NextWave re-organizes business

NextWave Wireless has re-organized its business, folding its plethora of acquisitions into two business units, one focused on mobile infrastructure and the other on devices.

NextWave will combine its PacketVideo business, which makes software for multimedia phones, with its semiconductor business, which is primarily focused on producing WiMAX chips. The infrastructure division will include TD-CDMA vendor IPWireless and WiFi vendor Go Networks.

NextWave has a mission of making spectrum available to companies that want to enter the mobile broadband space and use its products and technologies, including WiMAX and TD-CDMA.

To read more about NextWave's re-organization:
- take a look at this article from Telephony Magazine

Related articles:
NextWave, Huawei trial mobile WiMax Report 
NextWave bolts Japan after one month Report

Suggested Articles

A key focus for Cambium’s product launch is removing the silo between fixed wireless and Wi-Fi technologies.

Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile are each telling the FCC to ignore a call from Charter to change rules for the C-band in order to protect CBRS users.

Ericsson can thank Kathrein for some of its innovations in the mid-band 5G antenna space, including the Hybrid AIR and Interleaved AIR solutions.