WiMax exhibitors woo the Millennial Generation in Amsterdam
Motorola will give a live WiMax gaming demonstration in Amsterdam on 17-18 June, inviting visitors at the stand to challenge others both on-site and virtually via the online gaming server.
Exhibitors will be demonstrating a variety of applications over WiMax, including VoIP, video streaming, and gaming. Intel, Samsung, Nokia Siemens Networks, Nortel, Alcatel-Lucent and Alvarion are among the participants in the WiMAX Forum Global Congress 2008, which will be held in Amsterdam from 17-18 June.
Recent research from Motorola revealed that amongst 1,000 members of the Millennial Generation (ages 16-27), 76 percent believe that their personal lifestyle would change dramatically without the Internet.
̶0;WiMax is primed to deliver an economical wireless broadband network that will enable service providers to offer applications that meet demands of consumers and enterprise customer both today and tomorrow,̶1; said Fred Wright, senior vice president, cellular networks and WiMax, Motorola Home & Networks Mobility. ̶0;Motorola̵7;s early investment and development in WiMax ensures that our customers benefit from a comprehensive portfolio of WiMAX access points and devices designed to deliver fixed, nomadic and completely mobile personal media experiences.̶1;
Motorola will showcase its WiMAX portfolio, such as its WAP 400 access point, at the Congress. Motorola's gaming demo is at stand 3.37.
Image: Amsterdam will be the destination for WiMax visitors