Sprint launches 4G enterprise WAN solution: read Sidecut White Paper

Moving on beyond the world of just powering smartphones, Sprint today took the wraps off a project bound to be of interest to many business users small and large — a fixed-wireless broadband solution Sprint is calling the 4G Enterprise WAN offering. We are not exactly disinterested observers this time around, since Sidecut Reports has written a white paper for Sprint on the offering, which you are free to download from the Sprint site.

With that caveat in mind, we can still objectively say that the 4G Enterprise WAN offering interested us from the first time we heard about it. Basically it’s a combination of 4G and 3G wireless antennas that are blended together to allow for business-class uptime to accompany the lower cost and greater flexibility that a wireless connection can allow. If you are a business of any size looking for a quick way to add Internet access in any location (but especially so in places where the wait for a wire in the wall may be prohibitive) then read the white paper and see if this solution makes sense for you.


About Paul Kapustka

Paul Kapustka is a longtime journalist who has spent more than two decades covering the information technology business, Paul most recently has been focusing on mobility and how it has changed the computing and collaborative landscape. His newest project outside Mobile Enterprise 360 is a research and analysis operation called WiFi Journal. He is also editor in chief of Mobile Sports Report, which covers the intersection of mobile technology and sports business. Paul is also the founder of Sidecut Reports, a research firm that covered the emergence of 4G technology in the cellular marketplace.