Report: BSNL set to announce WiMAX vendors

India's Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. (BSNL) will reportedly announce the winners of a WiMAX tender this week. BSNL is planning a nationwide rollout of WiMAX, investing more than $1 billion in the project.

According to the Business Standard, three vendors--Huawei, Telsima and Alvarion--have quoted the lowest prices while ZTE and Alcatel-Lucent have also placed bids. BSNL has already launched WiMAX in Gujarat using equipment from Soma Networks.

For more:
- see the Business Standard

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