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Cameo to offer WiMAX MIMO PCMCIA Products based on Wave 2
Posted: 14-May-2007 [Source: RunCom]

[Cameo's latest Mobile WiMA PCMCIA products based on Runcom Technologies' Wave 2 Solutions to be available Q3 2007. ]

Taipei City -- Cameo Communications, an international network products supplier based in Taiwan, disclosed its latest Mobile WiMAX PCMCIA products based on Wave-2 Profile MIMO 1T x 2R (MISO) solutions from Runcom Technologies. Cameo, a leading supplier for WiFi and Broadband products to worldwide brand name customers, expects to offer this Mobile MIMO WiMAX PCMCIA card in Q3 2007.

"The major WiMAX service providers and customers, having seen many SISO products, are now looking for advanced Wave-2 MIMO MSS which can achieve better performances when it works with MIMO WiMAX base stations. To take the lead in supplying this demand, we now bring to the market a powerful WiMAX solution, adopting Runcom's latest WiMAX Matrix-B chipset along with NXP's MIMO radio technology," said Roger Wu, chief technology officer of Cameo Communications. "Cameo's new product, with Runcom's MIMO technologies, will deliver high performance, ease-of-use wireless broadband access solutions to our customers, service providers, and their subscribers."

With Cameo's latest MIMO PC card plugged in notebooks, subscribers can easily take advantage of the mobile Internet services three to five times faster than today's cellular networks. Meanwhile it can also work with Cameo's WiMAX/3G IAD gateway acting as a wireless broadband access device to obtain WiFi, LAN, and VoIP services. Cameo also provides SISO USB adapters with which subscribers can access to WiMAX network with a normal USB cable.

According to a recent market report done by Institute of Information Industry of Taiwan, the worldwide WiMAX device shipment volume are expected to reach 50 million units in 2012, and the Taiwan WiMAX shipment value will be more than 1,878 million US dollar.


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