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Sprint to Create a Single Platform for All Networks

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Mar 20, 2008, 10:18 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

In order to provide a more consistent experience across its range of differing technologies, Sprint will be building a single core infrastructure for all its networks. Sprint plans to use a common optical backbone, IP network, cell-site infrastructure, and IMS to bind its CDMA, iDEN and WiMax networks together. Sprint is also planning to allow third party software developers access to the platform through APIs. This will give the developers better insight into customer behavior and allow them to better customize their own services. Sprint did not provide a time frame on when this platform will be built.

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Mar 20, 2008, 4:01 PM

First Order Of Business Should Be...

SMS text messaging for iDEN subscribers, at least until it is shutdown.

And it's time to put the final death nail in Ready Link. Who even has it?
Yeah, I don't know anyone that still is using Ready Link. I forgot about that sprint still had that technology. 🙂
Silly question about Simply Everything Plans. I searched for this and could not find an answer. Is ReadyLink included in the Simply Everything Plans? Thanx for not bashing me!

Mar 20, 2008, 11:57 AM

The lightbulb in the attic finally turns on...too late?

Is it just me or isn't this something Sprint should have been developing this stuff the day they bought Nextel?
they didnt have dan hesse
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