SPOTLIGHT: WiMax certification: The evolution

Remember that Remington electric shaver commercial: "I liked it so much, I bought the company?" Well, this is not quite the same, but close. Monica Paolini, the president of Sammamish, WA-based firm Senza Fili Consulting (what a beautiful name: Senza fili means "wireless" in Italian) was writing a large report on WiMax when she discovered that most of the people she spoke to had different perceptions of the WiMax certification process. "The information is out there, but it's a little scattered," she said. "So I thought it would be useful to put it all together." Indeed, it is: The paper, titled "The Evolution of WiMax Certification," is available for download at the Senza Fili Web site.

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