Fixed Wireless Today: Updates and Opportunities
Sponsored by Ericsson
Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 2 PM (ET) / 1 PM (CT)
Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) has recently emerged as a way for wireline operators to rapidly and economically provide improved broadband service to their customers, as well as expand services to new customers. So, what has happened with FWA recently? The reality is that the four driving factors of FWA continue to become more compelling:
- Broadband demand – demand for broadband continues to increase, especially with COVID-19 driving remote education and work
- Government investment – additional government funding is being put in place
- New spectrum – new mid-band spectrum is now available including CBRS, with Priority Access Licenses (PAL) being auctioned to provide greater predictability
- Technology advances – new technologies, such as LTE Advanced and Massive MIMO, are proving themselves in real FWA broadband networks
In this webinar, sponsored by Ericsson, you’ll learn more about these updates and how this combination of factors has created a strong business case for FWA.
Join us to learn more about what’s new with FWA, as well as strategies to make your implementation more profitable and successful.
Ravindra Dongre is Director of Network Solutions at Ericsson, North America. He has over 19 years of experience in Telecom domain and expertise in areas of Solutions Development, Pre-sales Support, Consulting, New Product Introduction, Managed Services, Product Management, Systems Engineering, Program Management & Software Development. He has master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Texas, Certificate in Leadership from Southern Methodist University of Dallas and an active PMP Certification from PMI.
Keith Chris is a Sales Director with Ericsson, North America. He has over 30 years’ experience in telecom and began his career as a Systems Engineer at Marconi.
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