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Winchester Electronics Acquires Advance Interconnect and Kings Electronics

<B>Winchester Electronics Corp.</B> announced that it has acquired the assets of <B>Advanced Interconnect Inc.</B>, Franklin, MA, and <B>Kings Electronics Co. Inc.
Winchester Electronics Corp. announced that it has acquired the assets of Advanced Interconnect Inc. , Franklin, MA, and Kings Electronics Co. Inc. , Rock Hill, SC. Terms of the transactions were not disclosed. “This is a significant step forward for Winchester Electronics,” said Michael Driscoll, president and CEO of...
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Murata Electronics: One-stop Shopping for Portable Wireless Designs

2007’s International Microwave Symposium’s (IMS) network friendly atmosphere provides Murata Electronics North America one of the biggest and best forums to showcase our new products and design solutions. IMS’ creative environment gives attendees and exhibitors, like Murata’s RF and Microwave group, the ability to share market successes and challenges...
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Keithley Instruments: Wireless Industry’s Future Holds Significant Testing Challenges

Mark Elo Marketing Director, Wireless Business Keithley Instruments Inc.
The 2007 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium offers Keithley two important opportunities. The first, obviously, is to demonstrate the value of our products to a broad range of industry insiders; the second is to gain insights and knowledge from the experts on the fast-changing technologies on which the industry...
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Foundation Now in Place for WiMAX in Asia/Pacific

Last year was remarkable for the development of WiMAX in the Asia/Pacific region, as a solid foundation was laid by the joint efforts of market regulators, operators and eager equipment vendors, reports In-Stat.
Last year was remarkable for the development of WiMAX in the Asia/Pacific region, as a solid foundation was laid by the joint efforts of market regulators, operators and eager equipment vendors, reports In-Stat. From a lean base of 0.27 million in 2006, total WiMAX subscribers in 16 Asia/Pacific countries...
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Yankee Group Explores WiMAX Progress In China: 2007 to 2011

WiMAX has gained traction globally because of its potential of offering wireless broadband services in fixed, nomadic, portable and mobile operating scenarios and its ability of delivering personal broadband service. WiMAX, particularly mobile WiMAX development, is still in the early stage in China. We don’t anticipate that China will...
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Research and Markets Examines the WiMAX Strategies of the Six Largest Semiconductor Manufacturers

Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c55449 ) has announced the addition of Enabling Wimax Coverage Access Expected To Be the Biggest Challenge for the Emergence of Mobile Wimax in Consumer Electronics Until 2009 to their offering. According to a new report the nascent mobile broadband market is primed for the...
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Sprint Nextel’s Launch Puts the ‘Why?’ in WiMAX

If 2007 is, as some have suggested, the year WiMAX enters the telecom fray for real, then Sprint Nextel is carrying the banner onto the battlefield.
If 2007 is, as some have suggested, the year WiMAX enters the telecom fray for real, then Sprint Nextel is carrying the banner onto the battlefield. With plenty of 2.5 GHz spectrum and the initiative to use it, the carrier could change the telecom landscape. In March, Sprint Nextel...
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Sprint Nextel hedges wireless bets

U.S. carrier is pursuing a twin-pronged broadband wireless strategy — WiMAX and 3G — and a partnership with cable operators.
In March, Sprint Nextel made two simultaneous and — some might argue — contradictory announcements about its broadband wireless strategy. The US carrier underlined its intention to launch WiMAX this year via a thick swathe of 2.5 GHz spectrum it owns — even going so far as to call...
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More Than Hedging Bets

Nokia Siemens Networks Finds Use For Flexi Platform As It Expands To WiMAX
Nokia Siemens Networks didn’t have to look very far—or do much development work—to create a base station platform for the 2.5/3.5 GHz WiMAX radios it will be deploying in 2008 as part of Sprint Nextel’s nationwide WiMAX rollout. Everything the vendor wanted to provide its customers--smaller size, improved power...
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NextWave Acquires IPWireless

Adds Another Piece To Expanding Mobile Broadband Technology Offering
NextWave Wireless will spend up to $135 million to add IPWireless’ TD-CDMA technology to its already packed technology portfolio as yet another piece in a “customer-driven” mobile broadband offering, the company promises. That extra piece, however, might not be so easily digested for a company that has shown a...
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