Kyocera Updates USB Wireless Broadband Modem For IBurst

Posted: Jul 10 2008, 11:04am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:22am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals


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Kyocera has announced an updated wireless USB modem offering iBurst connectivity. The modem allows users to connect it to the USB port of their computer directly or in a cradle with an attached USB cable. The iBurst system is based on IEEE802.20 and the spectrum it uses can have a total of 32 Mbps throughput per base station divided into 24Mbps download and 8Mbps upload.

The system operates on 5MHz of bandwidth and Kyocera says it is economical to roll a complete system out for commercial uses. The modem allows users to move between base stations as they move about the service area without and performance issues.

"Kyocera will offer this new modem to extend the breadth of its iBurst portfolio of connectivity products for laptop and desktop computer users alike," said Mr. Masashi Yano, General Manager of the Corporate Communication System Equipment Division, Kyocera Corporation. "Kyocera is committed to offering iBurst users a broad and flexible array of modem modules, allowing more and more people to enjoy the power of broadband wireless connectivity. We will supply these products to end users through third-party suppliers' incorporating iBurst in products such as Wi-Fi routers and VoIP telephony equipment."

Via Kyocera

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