"Chuck Levine was an important part of the incredible growth and development of our PCS operation," Sprint President Bill Esrey said in a statement. While Levine was at the helm, the carrier had 15 straight quarters of subscriber growth. He also helped the company launch it's earliest wireless Web offering, called Sprint PCS Wireless Web, a m?lange of rudimentary games and Web surfing tools over a telephone network five times slower than a dial-up connection. Earlier this year, Sprint PCS launched PCS Vision, its "next generation" phone network that is promised to handle twice as many calls as the previous network. The new network is capable of sending Web pages at speeds of about 60kbps to 80kbps.
Charles Levine steps down a week after news that the cell phone provider's subscriber numbers dropped, Len J, Lauer is replacing him, Len J, Lauer, president of the company's long-distance division, will take over Levine's position immediately, according to Sprint, the parent company of Sprint PCS, Sprint Chief Operating Officer Ron LeMay will temporarily replace Lauer, who has been working for Sprint since 1998 and became president of Sprint's Global Markets Group, the company's long-distance division, in apple - iphone x leather case - charcoal gray 2000..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Silicon.com's Jon Bernstein reported from London. Hutchison 3G Networks next week will become the first operator to introduce a test version of its third-generation wireless network on the U.K. mainland, giving 500 mobile users their first experience of 3G. The company will initially offer the service to its business partners and suppliers, who will access and test the network using handsets from NEC. Matt Peacock, external relations for Hutchinson 3G Networks described the move as a phased roll-out, not a launch. No decision on an official launch will be made until the company is confident about the reliability of the service, he said.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, In the Merrill Lynch survey, about half of CIOs said they would prefer to buy switches directly from Cisco, as opposed to having companies such as EMC or IBM integrate the switches, But the Merrill analysts said they doubted that would be possible right away, "EMC seems to want switch competition in order to lower prices and accelerate SAN adoption," analyst John Roy wrote, "EMC does not want, however, to lose its accounts control apple - iphone x leather case - charcoal gray by having Cisco sell directly and perhaps even forward-integrate into storage."..
But other analysts think Cisco's new products, which include the potential to support 768 ports in a single rack enclosure, may give EMC some formidable competition. "By introducing the most complete product line in the SAN switch business it is making a statement that it intends to take the business very seriously," wrote US Piper Jaffray analyst Ashok Kumar in a report. "There is still a great deal Cisco needs to do in order to succeed, but its new product line establishes the technology foundation to build its business.".