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Xohm

A high-speed, wireless network for Internet access from Sprint Nextel that debuted in Baltimore in 2008. Using the WiMAX transmission technology, Xohm (pronounced "zome") was the first IEEE 802.16 deployment in the U.S. to compete with cable, DSL and cellular providers. With investments from Google, Intel, Comcast and Time Warner, Xohm merged with Clearwire in 2008 and switched its branding to CLEAR. See Clearwire, 802.16 and WiMAX.
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Intertextually, one can recognize an allusion to Appolinaire's enigmatic verse "Soleil cou coupe" (in Zome).
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The name originates from "Zome zome," which means "Stop flowing," a phrase Hagar used repeatedly to stop the water.