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Devices play an essential role in defining the operator’s brand, and in attracting and keeping customers. In the cellular world, operators leverage devices to keep control over subscribers and, at the same time, as the main channel to the subscribers, have used their power to steer product development of vendors to fit their own preferences.

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As the deadline for broadband stimulus grant applications approaches (August 14th), wireless and wireline operators are evaluating whether to apply or not. One consideration is whether they can meet the deadline—will they have a sustainable plan that they feel comfortable with?

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Wireless broadband networks in public transportation have been lagging behind in the US compared to Western Europe or Asia Pacific regions. Over the last year, however, we have noticed a sharp change in attitudes, with virtually all public transit operators actively engaged in some plan, trial or initial rollout of wireless broadband technologies, and, notably, with a new sense of urgency.

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You can now register for a webinar on mobile application in the public transportation sector on July 21, at 11:00am EDT.

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Emerging markets are not just a major driver for WiMAX these days. Increasingly, they are moving away from duplicating models that dominate in developed countries (and that many WiMAX operators there follow as well) to create truly innovative models, that are based on the specific dynamics of the markets where they operate.

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Along with its subscriber numbers, Yota disclosed some interesting data on their subscribers’ usage profiles. Within three months, the operator has noticed a rapid shift towards mobility.

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Some of the most interesting success stories of WiMAX involve vertical applications. In this presentation we discuss how WiMAX can bring wireless broadband to the public transportation sector. The technology is there–the key challenges now are finding the right business model, the right set of partners, the right applications.

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Wireless broadband on trains, buses and planes has moved beyond the pilot phase to full rollouts. There is no longer the need for proof-of-concept trials, but questions about what is the best business model, how much bandwidth is needed, and what are the best technologies to support train applications are still open.

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While working recently on a paper on WiMAX healthcare applications in developing countries, one of the key questions faced was whether wireless and wireless broadband in particular can truly help rural and underserved communities – where people may subsist on less than a dollar a day, houses have no running water or electricity, and kids only have access to the most basic education.

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