San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 18, 2006
Over a quarter of the US population live in rural areas and over half of America has no access to IPTV ( http://iptv-coverage.com ) DSL or Broadband Cable Service in spite of living in urban communities. Wimax wireless internet is making telecommuting, rural business development, and global reach to these communities now.
Due to Wimax ISP Groups like http://www.wimax-coverage.com as well as protocols such as EVDO, HSDPA, OFDM, and UMTS, roughly twice the households of the 295,000,000 USA population can now have more than AOL dial up service. That means that nearly all of the American population can now have access to broadband wireless internet service according to Nielsen 2/5 research.
According to Jupiter Research, this doubling will only take about four years around the world. In the US, doubling the number of broadband users more rapidly, gives Americans a major financial advantage in the global market.
Italy, Finland, Korea, Japan, and Sweden already have a high telecommuting population enabled by broadband access at home. In America, doubling broadband access means that businesses can expand into suburban areas and rural communities. Mothers can telecommute. Freeway traffic and air polution can be minimized. And Americans can once again have a globally competitive edge.
Giving America a globally competitive edge depends largely upon the rapid deployment and installation of WIMAX Wireless Internet and competing technologies such at EVDO and HSDPA. The greater broadband access to information and interactivity suburban/rural America has, the more empowered Americans will be. According to http://wireless-internet-coverage.com , "since America already has a long history of free speach, the freedom of information act, and liberal corporate giants like Yahoo and Google, America is in a niche for rapidly educating and competing in the world stage. The last mile is getting broadband wireless internet access to the other half of the USA.
Traditionally, WISP (wireless internet service provider) Firms have been using high power wifi 802.11 p2p systems to beam wifi from one building to another user in another building. Wimax technology pioneered by Intel, Qualcomm, Sprint, Motorola, and the iEEE, exponentially increases the wireless range over which a WISP can deliver internet service.
Stationary Wimax Wireless Internet can reach 5.0mbps and is available through http://wimax-coverage.com while Mobile EVDO Wireless Internet and HSDPA are available through http://evdo-coverage.com and http://hsdpa-coverage.com respectively. A global WISP Google Map is available at http://evdo-coverage.com/wireless-internet.html for those outside of WIMAX coverage areas.