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Acer Joins Open Patent Alliance to Advance Mobile 4G WiMAX Innovation
Posted: 11-May-2009 [Source: Intel Corp.]

[Acer becomes the first global PC OEM to join the Open Patent Alliance in efforts to support the proliferation of WiMAX technology, devices and applications worldwide.]

Santa Clara, CA -- Further advancing mobile WiMAX worldwide, Acer Inc. has joined the Open Patent Alliance (OPA), a group dedicated to offering intellectual property rights (IPR) solutions that support the development and widespread adoption of WiMAX. The first global PC OEM board member, Acer will help the proliferation of WiMAX technology, devices and applications around the world.

The OPA was formed in June 2008 by members of the WiMAX ecosystem. Acer joins current OPA members Alcatel-Lucent, Alvarion, Cisco, Clearwire, Huawei Technologies, Intel Corporation, and Samsung Electronics to foster an ecosystem focused on broader choice and competitive equipment and service costs for WiMAX technology, devices and applications globally.

“We are proud to welcome Acer to the OPA. Adding their voice further strengthens the support for an innovative and open WiMAX ecosystem,” said OPA President Yung Hahn. “Taking a collaborative approach to IPR issues, the OPA can continue to foster greater WiMAX innovation, collaboration and competition. The OPA is excited to expand the reach of the 4G WiMAX ecosystem to include non-traditional companies like Acer – a leading innovator on the cusp of the computing/cellular convergence revolution.”

Today, Acer offers several embedded-WiMAX notebooks and netbooks from the Acer Aspire and Acer TravelMate lines around the world.

“Acer has focused on delivering state-of-the-art, innovative PCs to consumers since 1976,” said Jim Wong, senior corporate vice president and president of IT Products Global Operations, Acer. “Consumers today want longer battery life, thin and light, innovative form factors with great processing and communications technology at affordable price. As the first global PC OEM to join the Open Patent Alliance, we hope to lead the charge in bringing several devices that harness the power of WiMAX wireless broadband technology to the hands of consumers worldwide.”

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