Enterprises and municipalities deploy high-performance networks across large areas more quickly and efficiently with Cambium’s ONE Network solution for wireless access and backhaul.

HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill., May 16, 2024– Cambium Networks (NASDAQ: CMBM), a leading global provider of broadband networking solutions, today announced that enterprises, municipalities, and system integrators are successfully deploying private outdoor wireless networks to campuses, cities, resorts, and warehouses more efficiently and cost-effectively with Cambium ONE Network solutions. Institutions and property owners can rapidly deliver Wi-Fi service to users or IoT devices, such as security cameras, across outdoor areas or to remote locations using fixed wireless and outdoor Wi-Fi. Cambium Networks provides secure and reliable connectivity that can be deployed in hours or days compared to weeks or months.

Cambium’s ONE Network solution simplified the operation of the network by bringing all the technology stack components into one system. From a single screen, administrators can provision, monitor, troubleshoot, inventory, and lifecycle-manage a holistic system as opposed to discrete network elements. Day-to-day operational tasks are simplified and automated while training requirements are reduced by providing a converged system view.

Use Cases

The need for robust, utility-grade internet access extends well beyond common indoor use cases. Outdoor, private networks, consisting of Wi-Fi and fixed wireless, can be used to cost effectively connect employees, tenants, and guests, in addition to a broad range of devices including IoT sensors, control systems, video surveillance cameras, and more. Cambium Networks brings together a unique combination of outdoor Wi-Fi and fixed wireless infrastructure to effectively support these use cases:

Municipal Wi-Fi Networks:

  • The City of Huntington Park, California recently launched the first phase of an ambitious citywide public Wi-Fi network. Covering approximately 75 city blocks, the network leverages Cambium cnWave™ 60 GHz distributed mesh nodes as the backbone along with long-range outdoor Wi-Fi 6 access points and cnMatrix™ TX ruggedized switches installed on city-owned streetlights. “We knew the city’s streetlights were optimal for mounting Wi-Fi APs, but the bigger challenge was how to interconnect the APs with a reliable backhaul,” said Rami Dababneh of LAN WAN Enterprise, a strategic Cambium partner who installed and operates the network. “Fiber was cost prohibitive, and we are thankful to have discovered Cambium Networks’ cnWave 60 GHz solution, which not only provides the necessary bandwidth, but enables network resilience and redundancy.”
  • Salt Lake City’s City Connect program includes public Wi-Fi hotspots in the city center. The network extends the city’s fiber core with Cambium Networks cnWave 60 GHz  fixed wireless broadband access (FWA)  to support Wi-Fi access points. The system can support  thousands of people attending large events and provide PCI-compliant secure communications for credit card transactions at the farmers’ market events. “Our primary goal is to make free public Wi-Fi available to people,” says Nick Kryger, Chief Data Officer, City of Salt Lake City. “The city’s solution also connects video security, smart parking, and other IoT applications.” Read the case study here.


  • Hampshire Property Group is a major holiday and caravan park operator in Australia. Its Big 4 Howard Springs Holiday Park in Darwin deployed a complete Cambium solution for property-wide service, including the: Network Services Edge (NSE) for redundant WAN service and security; long-range outdoor Wi-Fi 6 Aps; ruggedized cnMatrix TX switches; and ePMP™ fixed wireless which backhauls Wi-Fi and CCTV cameras. . An HPG employee remarked, “The difference is night and day. Our guests now enjoy uninterrupted connectivity, making their stay with us even more memorable. We’ve seen a significant uptick in positive reviews focusing on our improved amenities, thanks largely to Cambium Networks’ solutions.” Read the full case study here.
  • A Cambium cnWave 60 GHz fixed wireless and outdoor Wi-Fi solution helped Pentewan Sands Holiday Park on the Cornish coast in the United Kingdom meet the ballooning demand for camping vacations following COVID. The solution supports up to 1,000 users with 50 Mbps service across the park. “This year we have noticed a big improvement in connection reliability, coverage throughout the park, and just speed in general, which in turn meant happier kids, which then equals happy parents!” said Scott Miles, a regular visitor at Pentewan Sands. Read the full case study here.

