WiMAX technology offers a perfect next-generation wireless solution. Unfortunately, it requires a completely new infrastructure, so it is best for greenfield deployment. It is dubious that major service providers will decide to deploy it instead of upgrading their existing 3G networks to LTE. You can expect to see WiMAX technology in greenfield networks trying to sell high-speed connectivity (for example, high-speed Internet access in rural networks).
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