Recent shakeups at Sprint have caused many to speculate that the WiMAX deal they had going with Clearwire would be dead in the water, but recently appointed CEO Dan Hesse is proving the naysayers wrong and looking to bring it back up to speed. What Hesse has done is put together a plan that would bring in outside funding by forming a joint venture with Google, Intel and Best Buy. That’s about all the WSJ states other than facts we already know about why each of the aforementioned parties would be involved in the WiMAX fun. Nothing is set in stone just yet, but WiMAX is the future and it was never not going to happen in the first place.
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