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CTIA show wireline angles: FMC and backhaul

Supercomm is on the move, which clears the spring of big trade shows at which you can expect to see both the top telco talent making the rounds and large numbers of important core telecom vendors

Sprint Nextel looking to embedded partnerships

Sprint Nextel said it plans to create partnerships with companies to promote embedded wireless technology to expand its revenue stream beyond traditional mobile service, according to the Wall Street

Cox making 3G moves

Cox Communications, which won spectrum in the 700 MHz band, is expected to announce vendors for its 3G network in the coming months. The cable provider has already brought on BCI Communications to

Sprint announces 4G rollout schedule

As expected, Sprint Nextel said it will launch its 4G service at the same time Clearwire rolls out WiMAX service. Sprint will operate as an MVNO to Clearwire and offer mobile WiMAX products and

Sprint mirrors Clearwire with 4G rollout plans

Sprint Nextel announced the rollout plans for its Sprint 4G mobile WiMAX service, mirroring the launch timetable of Clearwire. Sprint will operate as an MVNO to Clearwire and offer mobile WiMAX

Sprint looking for embedded wireless partnerships

Sprint Nextel plans on forging partnerships with companies to promote embedded wireless technology, as it looks to expand its revenue streams beyond traditional cell phone service, according to a

AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile sued in E911 patent case

Major Tier 1 carriers and other smaller wireless operators are being sued by Tendler Cellular, which alleges their E911 technology infringes on its own emergency location technology. Tendler sued

CTIA Preview: Palm may dominate a low-key CTIA

Many industry insiders are predicting that because of the economy, longer development cycles for high-end handsets and a general abundance of caution, there will be few major handset and operating

Analyst: expect higher Q1 churn at Sprint

An analyst report saying that Sprint Nextel will have higher churn than expected in the first quarter of 2009 sent the company's stock price plummeting. Wachovia Capital Markets analyst Jennifer

ZTE plans major smartphone push in U.S. market

ZTE said it planned to make a major smartphone push in the U.S. market in 2009, including possibly partnering with Verizon Wireless on a dual-mode CDMA/LTE handset. The Chinese telecom equipment