High Quality for Critical Applications

Service Providers make a name for themselves by delivering Carrier-grade Ethernet. Differentiating service by providing Service Level Agreements (SLA) to customers is increasingly important as technology advances. Having equipment that can manage this effectively can be critical to a provider’s success. This application brief discusses the ways to achieve high…

Addressing Interference – Art or Science?

Is Creating a High Performance Point to Multipoint System for Noisy Environments an Art or a Science? No matter how much frequency is added to the unlicensed spectrum, it is only going to get more crowded. The increased cost of licensed spectrum, the proliferation in the number of wireless equipment…

Building Products, Building Relationships

To really understand new technology and the benefits that come with it, hands-on experience is unbeatable. Not all of us have the time or money to travel to a trade show, and the experience may not allow time to get into the deep details. In our Roadshows, Cambium Networks brings…

The Sophisticated Broadband Consumer

Consumer Broadband Bill of Rights – The Home has become an Enterprise With recent reports and discussions around “net neutrality”, I thought it would be good to insert the customer into this conversation, as they pay and receive broadband services. We are in this industry to deliver services, and we…

Expanding Your Network Comfort Zone by Increasing Your Tool Kit

This past week I authored an article regarding fixed wireless broadband challenging wireline operators to work outside their comfort zone through OSP Magazine). The reality is that fixed wireless broadband (FWBB) is a complimentary technology that allows wireline operators to economically (i.e., profitably) provide broadband access to the unconnected (and…

Increasing the Unlicensed Spectrum is the Right Thing to Do

The recent push by President Obama and the FCC to add more frequencies to unlicensed spectrum will not only boost the tech economy, it is also the right thing to do. Additional unlicensed spectrum is important for both wireless broadband providers, who leverage unlicensed spectrum for their core services, and…

Connecting Fans with Their Passion

Sport teams play half of their games on the road, and connectivity enables fans to experience the action in real time. A few months ago, the Ashes Chairman's XI cricket match featured England playing Australia. The match was held at Traeger Park in Alice Springs (just Alice in local parlance),…

Technology Makes Wireless Simpler

There is a Dilbert comic strip that has him interacting with his boss discussing building a wireless network. His boss says “It’s wireless. How hard could it be to not install wired?” At MWC2014 service providers are making it clear that they need all the help they can get. For…

Perfect-10 reliability during Olympic streaming spikes

Time differences – a fine reason to take the afternoon off and watch your team skate to victory. Last Wednesday at 9pm Sochi time and noon in Ontario, Canada, the Canadian men’s hockey team took to the ice and beat Latvia in a nail-biting quarterfinal game. Soon after, we received…

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