May 2008
Multichannel News;5/12/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 19, p50
The article presents several accounts regarding WiMax venture. Erick Schonfeld of TechCrunch suggests the need for Sprint Corp. and Clearwire Corp. to try to salvage the billions they dropped into their money losing WiMax network. Nilay Patel of Engadget believes that people are not certain why Big Cable is eager to dump money on Spint after two previous ventures folded, which resulted to a big boost for Wimax.


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