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WiMAX to constitute a major share of wireless broadband market

By James Marriot

WiMAX is all set to hit the fixed access market for the time being whereas the basic & full mobility WiMAX is the goal for the year 2010. The kind of enthusiasm that WiMAX has instilled amongst the businesses as well as individuals isn't just for the wired version of the technology; Wireless WiMAX is where most of the silicon and large-scale equipment makers seem to be more interested in investing.

Setting up a broadband connection through Digital Subscriber Line or DSL includes heavy installation charges. WiMAX, on the other hand, is a comparatively less expensive alternative to DSL, as it doesn't require any modem or cables to get a WiMAX connection. The maintenance cost is also reduced with WiMAX connection.

As per the market research report titled "WiMAX Market Forecast (2006-2010)" published by RNCOS, it is predicted that the "WiMAX and other emerging high-speed wireless technologies will capture more than 42% of the wireless broadband business over the next few years, whilst 3G will have to content with less than 59% of the market in 2009."

The report covers every significant aspect of WiMAX technology such as the latest WiMAX market trends, the standards followed, the spectrum allocations and its functioning & implementation etc. The report also covers various benefits of WiMAX technology such as performance, coverage and so on.

Discussing the future market scope for WiMAX, the report estimates "The comparatively better performance and flexibility of WiMAX will enable this technology to takeover the high-speed wireless segment in the next 3 years. Though 3G will be important for its mobility, WiMAX will directly compete with DSL."

The report suggests that approximately half of the world consumer market will be captured by Wireless Networking standard 802.11n in the next 2-3 years. According to the report, WiMAX will be the most popular standard in the coming years.

For all those tech savvy guys out there the report offers a complete overview of the latest technology known as WiMAX. The report talks about several applications of this technology. Besides discussing the various facets of WiMAX, the report also provides a list of the technologies that pose challenge to WiMAX.

WiMAX being the center of attention for all, it's a true challenge for the observers to mark a difference between the myths & facts associated with this technology. The report provides with important topics such as the difference between fixed & mobile WiMAX while also discusses the availability and timing, spectrum challenges and the global approach of WiMAX.

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