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Clearwire Targeting June 2013 for TD-LTE Launch

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Feb 16, 2012, 8:28 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Clearwire has indicated that it will launch its TD-LTE 4G network by June of 2013. Clearwire CEO Erik Prusch said the company expects to have about 5,000 TD-LTE base stations up and running by that time. Clearwire is working with Sprint to determine the best locations to overlay its TD-LTE network with its existing WiMax network. The locations chosen will be based in part on where the consumer demand for mobile broadband services is highest, not necessarily where it will cover the most POPs. Soon after the initial 5,000 site launch, Clearwire expects to expand coverage to 8,000 sites. The TD-LTE network build-out will begin by the end of the first quarter of this year.

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Feb 16, 2012, 12:41 PM

Sprint, alas, we knew you well

WiMax, Clearwire, LightSquared.....

When will they learn....
Learn what? Did you even read the article? I'm thinking you didn't.
dlmjr said:
WiMax, Clearwire, LightSquared.....

When will they learn....

Huh? Well the LightSquared deal they're getting out of.

What I'm confused about is, if Clear had intentions of moving to LTE anyway and...
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