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I applaud the upper management folks for working with our vendors to enhance the network. Sprint's basically rebuilding the network from semi-scratch, so implementing whatever new technology they can is essential in the customer experience.

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I applaud the upper management folks for working with our vendors to enhance the network. Sprint's basically rebuilding the network from semi-scratch, so implementing whatever new technology they can is essential in the customer experience.

 

its from scratch, the only thing not being replaced is the tower structure...

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Considering that Alcatel/Lucent is doing the same thing in the northeast, as mentioned in the other thread. It good seeing Samsung doing this as well. I wouldn't doubt Ericcson will join as well.

 

Speaking of which, has anyone have a picture or a rendering of what it would look like having one of these tiny cell gear mounted on a lamp post/street signs as mentioned in this article?

 

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