Here's a clue that Sprint Nextel wants to dominate in the next-generation high-speed standard. Directly competing with WiMax, in which Sprint has also invested, the company threw $10 million into the ring with IPWireless, a company developing equipment for the new standard of UMTS TD-CDMA, and is currently in trials with its technology in Washington DC on a 2.5GHz spectrum. IPWireless plans to offer services such as a mobile TV solution called TDtv, as well as the usual high speed wireless data. Let the games begin!
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