Sprint’s WiMAX service, , will offer a broadband wireless service of 2 – 4 Mbps download and 1 -2 Mbps upload speeds. The service will initially be available with limited devices, including the and a few wireless modems and PC cards. Several blogs including Engadget Mobile , using an internal Sprint site as the source. The service is expected to launch in Baltimore sometime this month. MuniWireless.com is also reporting that beyond the identified Xohm markets of Baltimore, Washington D.C., and Chicago, . The launch of Xohm is eagerly anticipated as a potential “third pipe” broadband competitor. Xohm’s launch is a precursor to that will provide similar services throughout the country, and will also to do the same.

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