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broadband

A transmission method for high-capacity data (e.g., video) requiring massive bandwidth, which is commonly carried by fibre-optic or coaxial cable, and is capable of transmitting > 1 million data bits/second.
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However, in emerging undeveloped markets, much larger deployments are expected because wireless broadband could well be the only option available.
This report provides information on the latest developments and trends for wireless broadband, including statistics and forecasts for WiFi and WiMAX.
The company specializes in providing wireless broadband product and service solutions to enterprise, commercial and residential clients on a regional and national basis.
To make wireless broadband an accepted and trusted option for tens of thousands of customers, providers like Unwired Australia must be able to consistently deliver high-quality service," said Rami Hadar, president and CEO of Allot Communications.
We appreciate Unwired's continued confidence in Allot solutions and we look forward to helping it advance its deployment of wireless broadband in Melbourne, as we did in Sydney," added Hadar.
The size of this investment from Intel Capital underscores our commitment to supporting wireless broadband using WiMAX networks in the United States," said Intel Capital President Arvind Sodhani.
As part of the transaction, Motorola will acquire Clearwire's subsidiary NextNet Wireless, one of the industry's leading fixed and portable NLOS wireless broadband equipment suppliers, for an undisclosed amount.
Our high-capacity wireless broadband and unparalleled customer service is an award-winning combination.
In addition to serving high-profile awards shows and television productions in the greater Los Angeles area, NextWeb also provides wireless broadband connectivity to over 3000 small and medium businesses who appreciate the value and flexibility of wireless broadband.
We are extremely pleased to be working with an innovative service provider, such as Unwired, to bring wireless broadband services to Australian consumers and businesses.

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