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  • The University of Queensland

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Examples

  • "Having UQ, which is one of the top 50 universities in the world and PricewaterhouseCoopers on my resume helped, and the skills I learnt at UQ are internationally transferable and recognised," he said.

    UQ News Online

  • UQ recently launched a trial of its WiMAX service called UQ WiMAX in Tokyo.

    APH Networks

  • With Clearwire in the US announcing strong quarterly results, Yota in Russia expanding rapidly, and others such as UQ in Japan being aggressive, the WiMAX business model seems to be working.

    DIGITIMES: IT news from Asia

  • Two UQ Science researchers have proved two famous physical laws that have been widely used for the past 25 years do not always work.

    Monday

  • Intel has invested $43 million into Japanese WiMAX provider UQ Communications, as the chip giant continues its efforts to boost the mobile wireless broadband technology around the world.

    Intel Invest $43M in Japanese WiMAX Operator

  • UQ will use the funding to continue expanding service in Japan.

    Intel Invest $43M in Japanese WiMAX Operator

  • Intel also made a significant investment — of $43 million — in Japanese communications provider UQ Communications.

    Intel Invest $43M in Japanese WiMAX Operator

  • Q1SQ2 seems a bit strange as the implication is that over 40% of the sample learnt about UQ WiMAX between the asking of Q1 and Q1SQ2, so for this question too there must have been some strange phrasing.

    Video calling from mobiles

  • Q1SQ2: Do you know that the UQ WiMAX service started on the 26th of February 2009?

    Video calling from mobiles

  • In teaming up with Japan's UQ Communications ISP, Samsung is wirelessly streaming full-HD 3D videos over a WiMAX 2 trial network.

    Samsung WiMAX 2 test hits 330Mbps

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