WiMAX Forum announces interoperability and roaming trials; Sequans ships 1M WiMAX chips

> The core network requirements for next-generation Long Term Evolution (LTE) are so demanding that vendors have revamped their products and strategies, said Unstrung. Article

> The WiMAX Forum announced 14 ecosystem leaders are participating in the first ever commercial WiMAX interoperability and roaming trials. Release

> Sequans Communications said it shipped its one millionth WiMAX chip. Release

> Orange, the sole bidder for Jordan's forthcoming 3G license auction has had its application rejected by the regulator, allegedly due to failure to comply with the tender rules. Article

And Finally... ­MIT engineers have built a fast, ultra-broadband, low-power radio chip, modeled on the human inner ear, that could enable wireless devices capable of receiving cell phone, Internet, radio and television signals. Article

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