Education Campuses:

  • At Talladega College in Alabama, cnWave 60 GHz links are being installed on the campus as back up to fiber links to reduce downtime. The network will be extended to connect additional buildings to the campus network as an alternative to aerial fiber. “The cnWave solution provides an innovative alternative to other connectivity options as well as flexibility for future options as requirements change,” said Phil Slaughter of EFP Broadband. “This deployment helps Talladega College improve network availability while minimizing disruption and aesthetics challenges installing on this historic campus. And wireless enables significant cost savings compared to trenching.”

Warehouse and Logistics:

  • Three of the top five warehouse operators in the USA optimize their operations with Cambium cnWave 60 GHz fixed wireless backhaul for their Wi-Fi networks. This flexible combination enables ubiquitous coverage across indoor and outdoor locations, including distribution warehouses, loading docks, parking lots, office spaces, and more.
  • Three of the top USA freight-rail transportation operators are improving safety and efficiency by equipping freight yards with outdoor Wi-Fi with a fixed wireless infrastructure from Cambium Networks. Read the full case study here.


Cambiums’ ONE Network portfolio brings together the full technology stack required to build complete networks to support these use cases, across both indoor and outdoor environments:

  • Management – cnMaestro™ provides a single source for provisioning, monitoring, and troubleshooting the entire network.
  • Outdoor Wi-Fi
    • XV2-2T0/1 outdoor Wi-Fi 6 access points with high-efficiency antennas deliver service up to 1 km, saving significant cost by reducing equipment and installation requirements.
    • XE3-4TN outdoor Wi-Fi 6/6E access points have a tri-radio design for high performance and support 6 GHz using software-defined radios.
  • Fixed Wireless Infrastructure
    • Mesh, point-to-point, and point-to-multipoint networks can be created with Cambium’s 60 GHz, 6 GHz, or 5 GHz fixed wireless solutions to deliver multi-Gbps backhaul and distribution for outdoor Wi-Fi networks at 20% or less of the cost and time of trenching fiber or cable networks.
  • Switching
    • cnMatrix EX-series indoor and ruggedized TX-series switching solutions include automated provisioning and policy enforcement that simplifies end-to-end network configuration and ongoing moves, adds, and changes.
  • Security
    • NSE 3000 Network Service Edge (NSE) technology delivers advanced SD-WAN, security, and network services for the network – all fully managed and controlled as part of a single framework.

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About Cambium Networks

Cambium Networks enables service providers, enterprises, industrial organizations, and governments to deliver exceptional digital experiences and device connectivity with compelling economics. Our ONE Network platform simplifies management of Cambium Networks’ wired and wireless broadband and network edge technologies. Our customers can focus more resources on managing their business rather than the network. We make connectivity that just works.

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The recent approval of Cambium Networks’ ePMP 6 GHz platform in the United States and Canada marks a pivotal moment in the evolution of fixed wireless technology. This approval not only opens new opportunities for service providers to profitably grow their business but also brings several key technical advantages to the forefront of wireless broadband communication. Here, we explore the significance of the 6 GHz band in fixed wireless, emphasizing Cambium Networks’ approach to making it both high performance and cost effective.

Why 6 GHz Matters in Fixed Wireless

The 6 GHz band offers 850 MHz of unlicensed spectrum in the US and more in Canada, which is a substantial addition to the existing wireless landscape. With the ePMP platform, and soon the PMP 450v, this spectrum can leverage wide channels, up to 160 MHz, higher modulations, enabling the delivery of gigabit speeds to the edge of the network. Such capacity is crucial for meeting the increasing demand for high-speed internet, particularly in underserved and rural areas.

In many parts of North America, the 5 GHz spectrum has become congested and service providers’ existing towers have exhausted available channels. The new 6 GHz spectrum allows an overlay of new channels in the same geographies. With the less-congested 6 GHz spectrum, operators have the option to migrate existing customers to cleaner channels as well as add new subscribers where they were previously at maximum capacity. The return on investment with 6 GHz deployments will come with new subscribers, higher speed service offerings and ultimately lower churn and more satisfied customers.

