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TV white space to provide ‘super Wi-Fi’ coverage for rural areas

Federal Government makes unused TV spectrum available to boost rural Internet access

Alcatel-Lucent founds 4G industry group

The ng Connect Program aims to help vendors promote applications and content that can be delivered through Long Term Evolution wireless networking technology. Find out who has signed up

Motorola releases software for network management

Motorola Inc. is helping IT managers and network operators more efficiently and comprehensively manage their networks and devices that sit on them

GSMA chair: WiMAX should be rolled into LTE

At the opening keynote of the 2008 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Rob Conway pitches Long Term Evolution as the standard for the next generation of wireless. Primus Canada responds

Make wireless Internet available to all, urges FCC

U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Kevin Martin wants wireless Internet access to be included in efforts to ensure universal communications for all U.S. residents.

Australia’s Optus launches iBurst mobile broadband

Optus has formed a partnership with wireless Internet group Personal Broadband Australia to provide mobile broadband services to corporate customers. The telco is also in discussions with Unwired Australia. The deal with Personal Broadband Australia allows Optus to provide wireless broadband services to 70 per cent of Australian businesses using iBurst.

Intel’s WiMax chip sets sail

WiMax broadband wireless technology will clear a hurdle Monday as Intel Corp. announces volume shipments of its Rosedale chip for the wireless broadband technology, people familiar with the company's plans said this week.

Telecom poised to modernize in South Africa

Welcome to 2005, the year that telecommunications is finally set to enter the modern era in South Africa. The SNO is almost here, 3G is here, and wireless broadband is here.

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