They also see the alliance as an education tool, which effectively means a marketing tool that they can use as a “central resource” for WiMAX-related patents. They claim that many other companies are ready to jump on board with the alliance in the near future. You can read more in the Intel press release. For all its supposed benefits, WiMAX has yet to gain any real ground in the U.S. Overseas, it has fared better, but still faces serious growing pains. The promises that WiMAX vendors offer often fall short of reality.
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