Bharatbook.com is glad to announce a new report titled “Market Report of WiMax in Asia & Pacific” (http://www.bharatbook.com/reportdetail.asp?id=83649).
This report analyzes the development status quo and development trend of WiMax in Asia & Pacific, including Japan, China, India, Vietnam and so on.
As the America, Europe, and Asia operators’ transition to broadband wireless network, and the fact that Intel has begun to deliver Wi-Fi/WiMAX module applied for PC, most industry insiders estimate that the demand for 802.16e product will grow drastically in 2008. South Korea is a forerunner in Asia WiMAX market, which launched mobile WiMAX-WiBro of Korean edition in 2006. In June 30th 2006, KT and SKT, the two Korean companies, cooperated to launch the first commercial mobile WiMAX network called “WiBro”, which was operated formally and which was the first commercial mobile WiMAX network in the world. There are over 10 Asia-pacific countries which begin to deploy experimental or commercial network. Almost all operators in this region will try to seize the opportunity of WiMAX, and especially those developing countries now have growing interest at WiMAX. Many developing countries regard WiMAX as a cost-saving and effective method to provide broadband service for underdeveloped, rural and remote regions. Asia will soon become an important market for WiMAX.
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