MoqiZone launches 802.16d WiMAX network in Chengdu

11 Dec 2009

Moqizone, a digital entertainment delivery platform company that delivers last mile connectivity to Internet Cafes across China via its proprietary WiMAX network, has announced that two wireless broadband base stations have been successfully installed in Chengdu and are now available to service internet cafes in the northeast region of the city. There are approximately 60 targeted internet cafes within the 5km coverage area. ‘We are extremely excited about the commercial launch of the second city in the roll out of the MoqiZone WiMAX network. The Chengdu roll-out is the next step in establishing the national footprint for our network.’ said Lawrence Cheung, Chairman and CEO of MoqiZone Holding Corporation.

The Chengdu WiMAX base station installation is part of the continued expansion of a private network for Internet Cafes to access MoqiZone games on its flagship B2C online game portal www.53mq.com. The MoqiZone network provides content delivery to the viral online gaming market and connects game players to online content providers utilising a national WiMAX network. The network utilizes a centrally located base station to communicate with multiple wireless signal receivers (CPE) installed on the rooftops of the member cafés of the MoqiZone WiMAX network. MoqiZone also plans to roll out the network in Shangdong, Yunnan, Hubei, Hunan, Guizhou and Guangxi over the next twelve months.

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