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Sprint confirms there are potential iDEN bidders

Sprint Nextel CEO Dan Hesse confirmed that there has been significant interest from companies wishing to bid on the Nextel iDEN business but said that the current economic climate may make it tough

Laptops ready for WiMAX era

Sprint Nextel hopes to turn Baltimore into the Starbucks of WiMAX by making the port city between Washington and Philadelphia one big hotspot. While Starbucks drew hordes of laptop users to its

How will wireless weather the economic storm?

As the U.S. economy turns from bad to worse, it's impossible to not wonder how much fallout will occur in the wireless industry because of this crisis. Of course, much of the impact will depend on

Is there a winner in the LTE vs. WiMAX debate?

At last week's WiMAX World conference in Chicago, some advocates were quick to claim a WiMAX victory in the 4G technology race. "WiMAX is here and it's paving the way for 4G" was a refrain I heard

Slideshow- Sprint brings a WiMAX COW to Baltimore for XOHM celebration.

Sprint took no chances for its WiMAX XOHM celebration event in Baltimore. The company deployed a supplemental "cell site on wheels"- or COW- on top of a parking garage next to the event to ensure

XOHM, Intel and WiMAX Partners Celebrate New 4G Broadband in Baltimore

Ciena rolls out new Ethernet access gear, capabilities

Optical and converged Ethernet vendor Ciena has announced new products and capabilities related to the company's acquisition of World Wide Packets earlier this year. The CN 3920 Service Delivery

Xohm's pricing plans increase chance of service's success

Sprint's WiMAX network has officially gone commercial in Baltimore with some interesting pricing plans that look to attack a number of segments--DSL/cable access, existing mobile broadband services

Sprint looking for bidders for Nextel unit

Sprint Nextel is looking for bidders for its Nextel unit, and may have found a few suitors already, people close to the negotiations said, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. According

Samsung replaces NSN in Xohm Dallas launch

Sprint's Xohm WiMAX network launched this week in Baltimore, but the lesser-known Xohm-related story out of WiMAX World in Chicago is that Samsung has replaced Nokia Siemens Networks as the vendor