Clearwire, a leading provider of 4G wireless broadband service, announces the launch of two new routers for your home and office, on 30 January 2012. It is equipped with a long lasting battery, which can last up to six hours. Both the router runs on the company WiMAX 4G networks. Clearwire provide services to more than 130 million customers in 70 U.S. cities.
"Clearwire has been a leader in the adoption of the 4G personal hotspot and fixed modem categories since our first product launches in early 2009. We continue to set the pace in the industry by offering innovative products that deliver high-speed 4G Internet service that is easy to set up and affordable. These devices offer today's mobile and home users and the millions of Wi-Fi products in use across the country, even broader access to CLEAR's 4G take-it-with-you internet,” says Dow Draper, senior vice president and general manager of Clearwire.
The two high speed routers launched by Clearwire are :-
CLEAR Spot Voyager:
The price for CLEAR Spot Voyager is $124 and it can connect 8 devices at a time for six hours, with its in-built battery. This router is portable with just 2.6 inches square and offers unlimited 4G data plans.
CLEAR Hub Express:
It is priced at $99. It provides 4G internet at your home at high speed. Clear Hub Express does not need any configuration; users can directly access their Wi-Fi network.
Clearwire also announced that the company will be soon upgrading its 4G network with “LTE Advanced-ready technology”. This new technology will allow users to download at the speed of 100Mbps. John Saw, chief technology officer of Clearwire called the LTE technology as “the future of mobile broadband.”
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