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Why AT&T and Sprint Just Announced Business Conferencing Services
Videoconferencing and other real-time services offer a way for carriers to show off why their networks matter
Separate announcements Tuesday for business conferencing services, one from AT&T and the other from Sprint, highlight the radically changing business models at U.S. wireless carriers.
AT&T is working with Cisco on a cloud-based, video collaboration service that will be available for almost any device when it launches next month. In October, AT&T also announced another video meeting service with Blue Jeans Network.
Separately, Sprint on Tuesday announced a cloud-based audio conference service called UberConference from Switch Communications, which is run by a group of former Google employees, including Craig Walker, the principle creator of Google Voice. With UberConference, Sprint business customers on any device will gain access to Google Apps for Work. Users will also have access to Google Hangouts for up to 100 participants.
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