Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S) need to add some level of innovation in its …
Boston, MA, 07/25/2013 (nysepost) – Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S) had recently completed the takeover of the largest wireless carrier of United States for an aggregate value of $ 22 billion. This move to have acquired around 78% stake in the …
Sprint vs. Nextel
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Once they enter the building, the coaxial cables continue in a path just next to the ceiling until they are connected into the Sprint and Nextel base stations.
To compare the difference between Sprint (3G) and Nextel (2G) look closely at this photo. The metal cabinet closest to you houses the Sprint equipment. It’s about 1/4 of the size of the racks which house the rest of the equipment in the building — and all of that is Nextel equipment.
Though Sprint 4G equipment isn’t shown in this photo, it’s even smaller — about the size of a minifridge like you see in some hotels or a college student’s dorm room. Basically every time you add a “G” you cut your size in half.
This gives network designers more flexibility in where they build a 4G cell site.
Dan Hesse, President & CEO Sprint Nextel Corporation during his keynote presentation at CTIA WIRELESS
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Dan Hesse, President & CEO Sprint Nextel Corporation during his keynote presentation at CTIA WIRELESS; Las Vegas; Nevada.
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