xG Technology (News - Alert) has launched a company blog that would allow officers, staff, and advisors the opportunity to share developments taking place at xG.
"There are so many exciting things happening and we want to tell the world about them," said Rick Mooers (News - Alert), chairman and CEO, xG Technology in a statement.
Mooers said over the past several months, there has been a steady stream of visitors to the company's demonstration network in Ft. Lauderdale.
"Seeing their reaction to the world's first mobile VoIP system has been gratifying, but we see the need to share the good news with a wider audience," he said.
xG Technology, Inc. is the developer of cognitive radio technology that improves utilization of the nation's airwaves.
It was designed from the ground up as an all-IP system in contrast to the current predominant networks that are built on a foundation of analog and older telecommunication transmission protocols.
The company says that the xG network frees up spectrum, combines voice and data on a single Internet Protocol network, is fully mobile and uses unlicensed spectrum to save money on operating cost.
xG's demonstration network called xMax is now operating in the Ft. Lauderdale area. xMax is the product of xG Technology's extensive R&D activity, a $100 million international effort that involves companies in the U.S., Europe and Asia.
TMCnet in March reported that A new white paper from xG Technology titled, "Stacking xMax Against WiMAX (News - Alert) IEEE 802.16e," claims that xMax, which recently received an INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine Product of the Year Award, is able to provide operators with a higher level of profitability than WiMAX .
xMax is a cellular infrastructure that employs smart radio technology to improve the utilization of the nation's airwaves-potentially saving consumers substantial money by allowing the delivery of affordable mobile VoIP and broadband services across free spectrum.
In addition, it represents an innovative solution for to reclaiming spectrum that was once considered too crowded and interference-prone to be used for advanced wireless services.
The white paper compares xMax with WiMAX IEEE (News - Alert) 802.16e to determine which of the two technologies provides a better return on investment or "ROI" for new entrant service providers.
Key findings in the white paper point to the fact that xMax is capable of returning nearly three times more profit per dollar of CAPEX to an operator than WiMAX.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anil's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Alice Straight