Reliance has launched it?s Wi-Max (World Wide Interoperability for Microwave Access) internet connection a few months ago. Wi-Max is based on the IEEE 802.16 d standard and is expected to enable true broadband speeds over wireless networks at a cost point to enable mass, market adoption. Reliance will install a Wi-Max antenna on the rooftop of the client premises just like other satellite antennae and a cable to the modem. If the client has more than one computer then this connection can be shared through a wireless router. So it’s actually wireless from Reliance tower to your rooftop & wired from Wi-Max antenna to router/modem.



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