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Coming soon | Utilities: CBRS opportunities and challenges

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NEW DATE: January 21, 2021 | 8 am PDT | 11 am EDT | 4 pm GMT | 5 pm CET


Ten utilities paid over a combined $174M (almost 4% of auction proceeds) to acquire Priority Access Licenses (PALs), the licenses to use CBRS spectrum. Broadband wireless networks could be transformative for their business and spectrum is a critical component that enables this transition.


In this Sparring Partners, Jeff Casey and Bruce Albright, Burns & McDonnell, join Chris Nicoll, Omdia, and Monica Paolini, Senza Fili, to discuss why CBRS licensed spectrum gives utilities the opportunity to use CBRS spectrum for multiple use cases – including enterprise and IoT applications, remote facilities monitoring and control, staff and vehicle connectivity, and new wide-area services to their customers, such as fixed wireless access. 



Jeff Casey, Strategy & Consulting Manager, Burns & McDonnell

Jeff Casey
Strategy and Consulting Manager 
Burns & McDonnell

Bruce Albright, 5G Solutions Manager, Burns & McDonnell

Bruce Albright
5G Solutions Manager 
Burns & McDonnell

Chris Nicoll, Omdia

Chris Nicoll
Senior Principal Analyst

Monica Paolini, Principal, Senza Fili

Monica Paolini
Senza Fili



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