Cambium Networks’ Affordable and Cost-Effective Approach

At Cambium Networks, we recognize that affordability and cost-effectiveness without sacrificing performance are critical for the widespread adoption of new technologies. Here’s how we ensure our 6 GHz solutions are accessible and economically viable:

  1. Scalability and Interference Mitigation: High modulations (up to 4096 QAM) and wide channels (40/80/160 MHz) enable high-speed packages. This scalability ensures that service providers can offer high-quality service without significant increases in operational costs.

    Just as important as the scalability of the technology is the financial viability of the solution. Service providers can cost-effectively deploy ePMP 4600 from large towers to hundreds of subscribers or to MicroPOPs with just a few subscribers, and everything in between.
  2. Efficient Use of Spectrum: The ePMP 4600 is based on the proven ePMP air interface with more than 4 million radios deployed globally during the past 10+ years. ePMP layers unique capabilities on top of the 802.11ax standard to optimize cost effectiveness and performance, specifically for WISPs. Features include the air fairness algorithm, TDD synchronization, SmartQoS, OFDMA, UL/DL MU-MIMO and frame optimization. These innovations enhance over-the-air efficiency and ensure optimal use of the available spectrum, reducing the need for additional infrastructure investments. In addition, Cambium’s QoE (Quality of Experience) software platform can be added to maximize customer satisfaction and minimize churn while deferring capital expenditures on backhaul.
  3. Automated Frequency Coordination (AFC): Our equipment includes built-in AFC, simplifying the process for service providers. The AFC ensures that our radios operate on channels that do not interfere with incumbent licensed microwave radio operators in 6 GHz. Cambium includes this service at no extra cost and takes care of all interfaces to the AFC, further reducing the total cost of ownership (TCO).
  4. Reusing Existing Infrastructure: The propagation characteristics of 6 GHz vs. 5 GHz are similar, allowing service providers to reuse existing tower infrastructure. This compatibility significantly lowers deployment costs and accelerates time-to-market for new services. With a very low capital investment, service providers can overlay any existing 5 GHz deployments (ePMP 3000, ePMP 4500, PMP 450, or even products from other suppliers) with 6 GHz. The ePMP 4500 provides an especially elegant migration from previous generations of ePMP. With the overlay in place, operators can move the highest data consumers and most critical business customers to the spectrum where they can get the best results without a complete rip and replace. By taking advantage of 6 GHz clean spectrum, they leave the higher link budgets of 5 GHz for those customers that need that additional range.
  5. Comprehensive Management Tools: Our solutions come with robust management tools such as cnMaestro for centralized cloud management and LINKPlanner or cnHeat for network planning. These tools streamline operations, reduce truck rolls, and improve the overall quality of service.

The Broader Impact of 6 GHz Deployment

Deploying 6 GHz fixed wireless technology has far-reaching implications. For one, it democratizes high-speed internet access, bringing gigabit services to remote and rural areas that have traditionally been underserved. This can drive economic growth, improve education and healthcare services, and enhance the quality of life for residents in these regions. In many environments, the rollout of these high-speed services can happen faster and be more cost effective than fiber.


Today, WISPs and enterprise network operators are beginning to deploy 6 GHz networks commercially. The proven economic scalability of the ePMP 6 GHz platform delivers fast return on investment and low ongoing TCO. Cambium Networks’ ePMP 6 GHz platform is more than just a technological milestone; it represents a significant step forward in making high-speed wireless internet accessible and affordable. Our commitment to cost-effective solutions, efficient spectrum utilization, and single-pane-of-glass management tools ensures that service providers can confidently expand their networks and deliver exceptional connectivity to their customers.

The ePMP 6 GHz platform is part of Cambium Networks ONE Network portfolio of solutions enabling service providers to profitably grow their business by selecting the right technology for the right job.

