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Google Chief Wireless Architect Touts CBRS as the Key for WiSPs to Transition Away from Part-90 3.65GHz networks to state-of-the-art LTE infrastructure. - Codium Networks
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Google Chief Wireless Architect Touts CBRS as the Key for WiSPs to Transition Away from Part-90 3.65GHz networks to state-of-the-art LTE infrastructure.

Google Chief Wireless Architect Touts CBRS as the Key for WiSPs to Transition Away from Part-90 3.65GHz networks to state-of-the-art LTE infrastructure.

Codium Networks Info-report

April 30th – 2020

Google’s Chief Wireless Architect, Preston Marshall who also chairs WinnForum and the CBRS Alliance appeared in a recent Competitive Carrier’s Association webinar and emphasized the importance of the new CBRS zero-cost 3.5GHz spectrum licenses, as the way forward for Wireless Internet Service Providers who need to transition their Fixed Wireless Access service away from their old Part-90 network.

β€œIt opens up the use of the same radio network and puts the wireless broadband industry essentially on the same path as the carrier 5G technology,” said Marshall. β€œI think this is a real opportunity to create a much more hybrid service than the stove-pipe that exists between fixed wireless and MNO operations today.”

CBRS, marketed under the brand OnGo is a new framework of rules set up by the FCC which allows among other things the use of zero-cost, fresh new spectrum in the 3.5GHz range; this enables the more budget constrained Internet Service Providers to roll-out the latest and most cost-effective LTE networks to cover their local subscriber markets.

If you’re a WiSP and are interested in finding out more about how you can apply for zero cost 3.5GHz spectrum and roll-out a low-cost, operationally friendly LTE network, with the option to later transition to 5G or to ofering cellular service, contact sales@codiumnetworks.com.

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