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Additional information on the Sprint Mobile Broadband Network, including coverage maps showing current and future coverage, Mobile Broadband service plans, and the latest access devices, can be found at http://powervision.
Both devices are fully compatible and backward compatible with the company's enhanced and existing wireless broadband networks and the company's NationalAccess network (based on CDMA 1xRTT technology).
The ad using actual spaghetti western footage comparing Sprint's mobile broadband network to Cingular's EDGE network very clearly depicts how Sprint is empowering customers to do more, at five times the speed of Cingular's EDGE network.
a leading provider of next-generation IP broadband networking equipment, enables carriers and service providers to build Smart Broadband Networks that can deliver simplified, personalized and portable subscriber services to consumers and businesses.
With support for high-density Ethernet, the E320 Broadband Services Router can also efficiently facilitate FASTWEB's migration from its existing ATM broadband network to a next-generation Ethernet-based access network.
Nasdaq:RBAK), a leading provider of next-generation broadband networking systems, today announced that Guangdong Telecom, the largest subsidiary of China Telecom Group, has selected Redback's SmartEdge(R) family of routers to expand their consumer and business broadband network for next generation data, voice and video offerings including IP television (IPTV).
BALTIMORE -- DigitalPath, the leader in advanced wireless broadband network solutions, announced today at the ISPCON Spring 2006 conference in Baltimore the general availability of DenseNode and BroadNode, the company's next-generation wireless broadband network platforms for public Wi-Fi, residential wireless broadband and public safety vehicle connectivity.
NASDAQ:RBAK), a leading provider of broadband networking systems, today announced that XTS Telecom has selected Redback's SmartEdge(R) Service Gateway for deployment in their next-generation broadband network infrastructure.

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