ENP Newswire -
Release date- 23072014 -
Sprint Spark uses next-gen wireless technology to deliver a whole new level of mobile Internet experience. Sprint is among the largest telecommunications providers in
Sprint Spark is breaking new ground by enabling peak wireless speeds of 50 to 60 megabits per second. It will support a new generation of advanced mobile services and applications, including high-bandwidth cloud services, virtual reality environments and far more advanced mobile applications.
'NetCracker has played a key role in helping Sprint drive its leading-edge network and service innovations into the highly competitive U.S. mobile market,' said
Sprint has been utilizing NetCracker's Resource Inventory, Order Management and Discovery & Reconciliation solutions to support its deployment of America's newest network. Building off of that success, Sprint now expects to use these integrated solutions to achieve greater operational efficiencies, reduce time to market for new services and accelerate its Sprint Spark network rollout. Sprint expects to cover 100 million people with Sprint Spark by the end of the year.
'We are excited to be part of the new Sprint Spark initiative, which will bring some of the most advanced mobile technology in the world to more than 100 million Americans,' said Sylvain Seignour, Vice President Americas at NetCracker. 'Our consistent success in delivering solutions and supporting aggressive network rollouts for Sprint provides a strong example of how NetCracker is helping mobile operators gain competitive advantages in diverse markets around the globe.'
About NetCracker Technology
NetCracker Technology, a subsidiary of
NetCracker is a registered trademark of
NEC is a registered trademark of
+1 (781) 419-3374
Most Popular Stories
- Doctor Who Christmas Episode Begins Production
- HCL America Adding 1,200 IT Jobs
- Medical Mfg. Jobs Coming to Dayton
- Michael Jackson, Freddie Mercury on Previously Unreleased Queen Cut
- Longtime Unemployed to Get Help in Las Vegas
- SpaceX Aims for Predawn Launch on Saturday
- Women Key to Democratic Party: Clinton
- U.S. Chamber Caught Up in Tax Inversion Question
- Feds Won't Say How Many Border Crossers Jailed
- Christie Didn't Order Bridge Shut Down, Feds Say