Malaysia's Packet One Networks offers viable case study for WiMAX to TD-LTE conversion

Lynnette LunaMalaysia's Packet One Networks Sdn Bhd may be a model for how WiMAX operators might make the transition to LTE. The operator plans to launch a pilot commercial TD-LTE network by year end and introduce full TD-LTE commercial service to its WiMAX network when TD-LTE devices reach maturity, likely in the second half of 2012. The interesting piece of P1's plan, however, is its plan to use WiMAX to continue its DSL alternative play and TD-LTE to offer a mobile broadband service. Check out the rest of the story in my newest report. --Lynnette

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