even a refurbished N95), my favorite Nokia device was the...

4Gee - What happened to Nortel?

The road ahead is not as clear cut as people would like to make it.  Case in point is Nortel.  The 3GPP type assets were sold to Nokia Siemens Networks.Previously the WiMAX side of the shop was scuttled.So what does...

Alvarion Open Range Interview.

AlvarionOpenRange.mp3  Greg Daily, President of Alvarion, Inc and Ashish Sharma talk to me about the significance of the win with Open Range.Open Range intends to serve over 6 M in 17 states in the US.  This discussion looks at what...

India - Tech Centers and guess what #1 Trend they want

Mobile Apps!Looking at the Times of India (a good place to read to get away from the skew of US politics but perhaps hard for those who are used to a more US centric view).  One of the lead articles...

Introducing the 'Clearwire NTK' Research Series -- Deep Insight for Less Than $5

Welcome to the June, 2009 installment of our "Clearwire Need To Know," or Clearwire NTK, Research Series. The NTK Series provides quarterly updates on all things related to Clearwire Corp.'s nascent WiMax services, including market launches, pricing schemes, WiMax device...

Dear Clearwire, Reach me @home.

Sitting here wanting to participate in the WiMAX testing and using the Palm Pre, I need a WiMAX home device to backhaul to Clearwire.If they were to do this and I think it would also enable them to trend spot...

Cisco 4G is about Video

I had a talk with Kittur Nagesh Director Marketing at Cisco Systems about the Clearwire Cisco announcement.  It was an interesting discussion that was not specifically about the Navini product line within Cisco but the overall ability to contribute to...

Anton Wahlman Guest Blog on the Palm Pre

I played with the Palm Pre for a few hours today, at two different Sprint Stores.  My review below is not a comprehensive review (go to www.engadget.com and equivalent for that), but it does point out my observations and comparisons....

Loosening the Focus - MiMO Channel Emulation

A few years back the dial up experience of the Internet made application delivery a troublesome experience.  Today with relatively small throughput in the way of access pipes, people have found applications relatively easy to get to without knowledge...

Cisco Delivers WiMAX Wake-Up Call With Clearwire Deal

After Cisco bought WiMax radio supplier Navini in October 2007, industry watchers have waited and wondered why the biggest networking vendor wasn't doing more with WiMax in the U.S. market. Now after Wednesday's announcement of a multi-year deal between Cisco...

Pareto Principle: Alvarion does not need Nortel

Am I reading this right?  Nortel contributed about 10% of the WiMAX sales?On a pareto principle view point, this was a good move for Nortel, and not much of a problem for Alvarion.Should be fun part of the discusssion during...

The Emphasis on the Wrong Syllable Bankrupt Nortel sheds WiMAX

I don't think this would be a sign of WiMAX's apocalypse. I instead see this as a prudent move on Nortel's part to emphasis the pieces of the solutions they own.

Day 3: The Application Imperative

Day 3:  The Applications ImperativeI have heard it said that the message is the media!  So it's fitting that we will look into the importance of video to kick off the final day of the 4GWE Conference.  "TV Dichotomy, Over...

Day 1: 4GWE Preview

Next week at this time, the discussions will be about the future of policy and protocols in wireless communications.Here is a preview of Monday's sessionsFanny Mlinarsky and Brough Turner will start our morning off with a historical discussion about the...

A Billion Here, a Billion there...

A billion here, a billion there, and pretty soon you're talking about real money. Attributed to Senator Dirksen  is a great quote for today now that we know that Microsoft has pulled out its investment in Comcast which has yielded...

WhiteSpace LandGrab

When Google's Rick Whitt said that Whitespace is "WiFi on steroids" he may have been more prophetic than he realized. Following the FCC's approval of the use of Whitespace,  the debate over what standards should be developed and applied to...

Clearwire Prepping Portable WiMax/Wi-Fi Router

Out of last week's launch of WiMax services in Portland, Ore., one of the more intriguing devices coming from Clearwire is a portable WiMax/Wi-Fi router for creation of instant hotspots on the go.The prototype pictured below is a ginned-up version...

Waxing, Waning, WiMAX

Rich has a great post on his blog about the Nokia 800 and it's WiMAX sister the 810.  These tablets were great little devices, and it's a shame that Nokia has moved away from the 810, but does that mean...

Nokia Kills Production of WIMAX Device

It appears that Nokia has ended production of its only mobile device it had designed for WiMAX. According to an item on ARS Technica, one possibility for Nokia canceling its N810 WiMAX Edition Tablet is that "WiMAX's current coverage area is...

What does it say about Patents

My sense is that Adaptix has put itself in play with this patent lawsuit.

Is Evolution just a slower form of Revolution?

Today's Wall Street Journal warns about the issues facing Clearwire in building out there nationwide network.  The question of their readily available of $3.2B capital and whether they will need to put in two or three more times that to...

Verizon Ups the Ante and then Blinks

Last week the news was all about Clearwire and the $3.2B spend on WiMAX with perhaps some LTE in the future, this week Verizon trumped the spend with over $9B being spent to accelerate their LTE rollout to some area...

Consumer Guide to WiMax: Now Free!

Want a detailed explanation of the recent launch of WiMax services in Baltimore, and how WiMax's combination of speed, mobility, and innovative pricing might satisfy the growing consumer demand for an always-on Internet experience? Then download the Sidecut Reports Consumer...

Clearwire's Wolff: 'Full Speed Ahead' with WiMax

Despite what you may have read, heard or thought, there is no chance of Clearwire Corp. (NASDAQ: CLWRD) abandoning WiMax technology anytime soon. Though Clearwire CEO Ben Wolff did talk Monday about the possibility of adding support for Long Term...

Feedback from Friends LTE Advanced vs WiMAX

A recent conversation with a Sprint/Clearwire friend, and confirmed 4GWE (http://www.4gwe.com/) speaker, led to a discussion of the role of the wireless device in the 4G network of the future. His take on this was fairly straightforward - service for...
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