Private LTE will dominate CBRS indoor deployments during the next 5 years.

Private LTE deployments will dominate CBRS indoor deployments during the next 5 years. 200k CBRS radios/small cells are expected to be deployed for indoor networks...

Bridging Wi-Fi and 5G Towards a Converged RAN

5G, unlike previous generations of standards, will be more than just a cellular radio definition. Instead, it will be a broad platform which integrates...

AirTies can finally talk openly about Sky-Q hybrid mesh

Bulent Celebi, the ebullient chairman of AirTies Wireless Networks, has been talking to us about proprietary mesh networks and powerline as a spare backhaul...

Broadband Forum Contributing to Home Wi-Fi

We were privileged to speak with Robin Mersh, CEO of the Broadband Forum for the preparation of our upcoming report “From Managed Home Wi-Fi...

USA’s 28 GHz auction nets just $702m, next mmWave sale starts in March

The FCC’s first millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum auction may be seen as a milestone for 5G, because of the regulator’s leadership in getting these...

A Novel Approach to Tackling Home Wi-Fi Waste

Wi-Fi has become king in the home with an ever-increasing number and type of devices connected to Wi-Fi. Therefore, the need for a solid...

Managing Wi-Fi in the Distributed Enterprise

There are numerous distributed organizations  with dozen, hundreds or even thousands of remote locations, venues, branches, or sites reporting to one or more regional...

The impact of GDPR on Guest Wi-Fi

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a law that was adopted by the European parliament in April 2016 and will become enforceable...

Why we don’t think SON and WiFi have a great future together

Last week both Qualcomm and Quantenna have used the word SON, a convenient acronym stolen from LTE, in conjunction with WiFi. In our view,...

The 5G vs WiFi False Debate

There is a growing number of 5G skeptics that are engaging on a 5G vs WiFi false debate concluding that 5G is not needed...