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Companies Team Up to Deliver Fixed Wireless Broadband Services Via CBRS ARLINGTON, Va. & ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill. – Federated Wireless, the leading shared spectrum technology provider, and Cambium Networks, a leading global provider of wireless networking solutions, today announced a partnership aimed at delivering Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) connectivity to Cambium Networks’ Fixed Wireless...
Joint platform integration to enable a fully API-driven solution for wireless connectivity Arlington, Va. and New York – February 21, 2019 — Taking the next step towards a developer-led model for wireless infrastructure, Federated Wireless and Packet today announced a joint “Wireless Test Kitchen” in Boston, MA that allows developers and Enterprises to programmatically build...
Company’s CBRS Deployment Momentum Signals Accelerated Industry Adoption, Fueled by Wide Range of Band 48 Devices Now Available Arlington, Va. – February 21, 2019 – Federated Wireless today announced the submission of a supplement to its Initial Commercial Deployment (ICD) application to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), expanding it to include planned deployments from 25...
Top Wireless Industry Executive to Work Alongside Federated Wireless Leadership as Company Commercializes CBRS in U.S. and Eyes Global Adoption of Shared Spectrum Model Arlington, Va. — February 5, 2019 – Federated Wireless, the leading shared spectrum technology provider, today announced the appointment of Steven Marshall as senior advisor to company leadership. In this...
Company Identifies the 3.7-4.2GHz, 3.45-3.55GHz, 3.1-3.45GHz, 5.925-7.125GHz, 37GHz, 26GHz, 70/80GHz and 4.9GHz Bands as Good Candidates for Sharing Arlington, VA – November 2, 2018 – Federated Wireless, the industry leading shared spectrum technology provider, outlined the benefits of applying the shared spectrum model to previously unavailable spectrum resources currently being evaluated by the Federal...
Company Executives to Share Insights on Value of CBRS to WISPs As Commercial Deployments Move Forward in 2018 Arlington, VA – October 8, 2018 – Federated Wireless, the leader in spectrum management software, today announced that it will be presenting on shared spectrum access over CBRS during several events at the 8th annual WISPAPalooza in...
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With milestones reached in the past 12 months, including seeing four-times the company’s expected revenue growth and reaching more than 70,000 active CBRS devices, Iyad Tarazi, CEO of Federated Wireless is thankful.
As 5G networks start to move towards the cloud, there will be expanded opportunities for many enterprises, smaller operators and other service providers to access network resources in an on-demand way.
Federated Wireless has opened a Spectrum Exchange to enable Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) Priority Access License (PAL) holders to lease under-utilized spectrum to third parties to supplement General Authorized Access (GAA) availability.
Federated Wireless, a company best known for a spectrum access system that enables shared use of the CBRS spectrum band, has now launched a spectrum exchange that allows licensees to lease CBRS band spectrum to other parties.
Federated Wireless, one of the pioneers in CBRS, today announced availability of its Spectrum Exchange, which allows CBRS license holders to lease their spectrum, when not in use, to third parties.
Last week Aruba Networks – a world leading provider of enterprise-grade Wi-Fi solutions – announced it has selected Federated Wireless to provide the AFC functionality required by law (in the US, Canada, and elsewhere) for 6 GHz Wi-Fi to operate at standard power outdoors and indoors.
This fast-paced webinar will touch on transitioning to Part 96 as well as the management of PALs and the impact on GAA users. We’ll also cover coastal deployments, evolving tools for spectrum planning, and more.
Discover various sources of funding WISPs may seek to access as they work to sustain and expand their service to the communities that rely on them. Hear speakers from WISPA, financial institutions and more.
This session will give an update from various regulators on how spectrum sharing has given or is giving them an option to make more spectrum available in the mid-band while protecting incumbent services.