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Although South America does not have the most WiMAX systems, there are...

Although South America does not have the most WiMAX systems, there are
many notable countries whose WiMAX technology is among the top of its
class. The Internet Service Providers TelMex, who has deployed a Mobile
WiMAX network around the city Brasilia, and Neovia, who has set up a
fixed WiMAX network in Sao Paulo, make up the majority of WiMAX networks
in Brazil. TelMex has also established an extensive set of WiMAX networks
in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Ecuador...

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    • WIMAX around the World
    • 1. Wimax in South America : Although South America does not have the most WiMAX systems, there are many notable countries whose WiMAX technology is among the top of its class. The Internet Service Providers TelMex, who has deployed a Mobile WiMAX network around the city Brasilia, and Neovia, who has set up a fixed WiMAX network in Sao Paulo, make up the majority of WiMAX net- works in Brazil. TelMex has also established an extensive set of WiMAX net- works in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Ecuador. Colombia received its first WiMAX system in July of 2006 from the Internet Service Provider Orbitel. In addition to Orbitel, the main license holders in Colombia are Telecom and Avantel. In Paraguay, the company Tigo Banda Ancha offers a WiMAX plan for the equivalent of $41 USD in several cities. In Venezuela, Movilmax has established a commercial Mobile WiMAX network (802.16e) in Caracas using CPE modem and PCMCIA laptop cards. 1120 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, New York 10036 Tel: 212.993.5899 Fax: 212.993.5898 Toll Free: 1.877.25.WIMAX www.quantum-co.com
    • 1. Wimax in South America : Recent reports unveils that Latin America’s WiMAX market is to surpass US$1.04 Billion in revenues during 2009-2013 and that the WiMAX busi- ness model in Latin America is developing from being an alternative to wired broadband access into a means for strengthening operator offer through service bundling. In total, at 1Q2009 there are 26 operators offer- ing wireless broadband services by means of various WiMAX technologies, or that have indicated their intention to migrate their networks to 802.16 technologies in the medium term. 1120 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, New York 10036 Tel: 212.993.5899 Fax: 212.993.5898 Toll Free: 1.877.25.WIMAX www.quantum-co.com
    • 1. Wimax in South America : Spectrum auction in Latin America will considerably boost development of broadband in the region and will contribute to the overall growth in broad- band subscription penetration, fixed and 3G mobile combined, from 9% at year-end 2008 to 70% at year-end 2014. These wimax auctions, taking place in Argentina, Brazil Chile, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela, are essen- tial stepping stones for the further wimax network deployment. Regulators now look to accelerate the award of broadband spectrum to close the con- nectivity gap and inject additional competition into the market. According to those studies, the result will be an increase of Latin America’s broadband subscriber base from 48 million in 2008 to 426 million at year-end 2014 (44 %Annual growth). According to the lates Juniper Research, South America, along with Africa, the Middle East, the Indian Sub Continent and Eastern Europe will together be worth some $4bn by 2014 1120 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, New York 10036 Tel: 212.993.5899 Fax: 212.993.5898 Toll Free: 1.877.25.WIMAX www.quantum-co.com
    • 2. Wimax in USA : US entered the WiMAX race late but expectations are set high for the rapid- ly growing market especially with the deployment of Clearwire Wimax Net- work in the upcoming months. Clearwire is one of the major Internet Service Providers in the US. Before their merger, Sprint Nextel implemented its first operational WiMAX system in Baltimore under the name XOHM. 1120 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, New York 10036 Tel: 212.993.5899 Fax: 212.993.5898 Toll Free: 1.877.25.WIMAX www.quantum-co.com
    • 2. Wimax in USA : Afterwards, they took on the Clearwire brand name and have launched a WiMAX system to service about 1.7 million potential clients in Portland Or- egon. Moreover, they have initiated several trial networks to further improve their systems with the goal to expand their networks in 80 cities across the country. With these high goals in mind, Clearwire plans to emerge as the leading WiMAX provider in the US in the upcoming months. Clearwire is now selling WiMax services in Atlanta and in Las Vegas ahead of an of- ficial launch this summer. In 2007, DigitalBridge Communications was the first to launch WiMAX commercially in the US. The company currently con- tains licenses in several states and have already deployed networks in Ida- ho, Indiana, Montana, Virginia, South Dakota, and Wyoming. MetroBridge Networks provides WiMAX to businesses in Arizona and Seattle, and Nth Air services WiMAX in California and Nevada. 1120 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, New York 10036 Tel: 212.993.5899 Fax: 212.993.5898 Toll Free: 1.877.25.WIMAX www.quantum-co.com
    • 3. Wimax in Europa : WiMAX networks have made their presence in Europe since as early as 2004. Norby Telecom and Wi-Manx were one of the first companies in Europe to deploy commercial WiMAX networks to cities and rural areas. Today, Norby Telecom has expanded their network to cover over half of Estonia, and Wi-Manx continues to offers home Broadband Wireless Ac- cess, Business Internet connectivity, Voice over Internet Protocol, Internet Te- lephony, and other various network solutions to the Isle of Man near the UK. A few years later, the technology spread to the UK : Freedom4 connected over 4,000 Wi-Fi hotspots around the UK and deployed a Mobile WiMAX Network (802.16e) in London. Additionally, the service provider Nomad Digital has established a WiMAX network alongside the London to Brighton railway line as a backhaul to enable passengers to access the Internet from Wi-Fi Access Points. In 2005, Iliad installed the first wireless broadband network in France. Any-Port has also made enormous headway in France by integrating an unlicensed WiMAX system to provide Internet connectivity to the waterways between France, Spain, and Italy. 1120 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, New York 10036 Tel: 212.993.5899 Fax: 212.993.5898 Toll Free: 1.877.25.WIMAX www.quantum-co.com
