Sprint's Data Link And Static IP Services Find Homes On LTE Network

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As carrier networks gravitate more and more towards data (and less towards pure voice services), Sprint has announced a bolstering that'll position it to serve its future customers -- folks who will no doubt be clamoring for plenty of IP-based information. The operator this week launched Sprint Data Link and Static IP networking services over the Sprint 4G LTE network. Both products are compatible with 3G as well as 4G, and include upgrades that make it easier for businesses and government agencies to deploy, manage and extend an enterprise network to modems, tablets and handsets.

Sprint Data Link enables business networks to reach beyond the limits of a corporate enterprise WAN. Sprint Data Link provides mobile employees and connected devices with access to their mission-critical business information over a private wireless network, separate from the public Internet. Sprint Data Link comes with a 99.9% availability service level agreement (SLA) and is supported on a vast array of 3G- and 4G-capable devices including handsets, tablets, laptops, mobile broadband cards, hotspots and M2M embedded modems. Uses range from setting up retail kiosks, seasonal storefronts, temporary offices, lottery terminals and wireline backup to remote monitoring and home healthcare. In other words, this is Sprint's play to be a service provider, and ensure that high-profit business customers can trust their always-on devices to operate seamlessly on Sprint's network.


Sprint Static IP assigns the same IP address to a device each time that device authenticates and accesses the Internet. It allows companies to more easily manage remote wireless devices including M2M applications, handsets and tablets. Sprint provides businesses with the ability to purchase a contiguous, sequential range or block of IP addresses, which can ease the deployment of devices and simplicity of firewall configuration.

Now, to only catch Verizon in raw LTE market rollouts...
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ajm531 replied on Thu, Apr 25 2013 1:06 AM

"ensure that high-profit business customers can trust their always-on devices to operate seamlessly on Sprint's network." all i can say is lol at the part about operate seamslessly on sprints reilable(i added that word and its for the purpose of me loling at that concept) network.

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Clixxer replied on Thu, Apr 25 2013 1:19 AM

Well Sprint's network is something to laugh at but if the do LTE right they will be with Verizon and AT&T in the end. Both Verizon and AT&T can only rollout to so many finite places so it's just a matter of time before Sprint and Tmobile catch them which is what I assume this is aiming for is having a reliable LTE network in all places in order for this work.

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