Sprint Nextel on Thursday introduced an embedded Top Global-made router that supports its own EV-DO wireless network and the HSPA 3G technology commonly used overseas, a move that could make life easier for the carrier's multinational enterprise customers who use machine-to-machine connectivity. Sprint had earlier introduced its Overdrive 3G/4G modem, which provides instant mobile hot spots.

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