As we move forward, the 6 GHz band will play a crucial role in bridging the digital divide and driving the next generation of wireless communication. Cambium Networks is proud to be at the forefront of this transformation, providing the tools and technology necessary to build a connected future.

For more information on our 6 GHz solutions and to explore how you can benefit from this groundbreaking technology, visit our website or contact your local Cambium Networks representative.

Global Defense & Security partners deliver mission-critical broadband connectivity solutions that perform in highly demanding environments.

HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill., May 14, 2024 – Cambium Networks (NASDAQ: CMBM), a leading global provider of broadband networking solutions, today announced that its fixed wireless infrastructure solutions continue to evolve and support broadband applications for national defense, federal and civilian agencies, public safety, and national law enforcement. Cambium Networks delivers field-proven wireless connections for military battlefield, border, garrison and infrastructure deployments.

“While secure communication is always essential, the importance of mission-critical defense communications in particular has greatly increased,” says Morgan Kurk, CEO of Cambium Networks. “Government agencies need communications that are secure, reliable, and provide necessary bandwidth. The variety of Global Defense & Security contracts recently secured highlights just how many programs depend on Cambium Networks for critical communications.”

In the second half of 2023, Cambium Networks GDS was awarded contracts in government, defense and security, including:

In the second half of 2023, Cambium Networks also launched a series of new products and updates targeted for the Global Defense & Security market, including Cambium Networks’ PTP 700 Beam Steering Outdoor Unit with integrated smart antenna, which was launched during the Association of the U.S. Army Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.

About Cambium Networks

Cambium Networks enables service providers, enterprises, industrial organizations, and governments to deliver exceptional digital experiences and device connectivity with compelling economics. Our ONE Network platform simplifies management of Cambium Networks’ wired and wireless broadband and network edge technologies. Our customers can focus more resources on managing their business rather than the network. We deliver connectivity that just works.

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Essential for Regulatory Compliance: The ePMP Force 4625 Subscriber Module must be deployed with the GPS UPS Receiver and Antenna Kit (part number N000940L001A). This GPS Receiver—commonly referred to as the “puck”—is vital for adhering to regulatory standards. The GPS puck is essential for Automatic Frequency Coordination (AFC), ensuring that devices provide precise location information ensuring operation within the 6 GHz spectrum without causing interference to incumbent 6 GHz license holders. This compliance is not just a technical requirement but a regulatory necessity, as only the GPS pucks specified by Cambium Networks are FCC certified with the ePMP Force 4625 Subscriber Module. Note that for the Force 4625 subscriber module the GPS Receiver must be purchased separately. For the ePMP 4600 and ePMP 4600L Access Points and for the Force 4600C Subscriber Module, a GPS receiver is built into the radio and an external antenna is included in the box.

Enhanced Network Performance: The puck enables precise geolocation services. This capability is crucial for optimizing network performance by allowing the system to make informed decisions about frequency allocation and power levels based on the exact location of each subscriber module. This is especially important in environments where interference potential is high, ensuring reliable and efficient network operation.

What Does It Do?

Real-Time Geolocation Tracking: The GPS puck provides real-time geolocation tracking by sending coordinates to the AFC every 24 hours. This data helps manage the 6 GHz spectrum efficiently, ensuring that each device operates within its allowed frequencies to minimize interference and maximize bandwidth utilization.

Is the GPS Puck Reliable?

Designed for Durability: The design of the GPS puck includes protection against environmental factors such as water exposure, which could lead to corrosion. The device’s IP55 rating indicates a robust design that resists dust and moisture, mitigating the risk of rust. Additionally, preventive measures like applying silicon gel can be used to further protect against corrosion.

Why Can’t You Just Use Any GPS Receiver?

Certification and Compatibility: The specific GPS puck used with the ePMP Force 4625 is the only one that has been certified by the FCC for use with this subscriber module. Using a non-certified GPS receiver is not in compliance with FCC regulations and can lead to operational failures. Cambium Networks ensures that its GPS pucks meet all necessary standards and are fully supported, unlike third-party alternatives which may not guarantee compatibility or performance.

