Keyword: Günther Ottendorfer
A top Sprint executive said that the operator could eventually offer sector capacity on its LTE network of up to 6 Gbps.
Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure is making a range of organizational changes to Sprint’s management.
Representatives from all of the nation’s top wireless carriers are scheduled to speak at next week’s Next Gen Wireless Networks Summit in Dallas.
Sprint confirmed to FierceWireless that Jim Hyde, the company’s president of affiliates and wholesale, is also leaving the company.
Sprint announced that Günther Ottendorfer, the company’s COO of technology, is leaving the company in December.
Executives from Sprint, Nokia and ATN acknowledged continued speculation that the telecom industry is headed toward consolidation.
Sprint said its average download speeds have increased 33% in the last year, citing fresh data from users of Ookla's Speedtest app.
Sprint decided it wanted to get more innovation out of its Magic Box, working a little magic of its own by combining it with drone technology.
Sprint on Wednesday evening showed off what it believes to be the first U.S. deployment of Gigabit Class LTE on a live commercial network.
Sprint executives are confident the rise of unlimited data will force its competitors to spend more than it does to meet demand.