Clearwire's CEO Bill Morrow is confident about his company's prospects as the wireless world moves to 4G.
This story initially misstated how much the company lost in the first quarter of 2010. It lost $94.1 million.
All three 4G providers--Sprint, Clearwire, and Comcast--are expanding their 4G coverage under their own brands to up to 18 additional markets.
It is still losing money, but the company is growing subscribers and revenue, as it continues to build its 4G wireless broadband network across the country.
Company adds cities to list of those getting the speedy wireless service, but New York, Boston, San Francisco, and Washington are still left out.
Clearwire and its partner, Sprint Nextel, will begin offering 4G wireless broadband service in Houston.
Company execs take the stage at CTIA and admit they can foresee using a competing technology in future network upgrades.
T-Mobile USA's CEO says the company has talked with Clearwire and cable companies about teaming up.
Clearwire is gaining subscribers as it expands its network, which is helping it grow revenue and narrow its losses.
Clearwire executives say WiMax is a good technology for now, but they haven't ruled out competing technologies, such as LTE in the future.