What Are the Future Implications?

Adaptability and Evolution: Cambium Networks is actively exploring future enhancements which may eliminate the need for this external device. This approach reflects a commitment to keeping costs as low as possible without compromising on performance or reliability.

As the regulatory landscape and technology evolve, Cambium Networks’ proactive stance ensures that their devices not only meet current standards but are also poised to adapt to future changes, providing value and high performance to all stakeholders.

NSE 3000 is a SD-WAN, security and network service delivery device. Not only is it a high-performance UTM device, but it also provides a lot of value addition with features like DNS filtering, LAN vulnerability assessment and IoT and device discovery. Now, Cambium Networks offers a complete networking stack with a Wi-Fi, switching and security portfolio; everything is managed using single-pane-of-glass network management, cnMaestro. Cambium’s ONE Network provides an enterprise-grade networking solution with greater ease of configuration, management, performance and reliability. What we offer is what we deliver!

In the ever-changing field of network infrastructure, adaptability and scalability are essential to address the evolving requirements of enterprises. With organizations expanding and technology advancing, the need to enhance network capabilities becomes crucial. We’ll explore the substantial enhancements made to NSE 3000, including increases in device limit, site-to-site virtual private network (VPN) tunnel count, VLAN support and the number of TCP connections. These features will allow NSE 3000 to be deployed in vertical markets such as Education, Distributed Businesses and Retail.

Device Limit Scaling

NSE serves as a frontline defense against cyber threats, making it a critical component of network security. By scaling the device support limit from 300 to 1000, we enhance a network’s capacity to handle increased traffic and accommodate a growing number of devices. This upgrade ensures robust protection for the network, applications and data. It also safeguards against potential security breaches and unauthorized access attempts.

Site-to-Site VPN Tunnel Scaling

In today’s interconnected world, VPNs play a crucial role in enabling secure communication and data exchange between remote locations. By increasing the site-to-site VPN tunnel count from 16 to 100, we empower organizations to establish secure connections between multiple sites, remote offices and cloud environments. This expansion enhances collaboration, data sharing and business continuity while maintaining the confidentiality and integrity of transmitted data and implementation of NSE 3000 in distributed enterprises.

VLANs Support Scaling

VLANs provide network segmentation and isolation, facilitating efficient traffic management and enhancing security. Expansion of VLAN support from 16 to 128 provides a greater flexibility in network design and configuration, allowing to segregate traffic, optimize performance, and enforce access control policies more effectively. This upgrade enables one to accommodate the diverse needs of organizations and adapt to evolving network requirements.

TCP Connection Limit Scaling

TCP connections form the backbone of communication over the internet, facilitating reliable data exchange between devices. By increasing the number of TCP connections from 64k to 256k, we have enhanced scalability, improved network performance, and ensured that our system can handle higher levels of concurrent connections without experiencing congestion or degradation in services. This enhancement enhances user experience, reduces latency, and ensures seamless connectivity across various applications and services.

All these enhancements are available to all the existing NSE customers on the same appliance at no additional cost. These significant upgrades—including scaling up device limit support, expanding site-to-site VPN tunnel count, boosting VLAN support and increasing TCP connections—signify our commitment to enhancing network scalability, performance and security. 

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New collaboration enables solution providers to take the pain out of delivering great Wi-Fi experiences in select European markets.

HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill., May 2, 2024 – Cambium Networks (NASDAQ: CMBM), a leading global provider of networking solutions, today announced a strategic partnership with Exertis Enterprise, a global technology distributor and specialist service provider. While the partnership also includes activities in the NORDIC and UK/Ireland regions, the primary emphasis will be on leveraging Exertis Enterprise’s strong distribution channels within the DACH and Benelux areas to enhance access to Cambium’s ONE Network for enterprise solutions. With this offering, Exertis’ solution providers will have a compelling economic advantage over competitive alternatives. The single solution approach, spanning from the WAN edge to LAN to end devices, reduces costs and increases reliability and security through automation and AI analytics across the entire network stack. Complementing the offering is a partner program delivering more opportunities for higher margins, increased revenue, and reduced risk for its top-tier partners.

