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Wednesday, 19 September 2007 19:10

Broadband Wireless net is Wimax

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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IDF 2007: Wimax takes the same mini card


Dadi, the mobile Intel man said that Wimax mini card takes up the same space that Intel needs today for its 802.11n wireless card and it is on time to launch next year.


This is a Montevina thing and it will launch in the middle of the year and so will Wimax. Intel earned a lot of money from wireless and it plans to keep doing that.


It would be cool to see this in the action but we are sure that Intel will again claim it runs 6 times faster than it really does.

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