The Russian WiMAX operator Enforta has announced its latest expansion, with plans to switch on new networks in 13 cities to take its total coverage to 68 cities. The company will launch operations in the cities of Armavir, Artem, Birobidzhan, Vanino, Dzerzhinsk, Zlatoust, Miass, Novorossiysk, Novotroitsk, Sochi, Sterlitamak, Syzran and Ulan-Ude during September. ‘The WiMAX technology continues to perform well and we are pleased with the subscriber growth,’ said Enforta’s president Lee Sparkman. ‘With this announcement, we conclude our geographic deployments for 2008. We are now finalising plans with our investors for an exciting 2009 that further leverages our first to market leadership in wireless broadband services,’ he added.