Monday, April 23, 2007
The Russian WiMAX operator Enforta has announced plans to launch its first 3.5GHz network early next month. The Dutch-owned company, which trades as Prestige Internet, currently uses the 5.2GHz band for its commercial WiMAX networks in 18 cities. Its new system in the city of Yaroslavl will be the first to use 3.5GHz spectrum, which is one of the standardised bands for WiMAX internationally. Enforta currently claims around 7,500 business customers, ComNews reports.