WiMAX is a wireless digital communications system, also known as IEEE 802.16, intended for wireless "metropolitan area networks." WiMAX can be used for broadband wireless networking similar to the more common WiFi protocol. WiBro is the Korean version of broadband wireless networks, similar to WiMax.
WiMAX allows for more efficient bandwidth use, interference avoidance, and is intended to allow higher data rates over longer distances. These higher data rates will allow new opportunities to expand deployment of video conferencing over IP, along with other VoIP based services.
RADVISION WiMAX VoIP Benefits:
RADVISION’s protocol stacks and client solutions are especially suitable for developing WiMAX VoIP products.
RADVISION's developer products are suitable for any kind of network access:
- WiMAX clients
- WiMAX access devices and residential gateways
- WiBro clients
- WiBro access devices and residential gateways
- RADVISION offers a wide range of IMS developer solutions that are suitable for WiMAX/WiBro deployments
- WiMAX providers need to bundle VoIP with their products, especially where this is the only communication method in use.
- Support for multiple platforms and operating systems through a single abstraction layer
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