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 Apr 18, 2005 - 01:30 PM - by Michael
* Intel pushing WiMax

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It's difficult tech, but getting better - and the BBC reports that Intel is jumping in on the WiMax bandwagon.

Scott Richardson, general manager of Intel's broadband wireless business, said Wimax equipment was probably still too expensive for wide adoption, but that Intel and networking equipment makers were working to push equipment costs below $200 (?110) from the $300 to $500 level.

"It's our vision and our strategy to really drive that price point down," Mr Richardson said.
If they can do it, it'd be great to see.
 

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