WiMAX-4G the Superhighway Just got an HOV Lane - Free Trend-Related Video Content

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WiMAX-4G is making entire cities into wireless hotspots and enabling computer devices, laptops and cellphones to not only be wireless anywhere, but also to download up to 10x faster.

Nextpert News Network is pleased to offer free trend-related video content, the latest news in WiMAX-4G and WiMAX enabled devices. WiMAX is a well established technology providing world class wireless broadband to millions of people. With more than 500 deployments in 147 countries, WiMAX brings a new era in global connectivity – the first wireless broadband technology delivering the world’s fastest mobile network in Tokyo to the first broadband connection in rural India.

In the United States, cities already with WiMAX include Austin, Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Charlotte, Dallas Ft Worth, Honolulu, Houston, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Portland, and Seattle. By end summer it is scheduled to have launched in Jacksonville, Daytona, Kansas City, Nashville, St. Louis, Salt Lake City, Merced, Modesto, Stockton, Visalia, Wilmington, Grand Rapids, Eugene, Yakima, Tri-Cities area, Orlando, Tampa, Florida, Rochester, and Syracuse. While major markets such as Los Angeles, Miami, New York City, Boston, Washington, D.C., Denver, Minneapolis, and the San Francisco Bay Area are on track to become part of the WiMAX roll out by year's end.

Hundreds of WiMAX devices were certified and deployed by service providers in 2009 and hundreds more are expected in 2010 including among them, netbooks, smartphones, and Intel® Core™ processor-based laptops, all with embedded WiMAX. The just-released HTC EVO™ 4G is the world’s first 3G/4G Android handset resulting in an unparalleled platform for wireless entertainment - download music, pictures, files, or videos in seconds – not minutes – and watch streaming video on the go on a network with download speeds that are up to 10 times faster than 3G speeds. Built-in mobile hotspot functionality allows up to eight Wi-Fi-enabled devices, including laptop, camera, music player, video player to enjoy the benefits of 3G/4G speeds on the go.

Streaming videos at the beach or downloading vacation footage from the backseat of a minivan is now possible with true mobile broadband connectivity in CLEAR coverage areas. CLEAR®, a brand of Clearwire Corporation, who, through its operating subsidiaries, is a leading provider of mobile broadband services uses Clearwire's open all-IP network, combined with its significant spectrum holdings, to provide an unprecedented combination of speed and mobility to deliver next generation broadband access. CLEAR®'s 4G network is currently available in areas of the United States where 51 million people live. A detailed map of service availability can be found at http://www.clear.com/coverage.

Laurie Schechter                
Nextpert News Network



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