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Who will build and pay for the edge?
December 18, 2019
There is broad industry consensus on the need and value of the edge, but it is still uncertain how the move to distributed networks will unfold, especially in the enterprise, alongside the rise of IoT and private networks. Who will build and pay for the edge infrastructure?  Both the enterprise and service providers may try to position themselves to dominate the edge infrastructure, but it is more likely, more efficient and cost effective for them to share the helm of the edge and build new and deeper working and financial relationships than they have been able to do until now.
Enabling the wireless enterprise with ultra-low latency and high reliability
December 17, 2019
Does the enterprise need the high reliability and ultra-low latency that 5G and Wi-Fi 6 can bring? Which applications need URLLC? And can the enterprise afford the cost of URLLC?
TIP Summit 2019 panel on the 60GHz mmWave opportunity
December 17, 2019
Watch the panel from the TIP Summit 2019 on the 60 GHz mmWave opportunity for FWA with Cambium, Radwin and Siklu
CBRS: Learning to listen to the enterprise
December 11, 2019
CBRS gives the enterprise the opportunity to move beyond Wi-Fi and increase the depth and width of their wireless infrastructure. For CBRS to succeed, the ecosystem has to develop solutions that meet the enterprise’s needs, culture, and expectations. I talked with Caroline Chan at Intel, about how we can learn more from the enterprise and how this can help the ecosystem fine tune how to work with the enterprise.
CBRS 101 for the enterprise
November 3, 2019
CBRS offers enterprises an unprecedented opportunity to deploy private cellular networks on premises. But many enterprises are still trying to figure out what CBRS can do for them – and how it is different from what other technologies can do. Monica Paolini, Senza Fili, takes off her analyst hat and asks Dave Wright, CBRS Alliance what CBRS has to offer to the enterprise.
How did the FCC take CBRS off the ground?
November 3, 2019
CBRS is highly innovative approach to spectrum regulation that can be a blueprint for other multi-tier, shared-access models that can be used in other bands and in other countries. CBRS encourages a more efficient way to use – and re-use – spectrum, and new business models for both service providers and enterprises. The FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly tells us about how the FCC settled how the FCC created CBRS.
CBRS makes it easier for the enterprise to deploy private LTE networks
November 3, 2019
Does CBRS make private LTE networks more attractive and manageable to the enterprise? Does it meet the enterprise performance, reliability and security requirements for IoT applications? We talked to Catherine Melquist, NetNumber about how CBRS private networks can reduce the complexity of public cellular networks without compromising the performance.
Will AI weaken or strengthen wireless security?
October 29, 2019
AI will both create new vulnerabilities and become a powerful tool to fight security threats, and the challenge is to integrate AI carefully to avoid the first and benefit from the second. In this blog, we explore how AI, ML and automation will change the approach to security in wireless networks.
OnGo modules accelerate and widen CBRS support in IoT devices
September 17, 2019
OnGo modules widen the range of devices that support IoT applications in CBRS networks, as the first CBRS networks are being deployed. Watch or read the conversation with Mickael Batariere, Sequans, talked about how CBRS modules will accelerate the deployment of IoT applications.
Taking CBRS inside the enterprise
September 17, 2019
How does CBRS fit in the enterprise, how does it complement public cellular and Wi-Fi networks, and how are business models evolving to meet the needs of the wireless enterprise? Watch or read the conversation between Art King, Corning, and Monica Paolini, Senza Fili talked about the role of CBRS in the enterprise.