Sprint Opens 5G Experience Center ahead of Commercial Launch

Sprint Opens 5G Experience Center ahead of Commercial Launch Image Credit: Sprint

Sprint announced the opening of its Sprint 5G Experience center in Kansas City Headquarters ahead of its 5G commercial service launch expected to begin in Kansas City and other markets in May.

The Sprint 5G Experience features more than a dozen stations and demonstrations that use augmented reality, virtual reality and simulated displays. The journey takes visitors through the foundation for 5G from spectrum to a fiber-optics network and from Massive MIMO technology to real-world demonstrations of 5G’s lower latency. Guests will learn how 5G will help innovate gaming and entertainment, power smart cities and make cities safer, and connect billions of things through IoT. The 1,100 square foot space is located in Sprint’s Executive Briefing Center in Overland Park.

Sprint expects to launch its commercial 5G service starting in May. Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas and Kansas City are among the first of its nine 5G markets. Also slated to launch in the first half of 2019 are Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix and Washington D.C. Its total initial 5G footprint is expected to cover more than 1,000 square miles across all nine cities giving true mobility to on-the-go customers.

Sprint’s 5G Experience will provide private tours to small and medium business, enterprise and government customers and prospects, along with the greater Kansas Cityeconomic development community interested in better understanding the benefits of 5G. 

Steve Gaffney, Sprint VP of Media and Experiential Marketing
With Sprint 5G coming soon in our first nine markets, this dedicated venue will provide unique and interactive ways to tell the story of 5G and help visitors visualize the types of innovations it will bring.

Dr. John Saw, CTO, Sprint
As we prepare to launch Sprint 5G with so many companies in our ecosystem, we are proud to be working with them to showcase what is possible with our next-generation technology in our new 5G Experience.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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