Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S) schedules the announcement of financial results and expands its Trunking business to 12 European countries!


Dallas, Texas 07/05/2013 (Financialstrend) – Sprint Nextel Corporation (NYSE:S) shares are currently trading at $7.14, down by 0.76%. The intra-day range of the stock is $7.10 – 7.21. The market capitalization of the company is $21.53 billion.

Sprint Nextel Corporation has scheduled the announcement of its financial results for the second quarter 2013 on 30 July, 2013, on Tuesday. The management of the company will host a conference call to discuss the results at 8 a.m. ET. A press release will be issued by the company prior to the conference call that will be reporting its results.

The company has extended its SIP Trunking solution with availability in 12 European countries. Businesses can experience the benefits of VoIP (voice over IP) cost effectively and enhance the efficiencies of the network by converging all data and voice traffic with the Sprint Global MPLS network.

SIP (Session Initiative Protocol) Trunking allows businesses to place “virtual trunks” in place of costly “physical trunks” that connect a PBX to a service provider network over a single IP connection. Session Initiative Protocol Trunking from Sprint is available in Denmark, France, Austria, Belgium, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Spain, the United Kingdom, Italy and Sweden.

The needs of the distributed enterprise can be met by Sprints solution as it allows multiplelocations throughout the European region to connect with the same set of Session Initiative Protocol Trunks, while preserving calling plans, local telephone numbers and emergency services. The overall need for the number of trunks for implementing the Session Initiative Protocol Trunking is reduced in the available European locations, thus making the operating costs and network more efficient for the business.

CORT, the largest provider of rental furniture in the world, adopted SIP Trunking first in the United States and now in Europe. It has now 145 international and domestic locations, primarily retail stores, and as a result the key to its success is the business continuity.