Clearwire Gets Paid To Go WiMax

Think these things are related? Intel decides to invest in Craig McCaw's Clearwire "me too" wireless broadband offering, and NextNet, McCaw's equipment supplier agrees to use Intel's WiMax chips, when available. Some may consider it jumpstarting the market, but others may wonder what the market really looks like when a company like Intel has to pay another company to buy its own chips.

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    Ronald bwary, Oct 25th, 2004 @ 12:57pm

    New biz

    ((((WIMAX)))) I have licenes for wireless internet provider (outdoor) What you have Good Solution send for me to contact with you ... c . u best regards Ronald Wireless Internet Service Provider Co. Beiruth - Lebanon

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