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Smart meters, flawed implementation

Auditor general's report becomes a lesson on how not to implement a smart meter program

Russian WiMax pioneer Yota had to turn on LTE networks overnight

The carrier was not able to test or optimize its LTE networks before a launch

NewNet sees WiMax opportunities in Canada

A U.S.-based wireless equipment company that bought the WiMax division of Nokia Siemens Networks believes ISPs and utilities will want the technology

Manitoba operator races to open new WiMax coverage

NetSet, a coalition of fixed wireless providers, is pushing to finish expansion of its network to rural communities that don't have broadband yet

Ottawas Eion networks expands wimax lineup

In buying the WiMax division of Aviat Networks, the Canadian company believes it will expand opportunites for its upgrade solution to LTE

Barrett brings WiMax to Ontario

The fixed wireless and satellite carrier has added a second province to its new terrestrial network and plans to keep expanding it this year

IEEE approves next WiMax standard

The 802.16m technology is much faster than current WiMax, but will compete against speedy LTE. The standard is designed to provide speeds of about 100M bps to end users

Barrett keeps its options open for switching to LTE

In choosing its core network equipment provider, the company that will soon launch a fixed wireless WiMax-based service for parts of rural Canada, leaves option to shift to LTE

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