WiMAX APAC revenues to hit $5.5B in 2012; Line forms in Manhattan for iPhone 3G

> The Open Base Station Architecture Initiative (OBSAI), an industry forum formed to create a suite of open standards for base stations, announced it has included LTE into its base-station architecture. Article

> WiMAX is expected to gather strong momentum in the Asia-Pacific region with WiMAX services revenues estimated to grow from $58 million in 2007 to $5.46 billion by 2012, according to the latest report by Springboard Research. Article

> Taiwan's National Communications Commission rejected an application by First International Telecom to spin off its WiMAX business to form a new company. Article

And Finally... A line for iPhone 3G has formed already in Manhattan. Article

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