WiMAX Leader and Innovator to Share Clearwire's Perspective on
Global WiMAX Services
KIRKLAND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 25, 2007--Clearwire
Corporation (NASDAQ:CLWR), the world's largest WiMAX-class service
provider enabling fast, simple, portable and reliable communications
anytime and anywhere in Clearwire's coverage area, today announced
that the company's chief strategy officer, Scott Richardson, will
speak at WiMAX World Europe in Vienna, Austria.
WiMAX World is the world's largest event showcasing
next-generation mobile broadband and wireless technology solutions
with events held on three continents. Richardson's session, titled
"Clearwire's Perspective on Global WiMAX Services," is scheduled for
11:30 a.m. local time in Vienna on Wednesday, May 30th.
Richardson, a WiMAX innovator instrumental in the creation and
development of the WiMAX standard, joined Clearwire earlier this year
to drive the company's global mobile wireless broadband efforts. Prior
to joining Clearwire, Richardson was with Intel for 20 years serving
most recently as vice president of the company's Service Provider
Business Group. During his tenure at Intel, Richardson worked with
industry leaders to define and shape the global WiMAX standard.
"Clearwire is a prominent driver in the development of the global
landscape on mobile WiMAX wireless broadband services," said Berge
Ayvazian, chief strategy officer of Yankee Group. "As a leader and
innovator in the WiMAX space, we are delighted that Scott is sharing
his insights and Clearwire's view on global WiMAX services and as well
as providing an update on its international operations."
Clearwire, founded in October 2003 by Craig O. McCaw, is a
provider of reliable, wireless high-speed Internet service.
Headquartered in Kirkland, Wash., the company launched its first
market in August 2004 and now offers service in 37 metro markets,
covering approximately 8.9 million people in more than 350
municipalities in Alaska, California, Florida, Hawaii, Idaho,
Minnesota, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, Washington and
Wisconsin in the United States, as well as 1.2 million people in
Ireland, Belgium and Denmark (under the Clearwire name through Danske
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SOURCE: Clearwire Corporation