The Latest Cambium Networks News
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Cambium Networks is First to Market a Gigabit Outdoor Point to Point Solution Leveraging the 802.11ax Standard
ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill., Feb. 1, 2021 – Cambium Networks (NASDAQ: CMBM), a leading global provider of wireless networking solutions, today announced the new ePMP™ Force 400 series point to point system with gigabit speed fixed wireless connectivity in the Sub-6 GHz spectrum. Service providers and enterprises can rapidly extend connectivity and expand capacity without the cost of licensed spectrum, expensive subscriptions or trenching fiber.
Global Survey Finds Wireless Internet Service Providers Increasingly Optimistic Despite Pandemic
These insights were released as part of the results of Cambium’s fourth annual global survey, which was conducted among providers of high-speed connectivity in 58 countries between July and August 2020. The detailed survey explored a range of specific topics to assess the WISPs’ ability to meet increased customer demand for video, data, voice, and IT services to remain competitive.
Bringing Context and Awareness to Your Wi-Fi Network
Today, any mobile app that you use on your mobile device leverages device location to offer more contextual services. From getting directions to finding a local business or nearby services, location based services using device GPS capabilities work well outdoors. With a few exceptions, it has not been possible to replicate this experience indoors. The challenge has been the need for more robust data sets and a platform that can process this data, overlay with contextual information and apply deep learning. This is now possible with tight integration of Cambium Networks’ infrastructure in collaboration with Kloudspot’s situational awareness platform.
Wireless is the New Fiber – A Cambium Innovation
The future is always a bit uncertain, and today’s pace of change is unprecedented. Looking forward, I am sure that the future belongs to those who are innovating now. They are watching, listening and planning to adapt for whatever is to come.
McAllen, Texas Bridges the Digital Divide with Shared Spectrum CBRS Services from Federated Wireless and Cambium Networks
ARLINGTON, Va. and ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill. – SEPTEMBER 22, 2020 – The city of McAllen, Texas is deploying a shared spectrum CBRS wireless network with technology from private network pioneer Federated Wireless and Cambium Networks (NASDAQ: CMBM), a leading global provider of wireless networking solutions. The network gives the entire community of McAllen, Texas — including more than 23,000 K-12 students in the independent school district — access to internet connectivity.
Wireless Convergence Accelerates Education
COVID-19 has accelerated the urgency of eliminating the digital divide. Looking only at the pandemic’s impact on our children’s education, there is a worldwide need to expand access to broadband. Clearly, there are legitimate concerns about the economics of connecting the under-connected and unconnected. Recent trends in wireless technology have the potential to deliver high-capacity broadband at a fraction of the cost and time of trenching fiber. Access to the internet will be feasible for inner cities and rural areas.
CommScope CBRS Spectrum Access System Supports Cambium Networks Equipment
August 19, 2020 HICKORY, NC – CommScope and Cambium Networks (NASDAQ: CMBM) announced that CommScope’s Spectrum Access System (SAS) now supports fixed wireless broadband Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) equipment from Cambium.
Unify and Simplify: The Wireless Convergence of WAN and LAN
In June 2020, Cambium Networks announced new Wi-Fi 6 solutions, bringing multi-gigabit wireless local area networks (WLAN) to indoor networks. Soon, outdoor networks will be included under this multi-gigabit category. Cambium Networks’ Wi-Fi 6 portfolio is based on a software-defined, multi-radio architecture that increases Wi-Fi speeds while also reducing ownership costs by up to 30% compared to competitive products. These Wi-Fi access points, switches and enhanced cloud-based software are ideal for enterprises, office buildings, retailers, schools, apartments and smart cities.
Cambium Networks Highlights Service Provider Priorities for 60 GHz Deployment
ROLLING MEADOWS, IL, June 24, 2020 – Cambium Networks (NASDAQ: CMBM), a leading global provider of wireless networking solutions, today announced the results of its first Global Service Provider Survey on 60 GHz opportunities. Interest among service providers is high given the multi-gigabit speeds and increased user density that the technology provides. More than 800 responses from 82 countries reveal service providers’ leading priorities for 60 GHz deployment.