How Faster Cellular Broadband Transforms SD-WAN Corporate Networking

As our businesses become more dependent on data and cloud-based file sharing, having an adequate connection with corporate resources is crucial for customers and employees alike. This connection has become essential during the COVID-19 pandemic, in which employees are being asked to work from home. Recently, broadband technology has made significant breakthroughs in incorporating 5G broadband speeds. […]

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Cellular in SD-WAN: Why It Matters

The cloud, big data, analytics, mobility, Internet of Things (IoT) and social collaboration are just some of the technologies unlocking unprecedented innovation and transforming every business operation aspect. However, for CIOs, this new development can be more of a headache than a blessing. Enterprises have long relied only on private networks to give their subsidiaries, […]

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The Benefits of Private LTE CBRS OnGo Networks

CBRS OnGo and the Private LTE Ecosystem Physically separated from macro networks, private LTE networks are used for specific IoT applications and services. These networks enhance connectivity for use cases such as healthcare centers, industrial sites and offshore rigs. Either a mobile network operator or a private company can operate a private LTE network. Private […]

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How to Bring 4G Gigabit Speed to Your IoT Networks

Why Is True 4G Gigabit LTE So Elusive? How to Bring Broadband Speed to Your IoT Networks Many organizations are wondering why the gigabit speeds that have been hyped for years still don’t seem to be within a broader reach for enterprise cellular devices. Despite the promises of many 4G LTE module manufacturers, whose spec […]

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Will IoT Devices Be Compatible with Private LTE and Private 5G?

Will IoT Manufacturers Produce Devices Compatible with Private LTE, Private 5G? Private LTE is a scaled-down version of the public cellular network with all the same components defined by 3GPP standards. It must abide by those standards, so it retains the look and feel of a public LTE network but covers a smaller, private area […]

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What Is Private LTE Network Architecture?

What Is Private LTE Network Architecture? Private LTE is a miniature version of a public LTE network and functions much like its macro cousin with similar user experience. However, private LTE networks cover a much smaller area. The data in them stays on the premises, offering a potential advantage for many enterprise verticals, especially those […]

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MCPTT over 5G: The Future of Mission-Critical Push-to-Talk Devices

The Evolution of Mission-Critical Push-to-Talk Networks: 5G’s Role in Public Safety Present events like the 2020 COVID-19 recovery and others over the past years — including the 9/11 attacks and hurricanes Katrina and Sandy — have highlighted the serious problem of interoperability with push-to-talk systems among first responders. Land Mobile Radio (LMR) systems often cannot […]

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5G Enhanced Mobile Broadband: Use Cases and Advantages

Enhanced Mobile Broadband: The Continuing Evolution of LTE The innovations 5G will bring to wireless technology have been defined in three broad categories under 3GPP’s SMARTER (Study on New Services and Markets Technology Enablers) project. One of these, enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), represents a continuing evolution from LTE, which can already provide mobile broadband speeds […]

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A Primer on Beamforming and Massive MIMO in 5G Technology

What Is Beamforming and Massive MIMO in 5G? The first wave of ultralow latency, high-speed 5G has already arrived. Standalone (SA) 5G networks were successfully tested in Asia and Europe last year. U.S. carriers are finally catching up with SA testing while deploying non-standalone (NSA) 5G in cities all over the country. Still, we are […]

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How to Avoid Private LTE Pitfalls

The Hidden Pitfalls of Private LTE Private LTE is gaining traction among organizations looking to support scalable, seamless, wireless connectivity for innovative use cases. To realize the full potential of the technology, however, you need a strategic approach. A successful implementation requires more than merely dropping new hardware into an existing system and walking away. […]

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