Keyword: Federated Wireless
Smaller regional operators are going to use the SAS from Google for their CBRS services.
Syniverse developed its own private LTE network at its headquarters in Tampa, Florida, to test the CBRS waters.
Connectivity Wireless and a number of partners are deploying a CBRS trial in New York’s Times Square.
Citing a long list of stakeholders, analysts at Wells Fargo Securities are telling investors that now is the time to pay attention to CBRS.
The success of the Citizens Broadband Radio Services (CBRS) band appears to be a foregone conclusion, but is it?
Boingo Wireless is asking the FCC for permission to conduct an in-building CBRS demo in Los Angeles next month.
One of the players in CBRS that hasn’t been making a lot of noise about its role as a SAS provider—until now—is Amdocs, which once was known for its wireless billing services but has since dug deeper into the network domain.
With CBRS entering the commercial phase, entities like Google are emphasizing products for the entire ecosystem, not just the SAS part.
The FCC gave the OK for Spectrum Access Systems (SASs) operated by Google, Federated Wireless, CommScope, Amdocs and Sony to begin their initial commercial deployments (ICD).
Apple’s new iPhone models support CBRS Band 48.