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org Before: WiMedia Alliance, MultiBand OFDM Alliance Special Interest Group After: WiMedia Alliance, Inc.
11 standards will have the greatest impact on mobile operator revenues Some of the companies mentioned in the report include: - Avaya - Belkin - Bluetooth Special Interest Group - BT- Ericsson - IBM - Intel - KDDI - KT Corp - MasterCard - Microsoft - Motorola - Multiband OFDM Alliance - NEC - NFC Forum - Nokia - NTT DoCoMo - Panasonic - Philips - Proxim - Qualcomm - Samsung - Sony - Swisscom - Texas Instruments - T-Mobile - Toshiba - VISA - VIVOtech - Vodafone - WiFi Alliance - Zigbee Alliance.
A new wireless technology with enough bandwidth to carry cable television signals from a wall-mounted outlet to a TV anywhere in the home could be on the market as early as next year, according to the Multiband OFDM Alliance.
BOSTON, June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- The MultiBand OFDM Alliance (MBOA), an industry organization dedicated to developing high-performance ultrawideband (UWB) technical specifications, said today that it has organized programs in support of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) as the FCC hosts the Third Meeting of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Task Group on Ultrawideband Compatibility.
Recently united with the MultiBand OFDM Alliance (MBOA), the WiMedia Alliance is the industry's leading proponent of UWB technology.
The WiMedia Alliance, recently united with the MultiBand OFDM Alliance Special Interest Group (MBOA-SIG), today announced that Microsoft Corp.
Our analysis demonstrates that the Multiband OFDM Alliance will likely win the standards race in the IEEE 802.
A technology pioneer, Alereon holds the greatest number of UWB patents, was first to demonstrate an entirely in-house designed UWB platform, co-founded the MultiBand OFDM Alliance (MBOA) and WiMedia Alliance, and is participating in the development of a wireless USB standard.