Fears of spying delay Taiwan’s plans for WiMAX

Fears of spying delay Taiwan’s plans for WiMAX

January 22, 2016

Taiwan’s licensed WiMAX operators are facing the prospect of having to postpone purchases of WiMAX equipment because of a delay in government surveillance agencies to release guidelines for the monitoring of communications within the WiMAX system.

Both Tatung Telecome, WiMAX operator for southern Taiwan, and WiMAX Telecom, a WiMAX licensee for northern Taiwan, have been forced to push back their purchase plans for WiMAX base stations until later this year.

Taiwan’s National Communications Commission (NCC) has suggested that the licensed operators of WiMAX put together their own set of guidelines to be submitted to the relevant government agencies for finalisation.

Tim Yeo

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