“Through our partnership with Exertis Enterprise, we’re poised to enable our network solution providers to profitably deliver excellent online experiences at aggressive prices,” stated Bryan Hall, Distribution Channel Account Director – EMEA of Cambium Networks. “Exertis Enterprise’s strong foothold in the DACH and BENELUX regions, along with their extensive network across Europe, perfectly positions Cambium Networks to offer our economically compelling wireless solutions to a broader market.”

Ideal markets for this solution include hospitality, multi-family living/build-to-rent, education (primary and higher education), retail, warehouse and logistics, and outdoor industrial operations, such as energy and mining. For organizations with multiple sites, providers can realize significant savings for their customers with private WAN access (VPN) and redundant links using commercial circuits. In addition, providers can offer “wireless fiber” links for campus deployments, avoiding the cost and disruption of trenching fiber. For densely crowded venues such as conference centers, large classrooms, or outdoor events, the low number of Cambium radios required means significant savings in cabling and other network infrastructure.

Gone are the days of manually configuring ports, spending hours troubleshooting or worrying about random security gaps. With the Cambium solution, all elements are deployed and managed from an intelligent, single pane of glass:

  • cnMaestro™  Network Management solution includes multi-tenancy enabling managed Wi-Fi providers to easily serve many clients.
  • Network Services Edge consolidates network services, security gateway, and WAN access into a single appliance integrated into the cloud-based cnMaestro.
  • cnMatrix ethernet switches include hardened versions for outdoor campus deployments.
  • “Wireless fiber” using point-to-point or point-to-multipoint fixed wireless (5, 6, and 60 GHz) with ePMP™, cnWave, or Bridge-in-a-Box easily mounted on light poles or sides of buildings.
  • Full range of indoor and outdoor enterprise Wi-Fi access points including high-density radios and exceptional outdoor performance at long ranges.

“We are thrilled to announce an exciting collaboration between Exertis Enterprise and Cambium Networks. As a trusted industry leader, Cambium Networks brings a wealth of experience in internal and external Wi-Fi, switching, security, and fixed wireless broadband technologies, all centrally managed with the cnMaestro system. Cambium’s expertise perfectly aligns with our existing vertical and enterprise portfolios, and we’re confident that this partnership will enhance our offerings and improve the experience for our valued customers in the European continent,” said Nick Powling, Commercial Director at Exertis Enterprise. “Together, we’ll connect possibilities.”

Top-tier partners in the Cambium ConnectedPartner program receive exceptional support from the local sales teams as well as programmatic benefits such as deal protection, volume-based discounts, and marketing support.

To experience the power of Cambium’s ONE Network, which includes managing the full stack from a single pane of glass, check out an interactive demo here

About Cambium Networks:
Cambium Networks enables service providers, enterprises, industrial organizations, and governments to deliver exceptional digital experiences, and device connectivity, with compelling economics. Our ONE Network platform simplifies management of Cambium Networks wired and wireless broadband and network edge technologies. Our customers can focus more resources on managing their business rather than the network. We make connectivity that just works.

About Exertis Enterprise:
Exertis Enterprise is a leading distributor of enterprise technology solutions, renowned for delivering innovative services for the digital age across Europe. Our emphasis on quality, reliability, and superior customer service aims to provide exceptional value and support. For more information, visit our website at Exertis Enterprise.

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A fun game I like to play is what I call the cocktail party game.

You’re at a party and you meet someone new and they invariably ask, “oh hi what do you do?”

I could say something fancy like, “I help close the digital divide.” But since I am not in politics, and I don’t work for the FCC, I usually say, “I am in sales, and I help folks in rural areas get internet.”

“Oh, how do you do that.” “Oh, we provide fiber technology, and we also put radios on towers, and they connect to a little dish thing on the side of your house, so you don’t need cable.” “Oh, that’s really cool.”

