AT&T is going to kick off a WiMAX technology, applications and its business case during a trial in Atlanta this fall. This will be the second major trial of the technology for the company. AT&T has been testing the technology with several commercial customers in Middletown, N.J., reports The Wireless Week. The Atlanta trial, expected to last until the first quarter of 2006, will use equipment WiMAX standard gear, and Ma Bell is trying to figure out the details of a large scale deployment.
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