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US-based telecom company Sprint Nextel has officially launched XOHM mobile broadband commercial service in Baltimore. According to the company, XOHM WiMAX will extend the home or office internet experience and mobile multimedia applications to other places and additional devices.
Sprint is set to launch its wireless WiMax mobile data network as a test case in Baltimore, the company said. The system, designed for laptops and home computers, requires an access card but has the potential to turn entire cities and even countries into "hot spots," USA Today reported.
A next-generation 4G wireless network based on mobile WiMAX technology debuted today in Baltimore, heralding the start of a new era for wireless consumers as Sprint (NYSE: S) officially launched XOHM(TM) mobile broadband commercial service in the first major U.S. city.
By Leslie Cauley Today, Sprint will launch wireless WiMax services in Baltimore, marking the beginning of what could become a new era in mobile broadband.
Ciena(R) Corporation (NASDAQ:CIEN), the network specialist, today announced that Sprint (NYSE: S) has selected Ciena's Carrier Ethernet platforms as one of the backhaul solutions for the operator's 4G WiMAX network for XOHM(TM) wide area mobile broadband services.
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill., Sept. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Motorola, Inc.
Today, Topix (www.topix.com), the largest news community on the web, announced several agreements to distribute local news, sports and real estate content feeds to partner sites.
Eventful, the leading service for discovering, sharing, creating and promoting local events, today announced partnerships with three leading mobile application providers that are developing location-based service offerings leveraging Eventful's microtargeted event data.
By Ryan, Jim T REGION Technology, such as the various Internetequipped wireless phones and personal digital assistants, gets better all the time. To keep up, telecommunication companies need to upgrade their wireless networks often.
Intel's investment arm Intel Capital has invested in data network services provider Aicent to accelerate its 3G and 4G global data roaming initiatives and WiMAX deployment.