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Items tagged with: EVDO

Access Away from the Office - Part 3: How Fast

Access Away from the Office — Part 3: How FastIn the last installment of his series, Bill Meade reports on his Verizon BroadbandAccess speed test results.

Access Away from the Office - Part 2: How To

Access Away from the Office - Part 2: How ToIn Part 2 of our series, Bill Meade provides a step-by-step for getting a Mac and Treo 700p connected to Verizon's BroadbandAccess EVDO service.

Verizon announces EVDO Rev A launch and USB modem

Verizon Wireless today announced it is launching its next-generation high-speed wireless broadband network in cities throughout the country.

Based on CDMA 1x Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO) Revision A (Rev. A) technology, customers in the areas of upgraded coverage can expect "average download speeds of 450-800 Kbps and average upload speeds of 300-400 Kbps".

Access Away from the Office - Part 1: The Alternatives

Access Away from the OfficeFast and easy Internet access is everywhere you go, right? Bill Meade begs to differ and shares his struggle to get connected on the road.

Verizon rolls out EVDO Rev A card

Verizon Wireless and Sierra Wireless today announced that the Sierra Wireless AirCard 595 PC card for EVDO Revision A networks is now available for use with Verizon Wireless' BroadbandAccess service. This is the first EVDO Revision A-compatible PC card to launch on the Verizon Wireless network.

Sprint upgrades five cities to EVDO Rev A

Sprint made a flurry of announcements today saying it has upgraded its Power Vision Network to EV-DO Revision A technology in Boston, Hartford, Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh.

The company said that Power Vision users in upgraded markets should experience "significantly faster average upload speeds of 300-400 kbps (compared with 50-70 kbps of current EV-DO networks)". Sprint also said average download speeds should also increase to "450–800 kbps from 400-700 kbps".

EV-DO Broadband, Live And Direct From The Woods

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As wireless broadband access becomes more ubiquitous, is it becoming possible for a businessperson to conduct his everyday work, at high speed, out in the middle of nowhere? Scott Fulton reports from the wilds of Indiana.
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