Time Warner Cable launched its mobile WiMAX service in Dallas and North Carolina yesterday over Clearwire's 4G network.
Clearwire began wrapping up its plans to cover 30 million people by the end of the year with the launch of its mobile WiMAX network in Seattle.
WiMAX technology accounts for more than 25 percent of last-mile broadband deployment grant applications filed with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and the Rural Utilities Service (RUS).
Clearwire has secured an additional $920 million in debt financing, bringing its total fundraising efforts to $2.8 billion in debt and equity.
As the government prepares to disburse $7.2 billion in broadband stimulus funds, reports differ as to how much impact the money will have.
With smartphones and other mobile devices becoming increasingly sophisticated, it's about time the mobile networks that support these advanced applications evolved as well.
Samsung Electronics is racking up more mobile WiMAX contracts. The company on Wednesday announced it won additional supply contracts from UQ Communications in Japan.
Samsung Electronics has signed a $1.3 billion licensing agreement with Qualcomm...
As promised, mobile WiMAX is now available in Chicago through Sprint and Clearwire.
The decision by the NTIA to delay the payout of the first broadband stimulus grants until December came as bad news for rural WiMAX providers counting on the funds.
Samsung’s Mondi, recently brought to the United States via Clear’s WiMAX launch in Las Vegas, is one of the few 4G-enabled handheld devices on the market.
While Verizon Wireless and AT&T are busy with their plans for LTE, the WiMAX Forum likes to point out that WiMAX is a reality around the globe. “One of the strengths of WiMAX is that deployment has been happening
WiMAX is here to stay, or so says Bruce Brda, senior vice president and general manager of the wireless networks business at Motorola. Brda gave a thoughtful keynote today at 4G World about what the LTE WiMAX relationship will
Open, open, open. That was the call from Bill Morrow, CEO of Clearwire, in a second-day keynote at 4G World.
It’s a side of the industry you don’t hear about often the small, mom and pop shops that are to the wireless industry what covered wagons were to the American West. For these operators – thousands of whom have
Leaders in the GSM community are quick to remind everyone that 3G still has legs – lots of them.
Motorola's Bruce Brda talks about the struggling company's 4G efforts.
Clearwire is extending its reach outside U.S. borders through an agreement with WiMAX operators UQ Communications of Japan (UQ) and Yota of Russia.
Scott Richardson and David Sach are leaving mobile WiMAX provider Clearwire, the company announced today.
Via Licensing has issued a patent call for a new WLAN standard that is able to support streaming high-definition video.
The economy doesn’t appear to be hurting ZTE too much, thanks in part to business in China. The Chinese vendor reports its net profit in the first half of the year was up 40.5 percent over last year.
Vendors and service providers are busy putting the final touches on their applications for broadband stimulus funds
Shares of Clearwire sank Wednesday as an analyst downgraded the wireless broadband service provider
Despite a slowdown in its second-quarter subscriber growth, Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow expects business to pick up in the fourth quarter.