dslreports logo
site
 
    All Forums Hot Topics Gallery
spc

spacer




how-to block ads


Search Topic:
uniqs
73
share rss forum feed

xenophon

join:2007-09-17

Not seeing what is experimental

If the last referenced article is right, it will be LTE on Clearwire and Google devices simply use them. Nothing too experimental about that. CLWR already plans to go to LTE anyway. If anything, this may help push Clear to LTE faster and best case is that Google helps fund.

Now if Google is planning some new protocol, that would be experimental, but doesn't make much sense.



AnonFTW

@reliablehosting.com

said by xenophon:

If the last referenced article is right, it will be LTE on Clearwire and Google devices simply use them. Nothing too experimental about that. CLWR already plans to go to LTE anyway. If anything, this may help push Clear to LTE faster and best case is that Google helps fund.

Now if Google is planning some new protocol, that would be experimental, but doesn't make much sense.

Google has nothing to lose and everything to gain by helping Sprint/Clear speed up their LTE rollout. 4 strong LTE players equals more device usage and more ad revenue for Google.

Since Android is the king of the budget device and Sprint is seen as a budget carrier, this makes perfect sense.