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Sprint Chief Technology Officer Stephen Bye Joins CTO Forum Advisory Board


Sprint and The CTO Forum announced that Stephen Bye, chief technology officer and vice president of Technology Development and Strategy for Sprint, has been appointed to the CTO Forum Advisory Board.

About the CTO Forum

The CTO Forum provides a thought-provoking platform for senior technology executives to build better relations and advance technology within their organizations. The CTO Forum's mission is to deliver a Global Innovation Platform, where technology leaders collaborate and co-create the set of technologies necessary to meet tomorrow's challenges facing humanity across the globe.

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Basheer Janjua, Founding Chair and President of The CTO Forum

“The CTO Forum believes that it is not financial engineering, but rather smart innovation that acts as the wellspring of competitive differentiation, industry leadership and positioning for long-term success in the competitive global marketplace. Our current CTO Forum members include some of the world’s most distinguished and accomplished technology and business leaders, academicians, researchers and scientists. We are delighted that Stephen Bye, representing Sprint, is joining the CTO Forum Advisory Board.”  

Stephen Bye, Chief Technology Officer, Sprint

“Sprint is proud to be a leader in innovation within the telecom industry. Our leadership as the first national U.S. carrier to offer wireless 4G, our robust Sprint M2M and Sprint Application Developer programs, and our open, collaborative approach in working with other industries to bring mobile commerce and other new capabilities to market are all examples of that leadership. I look forward to working with the CTO Forum to help foster innovation sharing Sprint’s insights and to gain perspective through participation with other members and across industries.”

Sprint Open Solutions Conference

Learn more about the Sprint Developer Program, M2M and 4G at the company’s annual Open Solutions Conference. Throughout the three-day conference, developers will learn about Sprint’s open enablement strategy, creating applications for 4G and 3D, enterprise machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions, go-to-market strategies, approaches to make developers more profitable, and current Sprint tools and capabilities across devices, networks and platforms.

The conference is Nov. 2-4 in Santa Clara, Calif., Registration is now open at