Fitchard, Kevin
February 2008
Telephony;2/25/2008, Special section p8
Trade Publication
The article focuses on C Block of the 700 megahertz which is the threshold established by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to require open access for wireless operators in the U.S. The operators plan to open themselves up if they are to bring wireless data penetration to the next level. Meanwhile, Google Inc. is building the Open Handset Alliance together with Sprint Nextel Corp. to make an independent operating system based on Linux.


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