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ITU Rules That WiMax, LTE Don’t Qualify As 4G

October 23rd, 2010 10:32 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

GMGruman writes “It’s official: All those ads and vendor claims about 4G services being offered today or being right around the corner are fiction. The international standards body ITU has ruled that Clearwire’s WiMax network and the LTE systems that Verizon and others are just starting to roll out are not in fact 4G services. Oops.”

Source: ITU Rules That WiMax, LTE Don’t Qualify As 4G

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