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2008-06-20 12:00:09

Sprint has announced that it has invested more than $6.9 million and added five new cell sites to its wireless networks in Connecticut in the first quarter of 2008, enhancing network coverage statewide. Statewide network coverage improvements include: cell site builds that extend coverage, in-building solutions, carrier overlays, capacity switching and EV-DO Rev. According to the company, customers in the cities of Brookfield, Milford, South Windsor, Wallingford and Winsted are expected to...

2008-06-19 09:00:11

Sprint Nextel has invested more than $21 million and added six new cell sites to its wireless networks in Massachusetts in the first quarter of 2008, enhancing network coverage statewide. Statewide network coverage improvements include: cell site builds that extend coverage, in-building solutions, carrier overlays, capacity switching and EV-DO Rev. A deployment that allows for a faster data experience. Customers in the following cities should have a better wireless experience as a result...

2008-06-19 09:00:11

Sprint (NYSE:S) invested more than $6.9 million and added five new cell sites to its wireless networks in Connecticut in the first quarter of 2008, enhancing network coverage statewide. "Sprint is making great strides in network performance, and nationally, our wireless networks continue to perform at best-ever levels," said Bill Toth, vice president of North Region Field Engineering and Operations for Sprint. "We're making enhancements to our networks in Connecticut and across the nation...

2008-06-18 12:00:13

SCHAUMBURG, Ill., June 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Motorola, Inc. today announced that its Multi-Net Mobility(TM) solution can now be configured and managed remotely over a wireless data network and now allows wireless devices to access a virtual private network and back-office applications from "hot spots" outside a vehicle. Motorola Multi-Net Mobility, based on the standard Mobile IP protocol, provides end-to-end data encryption for text, image and video applications while operating...

2008-06-18 09:00:12

Sprint (NYSE:S) invested more than $21 million and added six new cell sites to its wireless networks in Massachusetts in the first quarter of 2008, enhancing network coverage statewide. "Sprint is making great strides in network performance, and nationally, our wireless networks continue to perform at best-ever levels," said Bill Toth, vice president of North Region Field Engineering and Operations for Sprint. "We're making enhancements to our networks in Massachusetts and across the nation...

2008-06-17 09:00:12

Sprint (NYSE:S) invested nearly $21.3 million and added 17 new cell sites to its wireless networks in New Jersey in the first quarter of 2008, enhancing network coverage statewide. "Sprint is making great strides in network performance, and nationally, our wireless networks continue to perform at best-ever levels," said Bill Toth, vice president of North Region Field Engineering and Operations for Sprint. "We're making enhancements to our networks in New Jersey and across the nation so that...

2008-06-16 12:00:58

ISCO International, Inc. (AMEX: ISO), a leading wireless telecommunications solutions provider, announced today it has received the "Next Great Idea in Wireless" Award as part of the annual Howe School conference: "The Rebirth of Location-Based Services: The Next Great Idea." ISCO International is a leading supplier of radio frequency management and interference-control solutions for the wireless telecommunications industry. Clarity, a subsidiary, specializes in the design, development and...

2008-06-16 09:00:14

Sprint (NYSE:S) invested nearly $26 million and added 12 new cell sites to its wireless networks in Michigan in the first quarter of 2008, enhancing network coverage statewide. "Sprint is making great strides in network performance, and nationally, our wireless networks continue to perform at best-ever levels," said Kim Green-Kerr, vice president, General Business & Public Sector Sales, Sprint. "We're making enhancements to our networks in Michigan and across the nation so that...

2006-06-20 16:48:28

SAN FRANCISCO -- IBM has built a transistor that runs about 100 times faster than current chips, a development that could pave the way for ultra-fast computers and wireless networks, the computing giant said on Monday. Transistors are the basic building blocks of the processors found in everything from supercomputers to digital music players, and IBM achieved the record speeds by building one from silicon laced with exotic chemical element germanium. "What we've been doing in the last...