WiMAX 2 Gets Boost from Industry Leaders

New 4G technology will deliver peak data rates of 300Mbps, greater VoIP capacity.

 By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Apr 14, 2010
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"Silicon suppliers, equipment makers and research organizations have announced a new initiative to accelerate interoperability of WiMAX 2, based upon the IEEE 802.16m standard. 802.16m builds upon 802.16e by adding new capabilities while maintaining backward compatibility," writes TG Daily's Emory Kale.

"It meets the International Telecommunications Union requirements for 4G or “IMT-Advanced,” delivering higher system capacity – peak rates of more than 300 Mbps – lower latency and increased VoIP capacity," Kale writes.

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Intel, Samsung, and Motorola lead Wimax 2 charge

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