Content tagged with Fixed Wireless Access
posted in August 2021
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Ericsson, Mediacom partner to deliver FWA in rural US
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8/31/2021   Post a comment
The Ericsson RAN solutions allow Mediacom to offer FWA high-speed Internet services up to nine miles from each tower location.
Nokia, Safaricom, UNICEF connect primary schools to the Internet across Kenya
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8/17/2021   Post a comment
Deployment of Nokia FastMile 4G FWA broadband connects 90 primary schools in primarily rural and disadvantaged urban areas.
Fixed wireless to provide nearly 200M connections by 2026
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8/16/2021   Post a comment
Mobile Experts has just released a new report forecasting significant growth for fixed wireless access (FWA) connections through 2026.
Anterix, Federated Wireless to offer integrated 900MHz/CBRS services for utility broadband networks
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8/11/2021   Post a comment
The new offering will facilitate utility access to a multi-band solution for grid communications deployment.
ABI Research: 5G FWA fastest-growing residential broadband segment
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8/11/2021   Post a comment
ABI Research reports 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) will be the fastest-growing residential broadband segment, exceeding 58 million subscribers in 2026.

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