Plus, it wants all three -- its CDMA, WiMax and soon-to-be-deployed Long Term Evolution (LTE) network -- to integrate with each other in one multi-modal form.
It's no simple task, which is why Sprint felt it warranted a closer look. So, the carrier invited Light Reading Mobile, along with a handful of other reporters, to the campus to take a deep dive into the processes and progress behind Network Vision. (See Dear Sprint, Here's What We Want to Know....)
We also got a few pictures in the process. Click on the image below to launch a short slide show around the sprawling campus and in the Executive Briefing Room on our first day at Sprint.
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