Topic: Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)
American Tower is evaluating opportunities to leverage CBRS for more in-building private networks, as it prepares for a long-cycle evolution to 5G.
U.S. Cellular's CEO says it’s critical that the U.S. wireless industry get access to a significant amount of mid-band spectrum and do so quickly.
If Charter and Comcast were to build their own wireless networks, they could deploy strand-mounted small cells and use CBRS spectrum.
Smaller regional operators are going to use the SAS from Google for their CBRS services.
Both Comcast and Charter offload their MVNO traffic from Verizon’s network to their Wi-Fi hotspots. But Comcast has millions more hotspots.
Aurora Insight secured $18 million to map and measure spectrum.
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.
Burned by the commission’s prior decision to reject census tract-sized licenses for CBRS, the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association said it’s keeping a close eye on developments related to auction procedures for the band.