Sprint CTO discuses network optimisation

Tuesday 15 July 2014 | 20:39 CET | News
As Sprint finishes up the replacement of its 3G network, as well as reach 471 LTE markets, the company has a completely new platform in place, according to Dr. John Saw, Chief Network Officer of Sprint. The company is focused on three areas of network optimisation: coverage, interference and capacity. 

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Companies: Sprint
Countries: United States
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