Multi-gigabit wireless connectivity is changing everything for the better. Understand what this “new normal” means for you. I invite you to join Cambium Networks for our first global Cambium Connections online customer event. This is your opportunity to learn from Cambium Networks’ leaders and our guest Rahul Patel, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Connectivity and Networking at Qualcomm Technologies.
This is a great opportunity to realize the impact of fixed wireless solutions for service providers and enterprises. If you would like to share your questions and observations prior to the event, please post your ideas here on the Cambium Networks Community.
- Wireless Gigabit to the Edge – Vision to Reality: Why has fixed wireless suddenly become relevant to all service providers and enterprises? Understand the global trends that are driving this shift, the opportunities and challenges of 5G fixed private networks and wireless fabric solutions.
- Advances in Wireless Networking Technologies: Rahul Patel, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Connectivity and Networking at Qualcomm Technologies, shares his views on the shift in data usage, cloud dynamics and how these are increasing productivity and revolutionizing people’s experiences regarding services.
- 60 GHz – Multi-Gigabit Fixed Wireless, Something for Everyone: 60 GHz is not new, but 802.11ay expands the breadth of use cases for 60 GHz. Learn why Terragraph technology and the 802.11ay standard are game changers in delivering high-speed, low-latency use cases.
- How Will Wi-Fi 6 and 5G Coexist? Learn why Wi-Fi will grow in the era of 5G and the opportunities when used together. Wi-Fi 6 and 5G technologies have significantly improved the capacity, reliability and latency achievable from wireless networks.
- The Time Has Come for 6 GHz and Wi-Fi 6E: Expansion into the 6 GHz unlicensed spectrum is a significant development for the wireless industry. It enables multi-gigabit performance and scale for a broad range of use cases as the lines continue to blur between Wi-Fi and broadband networks.
- How to Deliver Quality of Experience: Quality of Service (QoS) is not enough in the “new normal.” End users expect high speed, low latency and reliable service. Gain insights on how leading wireless network operators are achieving higher Quality of Experience (QoE) using the unlicensed spectrum.
I invite you to register to attend the free session that fits your schedule: