Innovative WiMAX network in Silicon Valley

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Clearwire Corp. is planning to create an innovative network of WiMAX in the heart of Silicon Valley, where the concentrated resources of the leading information technology companies. In the first phase of the network will be deployed over an area exceeding 50 square meters. km. It will offer 4G wireless services based in Silicon Valley the leading IT companies, including Google and Intel, and a number of educational institutions. Cisco will provide the backbone for the network infrastructure of IP NGN. It is anticipated that in the summer of 2009, the new network will benefit the developers of applications that will allow the operator to gain sufficient experience to the next, 2010, to introduce commercial WiMAX services in the area of the San Francisco Bay. Within one year of the new network will be free to provide WiMAX services to a limited group of developers.

Clearwire is building a mobile WiMAX network, not only in the vicinity of the San Francisco Bay. During 2010, the company intends to offer mobile Internet access CLEAR 4G more than 120 million residents of 80 U.S. cities, including Atlanta, Las Vegas, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, Honolulu, Philadelphia and Seattle.