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Which WiMAX Are You? Learn About the Right WiMAX Platform Choice at a Special Forum and Education Summit within 4GWorld 2009 in Chicago.

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

CHICAGO - September 14, 2009 - Which WiMAX Are You?’ a Special Forum and Education Summit within 4G World 2009, opens today to inform and guide service providers, enterprise customers, analysts, and the media through the multiple standards, platform differences, and use cases that make up the 802.16 family of wireless broadband technologies.

During ‘Which WiMAX Are You’, sessions will be offered highlighting applications and deployment scenarios for the robust and reliable 802.16d specification, currently supporting the vast majority of commercial WiMAX deployments to date, 802.16e the mobile version of WiMAX designed for mobile broadband deployments in handheld devices and laptops, and upcoming versions of the standard, including 802.16m.

“There is confusion in the industry, including the media, regarding the best WiMAX technology and deployment options for service providers, enterprises, industry verticals and governments.” said Brian Deutsch, CEO of Aperto Networks and WiMAX Forum Board Member.  “‘Which WiMAX Are You?’ is an educational forum designed to help industry stakeholders understand the best WiMAX deployment scenario for their specific business plan and network needs,” he said.

‘Which WiMAX Are You?’ will be held within 4G World 2009 in Chicago at the McCormick Center Room 178B on the first floor of the West Building Wednesday and Thursday September 16 and 17, 2009. Doors will be open from 12:30pm-6:00pm on Wednesday, with a special cocktail reception from 6:00pm to 7:00pm. On Thursday, doors will open at 12:00pm through 5:00pm.

A full schedule of events, including education sessions, panel discussion, and press opportunities can be found at

For more information, press only, please contact:
Enthrall: Social. Digital. Visual.
Brittany Beaulieu
[email protected]

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