Building on strategic partnerships with Charter Communications, American Tower and ARRIS, Federated Wireless continues to lead the wireless industry to CBRS commercialization, the company said.
The company has announced two important milestones in its charge to commercializing shared spectrum: the submission of its proposal for Initial Commercial Deployments on the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) spectrum band to the FCC, and the introduction of a new training program for Certified Professional Installers (CPI) of Citizens Broadband Radio Service Devices (CBSDs). Federated Wireless´ proposal for Initial Commercial Deployments and new CPI Training Program remove the final barriers to CBRS commercialization and signal broad industry adoption nationwide in Q4 2018.
Federated Wireless submitted a proposal for Initial Commercial Deployment to the FCC. The significant scale and scope of Federated Wireless´ proposal demonstrates widespread adoption by leaders spanning the wireless ecosystem.
Federated Wireless is also on track to deliver its dedicated nationwide ESC network in Q1 2019, allowing for full access to the entire 150 MHz of 3.5 GHz spectrum while delivering reliable 5 9´s service. This advanced industry technology is built on five years of development and is in the deployment stage now — another industry first signifying Federated Wireless´ unique focus on CBRS commercialization.
Federated Wireless offers the industry´s only end-to-end spectrum controller, enabling government and commercial users to securely share the same spectrum band. Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, Federated Wireless is removing the multi-billion dollar price tag associated with spectrum access, allowing for the creation of new wireless carriers and business models. www.federatedwireless.com.