Yes, it is pretty cool. As we all know, our small world of WISPs is under a lot of pressure. Vendors like Cambium are also under pressure. It’s during the harder times that we must reflect as to why we got into this in the first place.

I have been in telecom sales in one way or another for the last 33 years. If you know what V.35 or SNA is, you might be as old as I am! But in some ways the last 6+ years have been the most fun. It’s because I get to work with entrepreneurs, CEO’s and CTOs of small (relative to big guys like AT&T) providers. Our industry is not far removed from its hobbyist roots. Guys and gals who just wanted to get internet for themselves and their neighbors.

The internet today is a utility like electricity and water. You can’t really live without it. It if wasn’t for the WISP community, a lot of folks might have to move just so their kids could do their homework, or they could work from home, and of course play games, watch TV, or scroll Instagram.

So hopefully this blog helps you reminisce on why we are all doing this, while we fill out the BDC report to the FCC or the myriad of things that are the less glamorous parts of the job.

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HOFFMAN ESTATES, Ill., April 2, 2024 — Cambium Networks Corporation (“Cambium Networks”) (NASDAQ: CMBM), a leading provider of wireless networking infrastructure solutions, today announced the appointment of Jacob Sayer as Chief Financial Officer, effective April 8, 2024.  He will be responsible for Cambium’s financial strategies and will lead the global finance organization, including planning, treasury, tax, reporting, and investor relations. Jacob will succeed John Becerril, who is currently acting CFO following the January 2024 departure of Andrew Bronstein. John will remain as Cambium’s Global Controller and principal accounting officer. 

Mr. Sayer brings a wealth of finance, operational, and strategic planning experience to Cambium Networks, most recently with a variety of challenging finance and business unit CFO roles at $9 billion enterprise value NYSE-listed industrial technology company Sensata Technologies Holding plc. Jacob has experience in business and financial strategy and financial operations, as well as acquisition integration and transformation. He brings a proven track record of driving strong financial results and instilling financial and operational discipline.

Mr. Sayer’s roles at Sensata Technologies included Vice President, Finance – Investor Relations from April 2020 to March 2024; Vice President, CFO, Industrial, Aerospace and Heavy Vehicle Business Units from January 2019 to April 2020; Vice President, CFO, Automotive Sensors Business Unit from January 2016 to January 2019; Treasurer and Vice President Investor Relations from November 2014 to January 2016; and Vice President of Investor Relations and Global Communications from May 2012 to November 2014.  From 2009 to 2012, Mr. Sayer was Vice President, Corporate Development, Treasurer and Investor Relations at Avago Technologies Ltd. (now part of Broadcom Inc.). Prior to that, Mr. Sayer held various investment banking roles at multiple firms, including UBS Investment Bank; Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette International; Cowen & Company; and Merrill Lynch & Co. Mr. Sayer holds a B.S. in Mathematics and Economics from Tulane University, and an M.B.A. from the University of California, Berkeley, Haas School of Business.

“We are excited to welcome Jacob to Cambium Networks,” said Morgan Kurk, Cambium Networks Chief Executive Officer. “His experience in financial operations, coupled with a strategic mindset will help provide the leadership needed to deliver profitable growth, create operational efficiency, and value for our shareholders. I am thrilled to welcome Jacob to the Cambium Networks team.” 

“I also want to express my thanks and gratitude to John Becerril for his leadership during his time as interim CFO,” said Mr. Kurk. “John has been a steadying influence while leading the finance organization over the past quarter, contributing to our evolving financial strategy and maintaining rigor for the company. I truly appreciate his willingness to step up, his council, his contributions, and his commitment to Cambium Networks.” 

About Cambium Networks

Cambium Networks enables service providers, enterprises, industrial organizations, and governments to deliver exceptional digital experiences, and device connectivity, with compelling economics. Our ONE Network platform simplifies management of Cambium Networks wired and wireless broadband and network edge technologies. Our customers can focus more resources on managing their business rather than the network. We make connectivity that just works.

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VP Investor & Industry Analyst Relations
Cambium Networks
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