Thursday, 16 August 2018

Fixed Wireless: The new standard for broadband?

Written by Steve Collins, Chief Technology Officer, NetComm Wireless
Wednesday 28 March 18

One of my colleagues raised an interesting point about the title of my upcoming panel discussion at Gigabit Access in Brussels.  The session is titled - Fixed Wireless: The new standard for broadband?   Her comment was: “That should be a statement – not a question.”    2017 was a “watershed moment” for Fixed Wireless. The network access technology that was initially developed for mobile phones is being used to connect the unconnected, and is now attracting a significant amount global attention for the broadband use case as the ramifications of 5G begin to be understood…

One of my colleagues raised an interesting point about the title of my upcoming panel discussion at Gigabit Access in Brussels.  The session is titled - Fixed Wireless: The new standard for broadband?   Her comment was: “That should be a statement – not a question.”    2017 was a “watershed moment” for Fixed Wireless. The network access technology that was initially developed for mobile phones is being used to connect the unconnected, and is now attracting a significant amount global attention for the broadband use case as the ramifications of 5G begin to be understood…

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