Clearwire: Clearing the Decks for LTE?

They say it, and we believe it: Right now, for the foreseeable future, Clearwire Corp. (Nasdaq: CLWR) is a WiMAX company, selling a WiMAX-based 4G service that by all accounts is doing quite well. But the company’s potential to add Long Term Evolution (LTE) services to its portfolio increased in probability Wednesday, with the revelation of […]

Muniwireless looking for contributors

I am looking for people to contribute articles to MuniWireless about: – ongoing citywide WiFi projects or large WiFi hotzones – use of wireless (WiFi, WiMAX, 3G or LTE) in smart grid projects, AMR/AMI, public safety and other municipal applications – convergence of WiFi, WiMAX, 3G, LTE – business models for deploying and running large […]

LTE: not ready for prime time in the US

LAS VEGAS, NEV. — CTIA — Even though its proponents are confident that Long Term Evolution (LTE) services will appear in the U.S. before the end of the year, a quick look around the show floor here at CTIA saw a technology that is still far from being ready for prime-time commercial use. Tony Melone […]

Verizon says no to Clearwire proposal to merge WiMAX, LTE

LAS VEGAS, NEV. — CTIA — Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow used a keynote appearance here Wednesday to extend a sort of olive branch to proponents of competing 4G radio technologies, saying that the industry and end-users would be better off if somehow WiMAX and LTE could merge together to produce a single standard sometime in […]

Clearwire’s Morrow: Let’s merge WiMAX, LTE

LAS VEGAS, NEV. — CTIA — Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow used a keynote appearance here Wednesday to extend a sort of olive branch to proponents of competing 4G radio technologies, saying that the industry and end-users would be better off if somehow WiMAX and LTE could merge together to produce a single standard sometime in […]