March 22, 2017

The Convergence Towards Spectrum Sharing

By Adlane Fellah

Why spectrum sharing?

Commercial access and use of spectrum has traditionally been authorized in two ways: either through individual licenses or in accordance with license exempt (unlicensed or ‘commons’) rules. It is believed much of that spectrum is lightly used or even not used. At a time when most observers believe people, organizations and businesses will need vastly more Internet and communications capacity, that is a waste of scarce resources. To move incumbent users to a new frequency band is also a very costly and time consuming proposition. Thus, spectrum sharing offers a cheaper and quicker way to maximize use of scarce resources. Shared spectrum is likely to be used in several ways in the U.S market first to support 4G, and then likely in more-intensive forms as 5G is introduced.

What is your guest Wi-Fi DNA?

By Adlane Fellah

I have been tracking guest Wi-Fi platforms for over three years now and what amazes me the most is that I still hear new names of solution providers to date. As if there is an endless supply of suppliers. Some sources suggest there are more than 40 vendors in the market, which of course is simply not sustainable. This is a very confusing space from the perspective of the clients be them venues, brands or carriers.

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