The second coming of WiMAX: WiMAX 2's future prospects riding on vertical market adoption

Utilities, smart cities and airports hold the key to the future for WiMAX 2, as the technology's supporters strive to position it as a mobile broadband alternative for vertical industries and other niche markets. Backers also contend that high-profile operators may yet embrace WiMAX 2, prompting even wider adoption. Clearly the pressure is on WiMAX 2 to gain traction and prevent WiMAX from becoming a dead-end technology. Special Report

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