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KPN and T-Mobile appear to have won 26 GHz licenses in the Netherlands: The spectrum band is known as LMDS in the U.S. and a bunch of companies famously raised millions of dollars to build high-speed data networks to serve businesses and subsequently most went under. So it will be interesting to watch what these operators use the spectrum for. T-Mobile, an investor in Flarion, conducted a Flarion trial in the Netherlands, but using the 2.1 GHz 3G spectrum. T-Mobile has also been an aggressive user of Wi-Fi, so it appears the company is willing to take the lead with new wireless technologies.
Posted by nancyg at April 5, 2005 10:45 AM
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