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BWA

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Botswana. The code is used for transactions to and from Botswana bank accounts and for international shipping to Botswana. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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At this point, they are likely to offer tactical use of WiMax services to those that need high bandwidth roaming.
Rival LG Electronics, however, has teamed up with Intel to form an alliance to work on combining the Intel-backed WiMAX standard with WiBro.
The WiMAX Forum is an industry-led, not-for-profit organization that certifies and promotes the compatibility and interoperability of broadband wireless products based upon IEEE Standard 802.16.
Byrne: WiMAX has been around for a long time-but it's still relatively young in terms of take up.
"This problem can be resolved effectively if WiMAX and 3G operators collaborate with each other.
The MOEA rolled out "action plan for the development of WiMAX industry" last year, which aims to achieve two major goals during a four-year period (2010-2013): developing Taiwan into an exemplary island for wireless broadband service worldwide and an exporter of WiMAX solutions.
WiMAX is a wireless digital communications system, also known as IEEE 802.16, which is intended for broad wireless networks.
"We don't think it would be detrimental if Clearwire decided to run both WiMAX and LTE," he says.
WiMAX is poised to deliver high speed wireless broadband at lower costs that will aide mass adoption and thus alleviate problems faced by India's broadband market.
"This initiative between Motorola and Eden Rock can save small WiMAX operators Opex and Capex costs by defining a complete reference network that may be replicated into a fully-integrated, turnkey E2E WiMAX system," said Fred Gabbard, vice president of product management, Motorola Networks.
"We've enjoyed considerable success with 2.3 GHz WiMAX," said Michael Lai, chief executive officer of Packet One Networks, a subsidiary of Green Packet and a member of the WiMAX Forum board of directors.
The company said that from 1 July this year, it will ship its BCII and SOHO routers with support for WiMAX, 3G (EVDO, GPRS, HSPA+), or a combination of both in the same hardware form factor.