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What does WAS stand for?

WAS stands for Wireless Access System

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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amp; MOSCOW -- Aperto Networks, a leading WiMAX-class multiservice wireless access systems provider, and its channel partner Avalcom, a leader in the design and construction of data transmission networks across the Russian Federation, have been chosen by Infoseti, one of Russia's premier business-class Internet Service Providers, for deployment of a citywide PacketWave(R) multiservice network across the greater metropolitan area of Moscow.
HOUSTON -- Concourse Communications, the leading developer of neutral-host wireless access systems for airports and other commercial venues, announced today that they had signed a contract with the Ottawa International Airport Authority for the design, installation, operation and maintenance of a Commercial Wireless Access System at the Ottawa International Airport.
The newly-deployed wireless backbone network in Brittany demonstrates that next-generation fixed wireless access systems are an efficient solution for western European countries, where existing wireline solutions need to be complemented or extended by wireless to enable carriers to deliver truly universal broadband service.
BUSINESS WIRE)--April 8, 2003 Aperto Networks, leading provider of new generation scalable broadband wireless access systems and member of the Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) Forum, has announced its intention to be a prime mover in this newly-rechartered systems interoperability test and certification organization.
3, 2003 Aperto widens lead in capacity, coverage and cost-effectiveness in 5 GHz band; systems serve SME, SOHO and Wi-Fi backhaul applications Aperto Networks, a leading provider of new generation scalable broadband wireless access systems, announced today that it is now shipping the industry's highest performing broadband wireless access systems in the overlapping 5.