ePMP: The New Standard in 5GHz Wireless Broadband Connectivity

ePMP: The New Standard in 5GHz Wireless Broadband Connectivity

 

Available On Demand
Duration 60min
Speakers
Tim Kridel
Contributing Analyst
Heavy Reading
Tim Kridel
Tim Kridel is a contributing analyst to Heavy Reading, where his recent reports include mobile video conferencing, M2M, LTE RF design, cognitive radio and TV white spaces. He began covering wireless technology in 1998 as a staff writer and subsequently technology editor at Wireless Review, where he wrote about RF and SS7 engineering. In 2000, he joined The Net Economy, where he covered the technology and business strategy behind cellular, Wi-Fi and other wireless technologies.

As an independent analyst, Kridel has covered the wireless industry for Current Analysis, Frost & Sullivan, iGR , In-Stat and Probe Research. Since 2003, he’s also covered digital signage, video conferencing and other commercial audio-video technologies for AV Technology, InAVate, InfoComm, Pro AV and Sound & Video Contractor.

Kridel is a graduate of the University of Missouri. He's based in Columbia, Mo., and can be reached at tim (at) timkridel (dot) com. For his full bio, visit www.timkridel.com.
Scott Imhoff
Vice President of Product Management
Cambium Networks
Scott Imhoff
Scott is the Vice President of Product Management for Cambium Networks, Ltd., with global responsibility for the planning, development and delivery of communications solutions for all markets. Prior to his current role, Scott served as the Vice President of Global Partner Development, focusing on Cambiums commercial relationships with radio access network providers, microwave transport manufacturers, and other partners with a trans-regional footprint. In this capacity Scott assisted Cambium’s partners in incorporating sub-6 GHz fixed PTP and PMP wireless broadband technologies into their broader portfolio to better serve their Service Provider, Industrial Communications, Critical Infrastructure, and Defense customers.

Scott was the Director of Product Management and Customer Solutions for Cambium Networks and Motorola Solutions microwave radio portfolio. In that capacity he led the development and execution of their microwave product and market development initiatives, including extending the portfolio beyond the 5 GHz unlicensed wireless Ethernet point-to-point microwave market to include solutions in 4 GHz and 6-38 GHz. Serving a broad range of industries including defense, public safety, petrochem, rail and telecommunications; the solutions enabled ranged from simple building-to-building connectivity, to enabling broadband access to the underserved, to large scale highly redundant networks carrying mission critical traffic.

Scott brings to his role a diverse technology background having worked in the Voice and Data Security, CRM Enterprise Software Application, and Wireless Broadband Data markets; and has held a variety of roles in those markets including sales, product management, marketing management, operations and business development.

Scott holds a BS in Economics from Iowa State University and a MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.
 
Brian E. Magnuson
President/ CEO
Cascade Networks
Brian E. Magnuson
 
Andreas Wiatowski
Director / CEO
Silo Wireless Inc.
Andreas Wiatowski

Thirty percent of American adults don’t have broadband, and the amount is far higher in many other countries. That’s an enormous opportunity for wireless Internet service providers (WISPs), but only if they choose a solution that maximizes ROI even in sparsely populated areas or those with price-sensitive demographics.

A new webinar – “ePMP: The New Standard in 5GHz Wireless Broadband Connectivity” – covers the principal business and technological aspects that WISPs and other service providers should consider when using 5 GHz to target underserved and un-served consumers, as well as enterprise applications. Please join us on November 14 at 12:00pm ET.

- How Cambium Networks’ ePMP solution provides an industry-leading combination of scalability, reliability and performance for wireless service providers (WISPs) and enterprises.

- Why GPS sync is critical for providing the best quality and reliability at a low cost.

- How to maximize your ROI using Cambium Networks’ ePMP solution.

- Components of the ePMP solution and design considerations for building the most efficient network.

The webinar’s speakers include executives from two service providers who will share hands-on insights into the wireless broadband opportunity and how ePMP enabled them to capitalize on it.

Register Now!

Already a member? Login