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Beceem Communications, a provider of mobile WiMAX chips, announced that its high performance chipset is helping to power devices for use with the new Clear™ 4G mobile WiMAX service, offered by Clearwire in Portland, OR. With Clear, consumers and businesses can access the Internet wirelessly, at true broadband speeds – at home, in the office or on the go.
“With the Clear service in Portland now live, Mobile WiMAX is making a strong case for the readiness of 4G services and devices,” said Monica Paolini, CEO of the Senza Fili Consulting firm. “In bringing Mobile WiMAX to market, both Clearwire and Beceem have taken a leadership position that sets the stage for rapid growth of the 4G ecosystem.”
“Beceem’s innovative chips coupled with our Clear mobile WiMAX service will give consumers and businesses the ability to stay connected, at true broadband speeds whether at home or on the go,” said Scott Richardson, chief strategy officer of Clearwire. “We appreciate Beceem’s commitment to and expertise in mobile WiMAX, which supports Clearwire’s objective to provide an indispensible service that’s designed to improve our customers’ productivity and make their lives more enjoyable, wherever they happen to be in our coverage area.”
The collaboration between Clearwire and Beceem served to optimize the mobile WiMAX network performance for the Clear USB modem and the Clear residential modem, both manufactured by Motorola.
“The Clear network launch was a key event for the mobile WiMAX industry, and optimal performance from day one was critical,” said Babu Mandava, CEO of Beceem. “Working with the leaders in mobile WiMAX technology has enabled Beceem to deliver unmatched peak and hand-off performance required by mobile operators during their deployment and launch phase.”
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