For years, Sprint’s Advanced Technology Laboratories have been off-limits to the general public. On Monday, Sprint gave us unprecedented access to their research and development complex, as they unveiled their new M2M Collaboration Center.
The new center, located just south of San Francisco, inside Sprint’s west-coast ATL facility located in Burlingame, will serve as an innovation center to aid in creating, testing, and approving Sprint M2M communications.
Read more for photos of the entire center, including ribbon cutting and technology demos.
Sprint’s M2M Collaboration Center is designed to allow for device makers to test their equipment in carrier-grade testing environments. In addition to a video teleconference center, the center offers developers private testing facilities that allow for protection of intellectual property, while giving engineers the same tools that Sprint uses to approve M2M equipment on their network.
Below you will see several technology demos, most of which are self-explanatory. Feel free to ask questions in the comments.