This one day course, taught in two half-day sessions live on the World Wide Web with two-way interactivity, is aimed at technical audience involved in the design and deployment of WiMAX networks, equipment, or software. Entities pursuing grant money under the Stimulus Act will find this course especially helpful.<br /><br />You will learn, at a high level, what WiMAX is and does within the framework of the “the 3 A’s: Access, Applications, Affordability”. In “access”, you will gain an understanding of the performance parameters of WiMAX and why WiMAX is not Wi-Fi. We will address the major objections to WiMAX including the issues of security, Quality of Service (QoS), and interference mitigation. Once you understand why WiMAX is a viable alternative to the wireline technologies, we will discuss the “applications” where WiMAX is a cost-effective alternative to traditional telco technologies (DSL and T1). Finally, we will take a look at the “affordability” of WiMAX vis-à-vis existing telecommunications options and where the adoption of WiMAX can save money in the near term.<br /><br />Date and Time: Oct 28 and Oct 29, 2009 from 11 AM-1:45 PM (US Eastern Time).<br /><br />Cost: $495 for a full day course taught in two half-day sessions (seats are limited, sign up now). http://www.eogogics.com/c/09/W-WMX2.<br /><br /><br />Eogogics, Inc.