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Editorial Report: Private Networks in 2022: Why Private 5G Networks Matter

This report, a companion to the Private Networks Forum, aggregates, analyzes and contextualizes the wide-ranging discussions from expert speakers, including technology buyers, sellers, policy makers and innovators tuning private networks to the unique needs of the vertical industries around the world.

Back for a second year – RCR Wireless News and Enterprise IoT Insights present the Private Networks Global Forum 2022

RCR Wireless News and Enterprise IoT Insights are proud to announce Cambridge Consultants, Intel, MulteFire Alliance, Nokia, Qualcomm, Viavi Solutions, Mavenir and One Layer as event sponsors for the 2nd annual Private Networks Global Forum, taking place virtually on May 24th.  This day-long virtual event...

Editorial Report: Industrial 5G Innovation: From setting standard to becoming standard

 Industrial 5G, capable of meeting the exacting performance requirements of mission- and business-critical applications, is continuing to evolve as relevant international organizations finalize standards for important features. As these standards are memorialized and then integrated into commercial products, what's the outlook for industrial 5G adoption,...

Editorial Webinar: Industrial 5G Innovation: From setting standard to becoming standard

Industrial 5G, capable of meeting the exacting performance requirements of mission- and business-critical applications, is continuing to evolve as relevant international organizations finalize standards for important features. As these standards are memorialized and then integrated into commercial products, what's the outlook for industrial 5G adoption,...

Editorial Report: The benefits of bringing 5G NR into unlicensed spectrum

LAA proved a major boom for operators looking to max out the capabilities of LTE networks. Similarly, MulteFire sparked significant interest in using cellular in unlicensed for private networking purposes. Now, as 5G is evolving and scaling, bringing the latest generation of cellular into unlicensed...

Editorial Webinar: The benefits of bringing 5G NR into unlicensed spectrum

LAA proved a major boom for operators looking to max out the capabilities of LTE networks. Similarly, MulteFire sparked significant interest in using cellular in unlicensed for private networking purposes. Now, as 5G is evolving and scaling, bringing the latest generation of cellular into unlicensed...

MulteFire 1.9 GHz Certification Program in Japan Advances LTE-Based Technology Operating in Unlicensed Spectrum

  At MWC Los Angeles last month, the MulteFire Alliance launched its first certification program, marking a critical step forward in the development of new LTE-based wireless networks operating in unlicensed and shared spectrum. The program is open to MulteFire Alliance members and their devices...

What’s next for 5G in unlicensed spectrum?

HANNOVER, Germany--LTE in unlicensed frequency bands came late in the development of that particular flavor of cellular, and standards body 3GPP was primarily focused on aggregating the 5 GHz band with licensed carriers, called License Assisted Access. Enter the MulteFire Alliance, a cross-industry consortium...

5G in shared and unlicensed spectrum

CBRS Alliance to work on 5G compatibility Around the world, the 3.5 GHz band has been tapped by operators as key mid-range 5G spectrum. In the U.S. that frequency, referred to as the Citizens Broadband Radio Service band, is set aside for LTE services. A...

Editorial Report Series: Making Industry Smarter – Supply Chain Logistics

The digital transformation of the supply chain and logistics sectors – a review of the strategies, technologies and stakes in play as the global supply chain industry seeks more sustainable and competitive ways to supply the world. UK-based global editor-in-chief editor James Blackman dives...

What’s the outlook for unlicensed spectrum and 5G NR?

3GPP working on 5G NR for 5 GHz and 6 GHz The use of unlicensed spectrum with LTE deployments has had a significant impact on the telecoms industry--operators can use Licensed Assisted Access to bolster network capacity and non-carrier interests can use MulteFire to operate...

MulteFire: Meeting Business-Critical Wireless Connectivity Requirements for Industrial IoT and Enterprise

  Learn more at the MulteFire Open Day – Bay Area, December 4 in San Jose The Internet of Things (IoT) will connect billions of devices but will require new approaches to wireless connectivity to meet the demands for capacity, coverage and reliability. Industrial IoT is...

Analyst Angle Report: The great indoors: In-building wireless is a must

IBW is taking off, driven by a convergence of technologies (small cells and CRAN, new DAS architectures, MEC, CBRS, MulteFire), connectivity needs (IoT, enterprise and venue applications, high-capacity/low-latency connectivity in venues), and business models (private networks, neutral hosts). This webinar looks at the evolution of...

Analyst Angle: The great indoors: In-building wireless is a must

IBW is taking off, driven by a convergence of technologies (small cells and CRAN, new DAS architectures, MEC, CBRS, MulteFire), connectivity needs (IoT, enterprise and venue applications, high-capacity/low-latency connectivity in venues), and business models (private networks, neutral hosts). This webinar looks at the evolution of...

MulteFire Webinar: The Business Case for MulteFire Technology: An Economic Analysis of Two Use Cases

As the mobile industry continues to develop at breakneck speed, new technologies, spectrum uses, and products are being developed to support new user requirements and use cases. Of the most important new developments is the emergence of MulteFire™ technology which allows the implementation of...

What is private LTE?

The private LTE market is expected to see significant growth over the next few years, according to a number of analysts' projections. So what is private LTE? What is private LTE? Private LTE, quite simply, is envisioned as standards-based Long Term Evolution networks designed to serve...

The future of wireless connectivity in stadiums

MulteFire and Wi-Fi will complement cellular connectivity For stadium owners and operators, as well mobile service providers, offering guests a premium experience, complete with seamless and robust wireless connectivity in an ultra-dense usage environment, is well worth the investment. But for stadiums, user requirements necessitate...

Understanding MulteFire for industrial IoT

MulteFire brings flexible business models for operator, venue or neutral host ownership As MulteFire gains industry traction and moves toward initial commercialization with an eye on enabling internet of things-type applications, let's take a look at some of the basics of the technology, as well...

MulteFire for industrial IoT and enterprise in-building use cases

Private LTE is a major MulteFire opportunity With the coming release of its 1.1 specification, the MulteFire Alliance has focused on the internet of things (IoT) as the market entry point for the emerging technology, which deploys LTE solely in unlicensed 5 GHz spectrum. Nokia...

How MulteFire will enable IoT for shipping

MulteFire 1.1 spec focused on private LTE for the internet of things With broad interest from industrial players who see private LTE as a big opportunity to take control of cellular needs and from operators looking to augment licensed spectrum holdings by deploying cellular in...

Right now the path forward for MulteFire is IoT

Boingo Wireless CTO provides an update on CBRS, MulteFire Derek Peterson, chief technology officer of Boingo Wireless, sees unlicensed and shared spectrum as a major opportunity for the telecom industry. The combination of CBRS and MulteFire allows for new entrants into the cellular market and...

How MulteFire enables private and neutral host LTE for the enterprise

Boingo Wireless CTO discusses MulteFire opportunity The ability to deploy LTE in all unlicensed spectrum significantly lowers the barrier to entry for enterprises looking to take control of their connectivity needs. Driven by the MulteFire Alliance, and with compatible equipment coming to market, MulteFire will...

MulteFire opens up neutral host role to venue owners

MulteFire deploys LTE solely in the unlicensed 5 GHz band Solving for in-building cellular connectivity is an increasingly pointed problem for venue owners. In the context of Class A real estate, tenants have to have strong, multi-carrier in-building cellular, but, in many cases, carriers aren't...

Nokia small cell release highlights MulteFire for private LTE

Unlicensed spectrum creates opportunity for carriers to add capacity and for enterprises to deploy private LTE networks For both voice and data connectivity, as well as support for internet of things-type devices, operators are working to keep up with insatiable and steadily-increasing demand for capacity....

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