Intel would like to announce the initial release of a Linux WiMAX
common stack and drivers for its WiMAX devices (eg: Intel(r)
WiMAX/WiFi Link 5050, with estimated availability around third
quarter of 2008).
The project follows a standard layered approach: a generic WiMAX
kernel stack provides a common interface to control WiMAX devices.
A user space daemon and libraries provide a high level API for
control (network scanning, connection, disconnection, roaming
management, etc) and access to the drivers.
Currently much of this higher level code is tailored to Intel's
device, but we wanted to get it out as soon as possible.
You can find the code and additional information at