Totally free and open to anyone, Cambium College is designed to attract and engage teens and college students who are interested in learning more about fixed wireless broadband technology in the real world.
Cambium Networks Blog
The Industrial Internet of Things: A Long-Distance Affair
It’s critical for the Industrial IoT (IIoT) network operations center to not only have visibility into remote network nodes, but also the ability to transport information across the field based on data they’ve distilled from the edge of the network.
What Happens Where the Fiber Ends?
Rugged and remote landscapes won't support fiber deployments. Wireless is a means to connect people, places, and things where it is not practical to deploy fiber technology.
Why Water Utilities Are Becoming Connected
Connectivity enables utilities to measure key factors and improve the quality of water for their people.
Cambium Networks is beginning a new era in how we provide technical support to our customers with the introduction of Cambium Care.
Since we launched our LINKPlanner software more than a decade ago, this free wireless networks design tool has had more than 5 million path profile requests.
Cambium Networks supports the personal actions of our employees who build the communities in which we all live.
Cambium Networks offers industry leading combination of capacity and range for SCADA connectivity.
With wireless broadband networks deployed in business and residential networks around the world, we are constantly discussing trends and requirements with customers and service providers. Here is our view of the major trends that will drive the broadband wireless industry in the new year and beyond.
Once in a while conventional wisdom is wrong. Shaving your hair won’t make it grow back faster, the earth is in fact not flat, and you don’t need a ton of new hardware to get the next level of performance from your network.
As a company, Cambium is all about connecting the unconnected with wireless technology. But as people and citizens of the communities where we work, we’re also all about a different kind of wireless connection – our human connection.