Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) March 2, 2007
Xchange magazine has just released a new eBook focusing on WiMAX entitled: Shouldering the Weight of WiMAX. Network operators face some heavy lifting when considering WiMAX deployments. This eBook outlines such weighty issues as variable tower costs, the network's ability to support rich media, anticipated CPE pricing, and promising possibilities for FMC.
Download your copy of this eBook at http://www.xchangemag.com/ebooks.
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New WiMAX entrants should consider the complexity of architecting the outside plant when drawing up their market plans, because the tower is chockablock with variable costs and considerations that are critical to any successful service launch, regardless of business model.
Rich Media, More Data -- Can WiMAX Shoulder the Load?
Service providers planning to deploy WiMAX in their networks need to do more than keep a close eye on the evolution of the promising technology. They need to determine how quickly mounting voice, data and video traffic will impact the networks that employ it.
Experts Predict WiMAX CPE Pricing Evolution
While WiMAX is clearly on the fast track to deployment, anticipated pricing for customer premises equipment that supports the promising wireless technology still is coming into focus. Some experts predict prices of CPE equipment increasingly will fall in the coming year, which will boost the proliferation of WiMAX.
FMC: It's in the Air
With WiMAX, the state-of-the-art soon may go beyond the phone call, thanks to 802.16e's non-line-of-site, mobile metro coverage capability and cable/DSL equivalent speeds. Many say WiMAX promises to enable FMC as no other technology has, because of its ability to bring the Internet everywhere it isn't already.
To download a copy of this or any other xchange eBook, visit http://www.xchangemag.com/ebooks.
xchange is a monthly magazine for facilities-based service providers offering voice, data, wireless, IP and content. Its seasoned editorial staff does more than simply report on industry news; they dig beneath the surface to provide analysis on what new equipment, new services, new regulatory activities and other new developments mean to xchange's readers. The publication has a monthly IPTV supplement called On the Tube; an annual print and online buyer's guide; a companion Web site, http://www.xchangemag.com; a weekly newsletter, xchange xtra; and it hosts Webinars on a periodic basis.