WiMAX Technology

Posted on 25th Jul 2011 @ 1:32 AM

WiMAX Technology

WiMAX is the next-generation of wireless technology designed to enable pervasive, high-speed mobile Internet access to the widest array of devices including notebook PCs, handsets, smartphones, and consumer electronics such as gaming devices, cameras, camcorders, music players, and more. As the fourth generation (4G) of wireless technology, WiMAX delivers low-cost, open networks and is the first all IP mobile Internet solution enabling efficient and scalable networks for data, video, and voice. As a major driver in the support and development of WiMAX, Intel has designed embedded WiMAX solutions for a variety of mobile devices supporting the future of high-speed broadband on-the-go.

Driving standards and global networks for WiMAX
WiMAX: Connect in more places, more often
Connecting laptops of the future with WiMAX

Driving standards and global networks for WiMAX

Laying the foundation for broad, cost-effective deployments, Intel is working to easily integrate Intel® WiMAX technology into complex designs and global networks, providing a standards-based foundation for ongoing product innovation.

WiMAX: Connect in more places, more often

Built for the future, Intel® WiMAX technology will allow you to connect in more places, more often, without being restricted to hotspots. When built into notebooks and mobile devices, you'll be able to extend your connected experience beyond Wi-Fi.

Connecting notebooks of the future with WiMAX

Intel is providing advancements in wireless mobile technology for the future of notebooks and a wide range of consumer devices. Intel® Centrino® wireless products provide great coverage and reliable connectivity while consuming minimal power.