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Gerald Evans is a Solutions Consultant for Sprint Nextel in the Midwest Market. His area includes Minnesota, Western Wisconsin, the Dakotas, Iowa and Nebraska. Gerald supports Authorized Representatives, Public Sector, Embarq, and Business Solutions Partners.
Gerald began his career with Nextel as a Direct Sales Representative in Tampa, Florida where he went on to become a Major Account Executive, specializing in data sales in the health care and real estate verticals. Another promotion sent Gerald to the Washington, DC area as a Senior Indirect Account Executive with data specialization. In the middle of 2006 Gerald was promoted to the Solutions Consultant team in Minneapolis.

The purpose of Gerald’s website,, is to provide a ready reference to the channels Gerald supports. From time to time check here for FAQ’s and answers regarding data and Third Party Applications. This site will continue evolving and will reflect your insights and actual situations encountered in the pre-sales support phase of our business. Gerald can be reached at 763-274-8685 or by email at You can also leave your comments and reflections here as well.


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As you are aware, 4G is an extremely important initiative for Sprint. We recently launched 4G in Portland, Las Vegas, and Atlanta, and will continue to launch new markets throughout the year. To provide you with an additional level of support , and to ensure our 4G market launches are successful , a “BMG War Room” has been setup and your 4G questions can be answered by forwarding your questions to your Solutions Consultant or Engineer.
A blog has been set up and is monitored by SME who provide answers to your questions. As your questions are fielded, we will attempt to provide answers to you each week.


Palm Pre

Palm Pre

Palm Inc. today announced more plans to power up the software application market for its Pre smartphone.
The company said it will let developers start selling applications for the Pre phone through the company’s online store in mid-September. The move steps up competition with Apple’s App Store.
According to a Bloomberg News account, developers will get a 70 percent share of each program’s sales, matching the arrangement offered by Apple. Free programs will be distributed at no cost.
Palm currently distributes about 35 programs for the Pre, which made its debut in June through a partnership with Sprint Nextel.
Palm has received interest from thousands of developers who want to create programs for the Pre.


The Tour

The Tour


BlackBerry is reportedly set to go one up on Apple with the integration of both full Flash and Microsoft Silverlight support into its BlackBerry browser.

Flash support was one of the improvements many had hoped for from Apple in the iPhone 3.0 upgrade.

Silverlight on the other hand is another popular choice for websites to show off multimedia content, including audio and video clips. This is also unavailable on the iPhone.

However, it seems BlackBerry will have both applications at their fingertips by sometime around next summer.

It is reported BlackBerry is waiting for higher end handsets and higher data speeds before they want to introduce the new features, as don’t forget – this is full Flash, not Flash Lite.

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