    • 3. Wimax in Europa : Germany joined the WiMAX ranks in 2005 when Deutsche Breitband Dien- ste (DBD) set up WiMAX networks in large cities such as Munich. In 2006, DBD, along with Clearwire, Inquam, and Telco Arcor, acquired licensed broadband frequencies from the government. Now they provide services to several major cities and rural areas across Germany. The Internet Service Providers Euskaltel, Iberbanda, and Clearwire control the majority share of WiMAX networks in Spain. Euskaltel has established a large network in the Basque region, providing Broadband service to over 100 small cities. In 2006, Iberbanda bought out the WiMAX Company Telefónica and now has the largest number of customers in Spain. In 2007, Clear- wire launched its first WiMAX sys- tem in Spain, which reached over 300,000 households. 1120 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, New York 10036 Tel: 212.993.5899 Fax: 212.993.5898 Toll Free: 1.877.25.WIMAX www.quantum-co.com
    • 3. Wimax in Europa : Italy was one of the last European nations to join the WiMAX race. In 2008, the Italian Ministry of Defense auctioned off 35 licenses for WiMAX 3.5GHz frequencies. The main auction winners were Linkem S.p.A., who currently hosts a WiMAX Mobile Network (802.16e) in Naples, and NGI, who provides a fixed WiMAX network in Rome. Although Italy came into the race late, it plans to deploy seven more 802.16e networks in several regions in the upcoming months. Around the same time, several WiMAX companies implemented Broad- band Wireless Networks in Eastern Russia. In 2006, Airspan supplied the equipment necessary for MetroMAX to launch its first commercial WiMAX network in the Samara region of Russia. Other Russian WiMAX providers include Enforta, Summa Telecom, and Synterra WiMAX, all of who hold national licenses and provide commercial services to Moscow and 35 of the largest capitals in Russia. 1120 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, New York 10036 Tel: 212.993.5899 Fax: 212.993.5898 Toll Free: 1.877.25.WIMAX www.quantum-co.com
    • 4. Wimax in Asia : Asia brings high hopes for the WiMAX Industry. Experts estimated that Asia held 80,000 WiMAX customers in 2006, and they predict that there will be a significant increase in the number of subscribers by the end of 2009. China Netcom has provided residential users in the Guangdong prov- ince of China with fixed Broadband Wireless Access (802.16-2004) sine 2006. They are currently one of the major suppliers of WiMAX technology in China and will prove to be a big player in China’s goal to reach over 3.8 million users by the end of 2009. 3 South Korean telecom industries have supplied a huge contribution to the development of Mobile WiMAX (802.16e), which they referred to as WiBro. Samsung has aided SK Telecom and SK in their monumental deployment of Wibro in the city of Seoul in South Korea. 1120 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, New York 10036 Tel: 212.993.5899 Fax: 212.993.5898 Toll Free: 1.877.25.WIMAX www.quantum-co.com
    • 4. Wimax in Asia : No WiMAX networks have been deployed in Japan as of February 2009. However, UQ Communications has given the Japan WiMAX industry rea- son to be optimistic. The company plans to release Wibro networks in the cities of Tokyo, Yokohama, and Kawasaki for a free 4-month trial in order to prove its worth to its potential subscribers. After the trial, residents will be asked to pay the equivalent of $50 USD a month in order to continue their services. In 2008, REDtone International established Malaysia’s first WiMAX service for enterprise use only. The company now services one of the many 802.16e networks in the country. 1120 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, New York 10036 Tel: 212.993.5899 Fax: 212.993.5898 Toll Free: 1.877.25.WIMAX www.quantum-co.com
    • 4. Wimax in Asia : Before WiMAX, only about 4.9% of India had Internet access and less than 0.5% had broadband connections.4 In 2007, Videsh Sanchar Nigam Ltd (VSNL) became the first Company to launch WiMax services in India. Nev- ertheless, the company expects to grow exponentially in the near future and has estimated that they will acquire seven to nine million subscribers by 2010. The government in India has even established a mandate to provide broadband access to all secondary schools, public healthcare centers, and rural areas by the end of 2009. All of these efforts will effectively increase India’s broadband penetration in the near and hopeful future.Today, the company is known as Tata Communications and holds the largest WiMAX market share in India. Maravedis predicted in April Wimax Subscribers in India will Exceed 13 Million by 2013. The big push will probably be seen post-spectrum auctions. According to this report about 10,000 BWA/ WiMAX base station sectors have been deployed by all operators com- bined. Currently there are about 300,000 BWA/WiMAX subscribers al- ready using these services. 1120 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, New York 10036 Tel: 212.993.5899 Fax: 212.993.5898 Toll Free: 1.877.25.WIMAX www.quantum-co.com
    • 1120 Avenue of the Americas 7th Floor New York, New York 10036 Tel: 212.993.5899 Fax: 212.993.5898 Toll Free: 1.877.25.WIMAX www.quantum-co.com For more information, visit: Company website: www.quantumwimax.com Company blog: www.goingwimax.com