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Wimax (worldwide interoperability for microwave access) provides transmission of data wirelessly through several transmission modes from point to multipoint links to portable and mobile internet access. Wimax has the potential to replace dsl and cable internet connection just as how land line phone services are now being replaced by cellular phone services. Wimax is a technology based on IEEE 802.16 ( broadband wireless access) delivering up to 10 mbps broadband speed and because of this bandwidth range it makes it feasible for the following solutions:

  • no installation and no phone line needed.
  • Just plug and surf, keep any existing router and home network hardware.
  • Providing portable connectivity.
  • Compatible with both PC or MAC operating systems.
  • Speeds are 4x faster than 3G
  • Connecting Wi-Fi hotspots to the Internet.
  • Wireless download speeds average between 3-6 Mbps.
  • Providing a source of Internet connectivity as part of a business continuity plan. That is, if a business has both a fixed and a wireless Internet connection, especially from unrelated providers, it is less likely to be affected by the same service outage.
  • Wireless internet speeds as fast as you'd get with a standard home broadband connection.
  • Providing telecommunications, data and IPTV services (triple play).
  • Providing a wireless alternative to cable and DSL for broadband access.

WiMAX operates similar to WiFi but at higher speeds, over greater distances and for a greater number of users. You can stream live videos, download music, video chat and more - on the go. WiMAX has the potential to erase the suburban and rural blackout areas that presently have no broadband high speed internet access because telephone and cable companies do not have adequate wiring to those remote locations. Put a data card in your computer's USB drive, another in your laptop, and sync your cellular phone to it for fast internet - all in one plan. This will result in competition thus bringing lower pricing for both residential and commercial customers and provide broadband access to places where it has been unavailable due to economics. The subscriber units come in both indoor and outdoor systems from several companies and the self install indoor units are convenient but because of radio losses, the subscriber must be significantly closer to the WiMAX base station than the external units. The indoor installed units cost more and require a much bigger infrastructure investment and operational cost due to the high number of base stations required to cover a certain area. You can even bundle in your VoIP (local and long distance phone service), all for under $55 combined. Check out business wireless internet services, wimax for more information.

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