Clearwire Will Stick To WiMax Until 2012 At Earliest

Posted: May 11 2010, 12:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:02pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
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Clearwire recently changed the term of its agreement with Intel, one of its largest backers. The changes in the agreement were to let either party out with only a 30-day notice. The change lead to the rumors circulating that Clearwire might be preparing itself to move to LTE rather than WiMax in the future.

Clearwire will reportedly stick to WiMax until at least 2012 according to its CEO. CEO Bill Morrow said that Clearwire won't be deploying LTE any time soon and that the change in the agreement gives Clearwire better flexibility.

Other new information surfacing from the CEO of the company is that it is interested in making T-Mobile a wholesaler of its WiMax network. This is interesting because Sprint is backing the WiMax network and it and T-Mobile are competitors.

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