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September 25, 2008

Motorola unveils WiMAX USB adaptor

Motorola has unveiled its first WiMAX USB adaptor, the USBw 100. This thumb-drive-sized device is available in three versions to connect to WiMAX networks in each of the three bands, 2.3GHz, 2.5GHz and 3.5GHz.

By CBR Staff Writer

According to the company, its USBw 100 plugs directly into laptop computers to provide mobile and nomadic wireless broadband connectivity, both indoors and out. It is expected to be available in fourth quarter of 2008. The device, which plugs into the USB port, connects the laptop computer to a WiMAX broadband network.

Charles Riggle, senior director of strategy and business development for WiMAX devices, home and networks mobility at Motorola, said: Our new USBw 100 adaptor will let people enjoy desktop-like performance while on the go with their laptop computers by giving them wireless connectivity to a WiMAX service provider’s broadband wireless network.

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