What is WiMax, and why you should care

Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 16, 2006 - 12:19 PM |
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Techware Labs takes the time to explain what WiMax is, and why it is slowly taking over wireles data transfer from WiFi.  Then keep reading, because there are a plethora of links today.

"WiMax is new wireless networking standard that will provide non-line of sight wireless coverage

up to 30 miles. This article explains how this new technology affects other wireless technologies

like cellular phones and WiFI. "


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