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WiMax's Bay Window

Dan Jones

3:00 PM -- It's hard to keep up with sheer number of job ads coming out of Clearwire LLC (Nasdaq: CLWR) these days. The company is now looking for a "Project Manager for Network Deployment in San Francisco," as noted by sfmobilejobs on Twitter. (See Clearwire Hiring in Atlanta & Vegas and Clearwire Preps $1.5B Deployment in '09.)

The company said earlier this month that it plans to deploy WiMax in San Francisco in 2010. Regular readers will remember, however, that the operator has long had an eye on the city by the bay. The firm was advertising for network deployment managers back in 2007. (See Clearwire's Broadband Bay.)

— Dan Jones, Site Editor, Unstrung

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