Telecom players establish WiBro & Mobile WiMAX Community

Wednesday 24 May 2006 | 08:07 CET | News
Telekom Malaysia (TM), Korea's KT, NTT Broadband from Japan, PCCW from Hong Kong, Covad from the US, and seventeen other telecom players from fifteen countries signed a Memorandum of Understanding to establish the WiBro & mobile WiMAX Community (WMC) within six months. The WMC aims to develop relevant business models for WiBro global roaming and wide adoption of the technology, collaborate in interoperability in business aspect, and strengthen service competitiveness through information sharing. A WMC Committee was set up to establish operational rules as well as the full creation of the

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