Sprint, Clearwire reconnecting?

March 2008
CED;Mar2008, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p16
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The article focuses on the collaboration talks between Clearwire and Sprint Nextel regarding the national WiMax network in the U.S. The two companies are said to be discussing about inviting more partners. It was reported that Intel is preparing to fund a $2 billion joint venture formed by the two companies that would own the spectrum rights. Sprint had a target of creating a network footprint that by the end of 2008, while Clearwire is operating WiMax networks in 56 markets.


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