SPOTLIGHT: Why WiMax doesn't scare QUALCOMM

After news of rampant WiMax hype, QUALCOMM has piped up in defense of its 3G plans. The company claims WiMax will not prove disruptive because estimated speeds and launch dates for mobile WiMax are mostly acts of "disinformation" from WiMax supporters. The company said the WiMax debate is in need of some real numbers and figures before talk of it being a disruptive technology becomes gospel. Article

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