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Sprint to give US government say on board, remove Chinese hardware

arstechnica.com
In a move to get approval of its acquisition of Sprint Nextel Corp., executives of Japanese telecom company SoftBank have agreed to give the US government veto power over the choice for Sprint's director responsible for oversight of national security issues, the Wall Street Journal reports. Government representatives involved...
Sprint to give US government say on board, remove Chinese hardware
Sprint has big plans for small cells

The Power of the Unlicensed Economy

allthingsd.com
In 1985, the Federal Communications Commission permitted, for the first time, low-powered wireless communications equipment to be used without the need for a license. The prospects for this experiment were not entirely promising. The bands of radio spectrum assigned for unlicensed use were full of powerful and polluting industrial uses...
The Power of the Unlicensed Economy
Nokia Siemens wants to shut off 2G one frequency at a time

WSJ: Sprint and SoftBank reach an agreement with the US over security concerns from acquisition

thenextweb.com
Sprint Nextel and Japanese corporation SoftBank have reportedly reached an agreement in principle with the United States over national security concerns. According to the Wall Street Journal, both companies have agreed to create a national security committee with four members that would each be approved by the US government. Additionally,...
WSJ: Sprint and SoftBank reach an agreement with the US over security concerns from acquisition
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