To remain competitive, service providers must develop a wireless strategy that coordinates offerings and networks between their wireline and wireless broadband infrastructures. Advances in fixed wireless broadband standards have enabled service providers to extend the reach and speed of their high-speed services. In addition, the deployment of mobile broadband solutions such as 3G is inaugurating a new era in communications. This report presents today's most viable broadband business models and market strategies, highlighting ways to retain customers while increasing profitability. Authored by professionals currently at work in the industry, this report offers a knowledgeable and in-depth examination of 802.16x (WiMAX) and 802.20; 802.11x (Wi-Fi) networks and WLANs; mobility, portability, and fixed services integration; and integrated wireless/wireline service offerings.Up until wireless broadband, users had to have their Internet backbone pipe in via cables, using technologies such a: DSL or ... Furthermore, potential customers in rural areas have had similar problems getting broadband Internet access.
|Title||:||Broadband Wireless and WiMAX|
|Author||:||International Engineering Consortium|
|Publisher||:||Intl. Engineering Consortiu - 2005-09-01|