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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.
OnGo certification strengthens the CBRS ecosystem
September 17, 2019
As CBRS is ready to take off, the market needs equipment that is interoperable, performs as expects and complies with the specifications. Neeraj Patel, VP and GM, Software Services and Solutions at Radisys and Monica Paolini discuss how the CBRS Alliance OnGo certification program certification ensures that users can install CBRS equipment without having to…
CBRS will boost small cells and infrastructure sharing in the US
December 19, 2018
A conversation with Marko Babovic at Ericsson how CBRS will benefit the enterprise and how it will encourage growth in in-building small-cell networks in the US
Webinar: Is wireless changing the enterprise, or is the enterprise changing wireless?
October 7, 2018
Sparring Partners Is wireless changing the enterprise, or is the enterprise changing wireless? Debaters:  Monica Paolini, Principal, Senza Fili Chris Nicoll, Principal, Nicoll AssociatesSparring Partners  is a new engaging, interactive, and thought provoking discussion of current technology topics that is designed to provide insightful commentary on multiple sides of the issues. We do not bore you with slides…
Wireless in the enterprise: Nextivity
October 25, 2017
I talked to Werner Sievers, CEO at Nextivity, about how Nextivity strives to meet the requirements of the middleprise and of the operators trying to serve it.