WiMAX Forum

WiMAX Forum

The organization that promotes IEEE 802.16 standards and provides certification for compliant devices. It was founded in 2001. For more information, visit www.wimaxforum.org. See WiMAX.
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An initiative championed by the WiMAX Forum, AeroMACS enables ground-to-aircraft communications to support both current applications and new ones that require more bandwidth.
Clackamas, OR, October 25, 2015 --(PR.com)-- This November, the WiMAX Forum is proud to host another informative seminar, delivering maximum value to the aviation community.
Attendees included repre sentatives from operators Wa teen, China Mobile, Soft Bank, UK Broadband, representatives from the WiMAX Forum, as well as chipset companies.
Declan Byrne, President WiMAX Forum, recently met with the Secretary IT and Member Telecom MoIT on this and both have promised to look into this matter.
Applied Communication Sciences maintains ongoing leadership roles in a wide array of standards development organizations, including: 3GPP, 3GPP2, ATIS, ETSI, IEEE, IETF, ITU-T, NESCO-Smart Grid Security, OMA, Open Geospatial Consortium, OSA/OIDA, SAE Avions System Division, Small Cell Forum, TIA, TM Forum, Utilities Telecom Council and WiMAX Forum. In many cases, multiple company representatives serve on various committees within these organizations.
To boost its deployments in the WiMAX segment, Ho said, the company has also worked with over 20 of WiMAX Forum members, including KDDI and KT, on roaming services in different countries of the world, and will join hands with Taiwanese telecom companies on joint promotions of its WiMAX dual-mode phones in the years to come.
There are now more than 20 million WiMAX subscribers around the world, the WiMAX Forum said today.
The WiMAX Forum President and Chairman, Ron Resnick, also spoke a few words of caution to manufacturers and operators like the DoT secretary before him, and advised them to adopt a very flexible architecture that would enable them to reduce the time to market, and, in the process, create millions of jobs.
Declan Byrne, the marketing director for the WiMAX Forum industry group, says the WiMAX 2 standard, formally known as 802.16m, will be finalized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) this November, with an eye toward certifying devices based on the standard throughout 2011.
Ron Resnick, President & Chairman, WiMAX FORUM - "WIMAX India 2010 will be an excellent venue to interact with all the potential players (service providers and technology providers) in the Wimax domain.