Sprint to Launch Baltimore WiMax Network In September
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Jun 18, 2008, 4:09 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Sprint CEO Dan Hesse confirmed that the company will launch Baltimore as its first public, commercial WiMax network in September. Sprint will launch Chicago and Washington, D.C., its two other trial cities, as full commercial networks before the end of 2008.
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Personally think this might save the company
If Sprint takes data speeds to the next level and the networks opens up so new devices can come on and access this network, I think Sprint could be in good shape.
Data really is something that's important to many, many more people than it was as of - a year ago?
I made quite a few posts on this and Sprint in general over at the Engadget post on this in case anyone's interested:
http://www.engadget.com/2008/06/18/sprint-turning-on ... »
Sprint is saying that the system will be open. Anybody with a compatible device can...
sprint gonna get killed with this one, everyone else in the world is going lte and sprint decides on wimax obvious why they are in trouble
I don't think they will get killed. However, I am not sure wh...
The network is obviously useless without something to access it, so what will they be using? The rumored Nokia N810 with a WiMax chip added? A CDMA/WiMax pc card? Or a WiMax only card (like the Motorola pc card Clearwire sells)? Unless there's a phone that manufacturers have been hiding (unlikely), it'll be a while before there's any voice or data devices.
So what will customers be using? Anyone know? I'm really curious about this.