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We Make “Secret Sauce” for Wireless Service Providers

Where does “secret sauce” come from? For each business, it is different. Dave Sobel’s article, “Do brands managed service providers use matter to customers?” got me thinking about network end customers’ fierce focus on high quality and speed at low costs while being completely indifferent to the underlying technology used.…

CommScope CBRS Spectrum Access System Supports Cambium Networks Equipment

CommScope integration with Cambium Networks’ cnMaestro delivers SAS service to wireless broadband providers August 19, 2020 HICKORY, NC – CommScope and Cambium Networks (NASDAQ: CMBM) announced that CommScope’s Spectrum Access System (SAS) now supports fixed wireless broadband Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) equipment from Cambium.Cambium Networks’ end-to-end outdoor fixed wireless broadband solution is centered on the PMP 450m platform…

Heroes Bridge the Digital Divide

“All of us might wish at times that we lived in a more tranquil world, but we don’t,” said Robert Kennedy. Much has changed in the more than 50 years since he made that claim, and clearly the world is not a “tranquil” place. Kennedy went on to reveal a…

Wireless That Spans Distance and Time

Not everything has changed since 2008. Back when the world learned that the Android 1.0 was launched, this four-kilometer, point-to-point fixed wireless broadband link was installed at an industrial location in the Middle East. The link has been providing reliable service 24/7 since then. While our technology is continuously evolving…

CBRS: The Value of Spectrum

By now, if you’ve not heard of CBRS, you probably live outside the United States or perhaps aren’t so involved in telecommunications. The Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) is the designation given to the 3.5 GHz band (specifically 3550-3700 MHz) by the FCC. 50 MHz of it had been used…

What’s Next, and What Needs to Endure

So much conversation in the telecommunications and networking industries is about new technologies and new products. Still, we all know that customer experience during a product end of life is as important, if not more important than when the product launched. Product managers inherently focus on “what is next,” the…

Make Our Superpower Yours

All heroes have superpowers: the things that separate them from mortals and make them special. When recently asked about Cambium Networks’ superpower, I realized that the one I hold at the top of the list is spectral efficiency. Like gold or diamonds, RF spectrum is scarce. Network operators who sell…

What Is the Cost of Downtime?

It depends whom you ask. How much does it cost for a school to lose communications connectivity? The “price” might be lost time that could have been spent teaching lessons or completing assignments. How about public areas monitored by video surveillance cameras? That cost might be the public’s safety. For a…

The Internet is Needed More than Ever by Navajo Nation Residents

Navajo Nation residents in New Mexico are contending with the COVID-19 virus. Sacred Wind Communications has created WiFi hotspots that enable students to connect for classes and families to get the services they need. This Navajo Times article points out that “less than 60% of Navajo homes in some areas…

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