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4G World: Beceem numbers show WiMax devices coming in volumes 

Beceem sold 1 million WiMax chips and Q3 and expects another 1 million in Q4...

4G World: Sprint exec on why it chose not to tackle 4G alone 

At his keynote at 4G World in Chicago, Sprint (NYSE:S) president of strategic planning, corporate initiatives and CDMA Keith Cowan tried to shed some light on why Sprint chose to partner with Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) and a myriad of others for 4G...

4G World: Motorola’s Brda says LTE won’t kill WiMax 

This year’s Yankee Group 4G World is all-inclusive of 4G technologies WiMax and long-term evolution (LTE), but whether the two can co-exist has long been a topic of debate – one that is largely irrelevant, according to Motorola (NYSE:MOT)...

4G World: Clearwire CEO describes the future WiMax smartphone 

New Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) CEO Bill Morrow believes the iPhone is on the wrong network. Though the iconic Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) device has been enormously successful on AT&T’s (NYSE:T)...

4G World: Qwest investing in fiber to cell site 

Using its residential fiber-to-the-node network as a springboard, Qwest is launching a major initiative to offer high-capacity Ethernet to wireless operators within its territory...

4G World: MetroPCS to transfer cord-cutter strategy to 4G 

MetroPCS (NYSE:PCS) has apparently been so successful in its pursuit of ‘cord-cutters’ for its wireless voice service, it plans to take the same approach to 4G data. When it launches it long-term evolution (LTE) network in late 2010...

4G World: AT&T says HSPA+ is off the table for now 

Architecture and planning VP Kris Rinne says AT&T’s future infrastructure plans focus on LTE...

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