What we found is a network that shows tremendous promise and a lot of 24x7 engineering over a number of years to get WiMAX even to this stage of a rollout—where it's available by one company in one city, with the rest of the U.S. looking on from a distance. Given that as recently as a year ago there were conversations throughout the IT industry questioning whether WiMAX would even make it to this point, XOHM's network shows that talk was just a lot of hot air. WiMAX works, works nicely, and you'll be hearing more and more about it as rollouts in other metro areas take place
Hey youbegone, thanks for the post :) Just like you think there is just one short on this board, I am starting to wonder if all the pumpers like netfuxor, justkeeppushin, wise4u and actually all YOU! hahahahaha
Oh, might as well throw in teamrep, since you also think I'm that poster??? In any case shorts can't stop Clearwire from taking off in 2009. On the other hand maybe Verizon will lay off 12,000 employees next week, just like AT&T did? Last I heard Clearwire was hiring all over the country.
They might even hire you great_idiot. Every company needs a good rest room attendant.