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Thursday, July 08, 2004

Researcher predicts 7 million WiMAX users by 2009

The competition among wireless broadband standards is strong and standard-certified WiMAX equipment won't appear until next year, but one market research firm is still predicting seven million WiMAX users by 2009.

Parks Associates said Thursday (July 9th) IEEE approval of the 802.16-2004 standard will encourage growth of fixed wireless broadband. However, that growth will be slow to start, the lead research analyst said.

"This standard is exciting news for the industry," more

Thursday, April 26, 2001

Ultrawide bandwidth for ultimate entertainment net

According to Parks Associates, a leading market research firm, the end-user market for entertainment networks is expected to reach $3.4 billion by 2004.

From the article "Ultrawide bandwidth for ultimate entertainment net," by Roberto Aiello

Monday, June 05, 2000

HomePlug Alliance plugs Intellon, irritates EIA

The effort to fix on one technology will bolster the role the power line plays in the emerging field of home networks, said Kurt Scherf, an analyst for home networks at Parks Associates, a Dallas-based market research and consulting firm.

Scherf said that before the advent of HomePlug Alliance, he was "pessimistic" about power-line-based networking technologies because "the market was fragmented and each of the 15 to 20 companies involved pushed their own proprietary solutio more

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