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Clearwire, Sprint Nextel to Form WiMAX Network

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SprintWiMaxLogo108w.jpg1. Feature Story / Sprint Buys Into The World of the Wireless Telephone®™ - The Clearwire Merger - What make WiMax and WiFi so important in the world of the Wireless Telephone®™ -- and how will Sprint MONETIZE their entry in the the WiMax 187 world of antennas?
WiMax is similar to Wi-Fi service found in coffee shops, airports and many homes, but it is more powerful and able to cover whole cities, in some cases.
The combination would create the fastest nationwide wireless network for laptops, smart phones such as BlackBerrys and other mobile devices, as well as desktop computers and in-home electronics.
Sprint figuers to Partner in with Clearwire on WiMax Venture -- how much are they willing to Spend, (12-Billions or will it be $3-Billion
What ever the amount is it would help create the fastest nationwide network for laptops, smart phones and the effects of other Wireless Telephone®™ devices.
It was reported in May, by the news media and made official that Sprint Nextel Corp., will form the WiMax venture in partnering with McCaw's Clearwire Corp.
Sprint said they would combine its costly wireless broadband effort with a smaller company founded by cellphone pioneer Craig McCaw in a $12-billion venture to create a communications company, to be called Clearwire, that will continue developing a mobile network based on WiMax technology.
Clearwir intends to offer its high-speed mobile Internet service model, with the help of some deep-pocketed supporters, and outside investors, which includes Intel Corp., Internet Search engine Google Inc., Comcast Corp., Time Warner Cable Inc. and Bright House Networks, say they will put in a total of $3.2 billion for the new company.
Clearwire also will receive an investment from Trilogy Equity Partners, led by U.S. wireless industry veteran John Stanton.

Part 02 / THE EFFECTS OF THE MERGER The name of the new venture wasn't disclosed at first ----- But it was decided that the name would be "Clearwire."
Sprint, based in Overland Park, Kan., will own 51% of the company. Existing shareholders in Clearwire Corp., a Kirkland, Wash., start-up founded by cellular pioneer Craig McCaw, will receive a combined stake of about 27%. And the investment group will have a 22% stake.
Wall Street's reaction was mixed, grateful that Sprint will be able to focus on its struggling wireless service but worried the deal may have too many moving parts to be successful.
"If new Clearwire manages to avoid the massive channel conflicts it will have with its strategic partners and executes well -- both big challenges -- it has the potential to create significant competition for incumbent wireless and wire-line providers," Oppenheimer & Co. analyst Tim Horan wrote in a research note.
"However, it is not entirely clear that this is their strategy," Horan added.
Shares for Clearwire and Sprint initially surged on the news Wednesday, but Clearwire stock ended down 24 cents at $16.22 while Sprint's fell 3 cents to $9.16.

PatenTOfficeLogo108w.jpgPart 03 / GOOGLE'S PART IN THE WIMAX VENTURE
While Sprint would own the majority of the venture, the operation would be steered by McCaw, who would serve as chairman, and Clearwire Chief Executive Ben Wolff, who would take the same position at the venture, they said.
Details on how and when the technology would be brought to the marketplace weren't clear, but analysts said they presumed that the cable companies were interested because they would get the right to sell the high-speed wireless Internet access in a package with pay TV, cellphone and home phone service.
Google's involvement, hinged on the venture agreeing to let any device and any service use the network when it emerged, according to a person familiar with the terms of its investment.
That follows Google's success in getting federal regulators to declare another chunk of the high-speed airwave spectrum open to ... form of consumer use.
Both actions result from Google's opposition to the traditional wireless model, in which carriers dictate what phones and what services are permitted to interact over their networks.
Google wants to make sure consumers can access Google's search, mail and other services while on the go. It is also developing an operating system for mobile phones that has attracted wide interest from the carriers.

4. Byline / Intel Corp., a leading WiMax proponent, and cable TV company Comcast Corp. would put in about $1 billion each, and Google and Time Warner Cable Inc. would chip in about $500 million each, the three people said. All of the companies declined to comment.
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The broader support from cable companies removes one of the clouds hanging over Sprint, which has been distracted by a variety of operational and financial issues.
Sprint's as mentioned above in 2 arrangement with Clearwire, based in Kirkland, Wash., had been the subject of protracted negotiations over the size of the investments and control of the company because it would unite the efforts of companies that might compete in distributing high-speed services.
The new financing, deal would make it much more likely that more consumers issussed new phone numbers, would have access to high-speed, roaming Internet connections sooner than if Sprint had continued on its own.
"The agreement enables us to get to market faster and reach a broader audience than we could have if we went alone," said Dan Hesse, Sprint's chief executive.
Sprint announced a mammoth $30-billion charge in January stemming from its much-plagued acquisition of Nextel in 2005.
This week, Sprint has been reported as studying a sale of Nextel and as being a possible acquisition target for German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom.

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