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WiMAX (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) is a telecommunications protocol that provides fixed and fully mobile Internet access. The current WiMAX revision provides up to 40 Mbit/s with the IEEE 802.16m update expected to offer up to 1 Gbit/s fixed speeds. The name “WiMAX” was created by the WiMAX Forum, which was formed in June 2001 to promote conformity and interoperability of the standard. The forum describes WiMAX as “a standards-based technology enabling the delivery of last mile wireless broadband access as an alternative to cable and DSL”. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WiMAX
Clearwire (NASDAQ:CLWR) said it expects to raise over $1.1 billion through new debt offerings, a move that offsets its urgent need for new funding as it continues to build its mobile WiMAX network.
Clearwire said the new debt will come in three separate offerings: one offer of $175 million in first-priority senior secured notes due in 2015, $500 million of second-priority secured notes due in 2017, and $500 million of exchangeable notes due in 2040. Analysts have said that the company likely will need billions more to continue building its network over the next few years.
“This solution appears to be the least attractive of the many that we have considered,” wrote TownHall Investment Research in a note explaining its decision to lower its rating on Clearwire from Buy to Avoid. “With a maximum of less than $2 billion anticipated in this raise, the company remains well short of its longer term funding needs and will likely have to further curtail some of its 2011 build-out plans. Additionally, we believe this approach represents a funding of last resort after the company has been unable to piece together a non-public financing that might have included T-Mobile as a new partner and distributor. With this funding, the company may have done little about investor long-term funding concerns, other than to kick the can down the road.”
The company announced a series of measures last month to conserve cash as it searched for new funding options. Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow said at the time that the company was considering a range of funding options, including new equity funding from existing shareholders as well as non-strategic investors; debt-based financing; or selling spectrum that the company does not need.
Sprint Nextel (NYSE:S), which holds a 54 percent stake in Clearwire, has said it is in negotiations with Clearwire over funding, but has given no indication that more equity financing will be forthcoming. Sprint CEO Dan Hesse stopped short in November of promising more funding, though he did say that Sprint has “historically injected more cash into the company.”
In other Clearwire news, the company said Sprint nominated William Blessing, Mufit Cinali and Hossein Eslambolchi for the three open seats on Clearwire’s board. Blessing is a consultant to Burns & McDonnell where he advises clients on smart grid and telecommunications strategy; Cinali is a managing director with Springwell Capital Partners; and Eslambolchi is a technical advisor to Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) and the University of California School of Engineering.
In late September, Hesse, Steve Elfman, Sprint’s president of network operations and wholesale, and Keith Cowan, Sprints president of strategy and corporate initiatives, resigned from the board. Clearwire said the changes were made out of an “abundance of caution to address questions raised by Clearwire regarding new developments in antitrust law.”
Clearwire also launched a new modem, the “Clear Modem with WiFi,” that supports both WiFi and the company’s WiMAX service. The modem will retail for $120.
Cisco also in the news with their new Modems and At&t See an article here: http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/37788
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Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) will offer no-contract LTE rate plan options in addition to its postpaid LTE pricing, a Verizon spokeswoman confirmed.
DEFINITION OF LTE – LTE (Long Term Evolution) is the project name of a new high performance air interface for cellular mobile communication systems. It is the last step toward the 4th generation (4G) of radio technologies designed to increase the capacity and speed of mobile telephone networks. ..
Verizon spokeswoman Brenda Raney said the carrier’s no-contract LTE service will cost the same as its postpaid offering–the only difference being the cost of the carrier’s LTE devices. The carrier will offer 5 GB of LTE data for $50 per month or 10 GB of data for $80 per month; both options will carry a $10 per GB overage charge. Verizon’s two USB LTE modems–the LG VL600 and Pantech UML290–will cost $99.99 when subscribers sign a two-year contract. They will cost $250 in a month-to-month scenario.
Verizon will launch its commercial LTE service in 38 markets and at more than 60 airports Sunday. The modems also will work on Verizon’s 3G EVDO network.
