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To The Bat Cave! A Peak into Verizon's Underground Shelter


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Something interesting I stumbled across on Twitter...Good idea...does Sprint have a "Bat Cave"? 

 

http://www.verizonwireless.com/news/article/2014/08/network-cave-protects-emergency-equipment-60-feet-underground.html

 

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Sixty feet underground in Kansas City, this is almost assuredly in the Hunt Midwest SubTropolis. It is a unique situation that does not apply to many other cities. I would not read too much into it for VZW.

 

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/SubTropolis

 

AJ

 

Sounds like VZW is mostly using it as a marketing point anyways...Didn't realize that was there! Thanks for pointing that out!

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Something interesting I stumbled across on Twitter...Good idea...does Sprint have a "Bat Cave"? 

 

http://www.verizonwireless.com/news/article/2014/08/network-cave-protects-emergency-equipment-60-feet-underground.html

 

Check it out...

Not sure if this would be very useful for sprint since most of its ERT equipment( as far as I can tell) is always on the move or deployed.

 

http://shop.sprint.com/mysprint/services_solutions/details.jsp?detId=govt_emergency_prep&catId=industry_govt_public_safety&catName=State%20and%20Local%20Government%20and%20Public%20Safety&detName=Emergency%20Preparedness&specialCat=true

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