Wimax to thrive in LTE era -- Pyramid

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Wimax to thrive in LTE era -- Pyramid

Staff writer  |   February 04, 2010
4G Insight Asia
Global Wimax subscribers will grow tenfold to about 53 million by the end of 2014 even as Long Term Evolution dominates 4G network deployments, according to the latest report from Pyramid Research.
The report titled “WiMax and LTE: The Case for 4G Coexistence” finds that Wimax will continue to provide a strong option for certain markets and technologies.
Wimax has begun to carve out a tight niche tied to certain target opportunities, including emerging markets, rural, and underserved areas that lack broadband coverage and businesses.
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