During a conference call Wednesday to introduce the plans, Verizon Wireless CTO Tony Melone said the company wanted to provide simple data plans to start, but that the pricing plans could change at some point in the future. “As the network evolves, other aspects around our offerings will evolve,” he said.
According to speed tests of the network conducted by PC Magazine, Verizon’s LTE service offered a peak speed of 21 Mbps. At that speed, the publication noted, customers would burn through a 5 GB data allotment in 32 minutes. Verizon has said that its LTE network, even when fully-loaded, will deliver real-world downlink speeds of 5-12 Mbps and uplink speeds of 2-5 Mbps.
How will no-contract pricing affect the cost of mobile phones? Will consumers be forced to use a less superior device, due to price wars and no-contract promotions? The mobile giants, such as T-Mobile, Sprint, At&t and Verizon must continue to increase profits; when you take out the guarantee of a contract, how will these mobile providers make up the difference when offering no-contract plans? If history provides an example of what the future holds then consumers may be feeling the pinch in their pocket books from these new “no-contract” promotions. Im not sure the increased speed of data transfer (Upload/Download) to a mobile device is worth the increased pricing. If you build your E-Commerce business properly to make up for mobile phone browsers and capabilities, clients and end users of your system should be able to retrieve information accurately and quickly. Visit http://www.RealtyGo.co to see an example of the efficient way to integrate mobile into your business, delivering information efficiently!
With increasing broad ban speed and better smartphones available to consumers, will your once unlimited data packages be a thing of the past?
Now Mobile Carriers are offering super-fast Internet connections for cellphones that rival the speeds delivered to desktop computers. As competitors follow suit with their own revved-up networks geared for the Web, consumers can expect a selection of new services – possibly followed with new data plan charges.
For now, consumers can buy flat-rate monthly data plans from most carriers. But Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile are moving toward tiered pricing plans based customer useage. Buffet plans are no longer available to AT&T’s new customers, who must choose from a menu of data services.
“There are a variety of things you can do and a lot is on the table,” said Peter Thonis, a spokesman for Verizon Communications. “You could be charged based on usage or by speed difference, or you could do both. There are no definitive answers here.”
The Federal Communications Commission is launching an effort to prevent mystery fees and confusing increases from appearing on cellphone bills. But the wave of changes is only beginning.
Cisco, which provides routers for wireless networks, is working with corporate clients such as Verizon to create even more options for consumers. Users could opt for “turbo charging” streaming video feeds to their smartphone for an extra fee. Just pay a little more for “gold service” compared with “bronze service” for data packages and speeds, said a Cisco official, who wasn’t authorized to be identified speaking for the company.
Imagine bundles of television channels such as ESPN and Fox delivered on your iPad or other tablet for a few dollars extra. Add a few more dollars and get parental controls to block R-rated movies and World of Warcraft on your teen’s Droid.
As technology advances, so will shall security in all our PDA devices.
See the full article by the Washington Post at http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/11/29/AR2010112905174.html
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T-Mobile partners with WalMart to offer affordable options on Android/Linux “modified version” – based Smart Phones
The LG Optimus T and Motorola Defy Android powered smartphones are available from the nation’s largest retailer for very reasonable upfront costs. Both phones are being tagged as entry level devices to bring customers into the Smartphone era. Smartphones sold at a retailer as large as Walmart should catapult T-Mobile as the leader in retail Smartpnone sales at retail locations. T-Mobile now brings American’s a great value with little up front costs. T-Mobile is gaining some 3800 retail locations, depending on how many actual Walmart locations carry the new Smartphones.
The LG Optimus T, an entry level Android smartphone features a 3.2-Megapixel camera, a 2GB MicroSD Card while running STOCK Android 2.2 (Froyo); available for less that $1 with a new 2-year contract!
We encourage you to check it out, we will see if the new Co-op is a success with the holidays approaching and consumer spending climbing in our slow moving U.S. economy of 2010.
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