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  1. nexgencpu

    Network Vision/LTE - New York City Market

    It makes sense that it would also broadcast Wifi considering how many AP locations they have and the amount of bandwidth Docsis 3.1 allows.
  2. Good to see Sprint still investing on the network as planned, especially on Massive MIMO. Allocated a billion dollar purchase order on M-MIMO alone! Webcast of John Saw discussion with Well's Fargo. https://cc.talkpoint.com/well001/062118a_as/?entity=3_Y4ISKKL
  3. nexgencpu

    Sprint Tmobile merger Disc.

    The thought of thousands of sites being decommissioned, billing systems just not talking to each other, merging macro sites and equipment. Stores that won't know how to deal with each others devices or policies and plans, tech support floating between both companies. At best, will be months of issues, at worst years.
  4. nexgencpu

    Network Vision/LTE - New York City Market

    I know you visit LI(I know LI is pretty damn big) more often than most on here probably, let us know if you could go see and test one of these badboys in person.. https://twitter.com/SprintCTO/status/1009910413448896512
  5. nexgencpu

    Sprint Tmobile merger Disc.

    I'm already thinking of Verizon myself.. I do not want to be around while integration is happening to say the least.
  6. nexgencpu

    Sprint Tmobile merger Disc.

    The fact that you believe your word is the last one on this issue with your "Please dont comment" comment.says alot about the lackluster points you've put forth. There is no silver bullet to solving the consumer benefit\corporate profits best case scenario, otherwise government approval would not be in question. I will let this argument end with the more respectful "agree to disagree"
  7. nexgencpu

    Sprint Tmobile merger Disc.

    Less competition is better for consumers..said no one ever! You do not need a degree in economics to understand the basics of this. Also, as much as Sprint and T-Mobile try to convince government officials how they will die without this merger it simply is not true. I'm glad your happy that the "New Tmobile" excites you, but take a look at the CPU market and the great things Intel's dominance did from a consumer standpoint the past decade, overpriced reiterations of the same product. Luckily AMD caught them with their pants down. Now Intel is a mad rush to just keep up.
  8. nexgencpu

    Sprint Tmobile merger Disc.

    Dude! this is about corporate profits, it's a business. Sprint and T-Mobile going at it alone will force innovations and slow individual growth, that requires more time and money, more than Softbank is willing to divest. Botton line, maximizing profits is there main concern. Not somehow magically improving service.
  9. nexgencpu

    Sprint Tmobile merger Disc.

    I believe from a business standpoint, yes! Who'd argue with removing one competitor, merge resources, cut cost, and potentially charge higher rates and lower Capex.
  10. nexgencpu

    Sprint Tmobile merger Disc.

    Those FCC docs are all in place to "sell" the idea of the merger. So you better believe they are over blowing all of Sprint's inadequacies (and T-mobile's for that matter) There's no question that they can both go at it alone (T-mobile especially) it would just not be nearly as fruitful from a business stand point.
  11. nexgencpu

    Network Vision/LTE - New York City Market

    Could be with M-MIMO equipment being tested. But most likely an event going on. Try to get a closer shot of the rear and connectors.
  12. nexgencpu

    Network Vision/LTE - New York City Market

    Looks like Sprint's 9 beam antennas.. Check out @SprintCTO’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/SprintCTO/status/964513861847207937?s=09
  13. nexgencpu

    Network Vision/LTE - New York City Market

    Most definitely not anywhere in Manhattan.
  14. nexgencpu

    Network Vision/LTE - New York City Market

    First Massive MIMO in NYC.. Skip to .58 seconds for those details.. Maybe someone can pinpoint where in NY that picture was taken.
  15. nexgencpu

    Network Vision/LTE - New York City Market

    I don't know how this flew under the radar, but this is pretty awesome.. And this looks to be the first 5G device for Sprint! http://newsroom.sprint.com/sprint-and-nxm-labs-launch-first-5g-ready-connected-car-platform-featuring-iot-blockchain-security.htm I'm happy to see Sprint finally hitting the IOT market. Hopefully we'll see smartwatch's and other devices support 5G right out of the gate. Gear S4?! Maybe!?
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