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01 November 2017

- In a new survey, UK businesses say poor broadband has negatively impacted performance, but 56% have not switched provider

- 89% of companies state they would consider moving to wireless, highlighting the market opportunity for 5G fixed wireless

Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL), the market leader in licensed point-to-multipoint (PMP) microwave and millimetre wave, has today announced the results of its ‘UK Enterprise Broadband Index’. 

The survey of 200 businesses, conducted by market research firm Mobilesquared, highlights the gap between enterprise connectivity demands and the services they receive. Almost unanimously, 89% of UK businesses said they would consider switching to wireless broadband. 

03 October 2017

The City of Rzeszów, CBNL, and the European Commission’s network of Broadband Competence Offices (BCOs) have today published a new case study to showcase advanced use of 26GHz to deliver cutting-edge smart city connectivity.

The film profiles the EU-funded Metropolitan Telecommunication Network (MTN) in Rzeszów, a city with a population of 187,000 (including 95,000 students) and the largest economic, academic and cultural city in South East Poland.

The MTN, deployed using CBNL’s market leading point-to-multipoint (PMP) technology, has driven transformation improvements to key socio-economic hubs across Rzeszów through advanced use of 26GHz – a frequency assigned as a ‘pioneer band’ for 5G by the EU.

 
05 September 2017

- Collaboration to drive millimetre wave innovation and 5G technology development

Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL), the market leader in licensed point-to-multipoint (PMP) microwave and millimetre wave, today announced that it has become a member of the 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC) at the University of Surrey. 

The company joins a growing number of industry leaders working with the 5GIC’s internationally renowned academics to develop the next generation of mobile and wireless communications.

CBNL will share its world-class R&D expertise to collaborate with the 5GIC on research projects that will become an international showcase for future 5G capabilities. 

 
31 May 2017

- Infrastructure Innovation Award recognizes ground-breaking pre-5G fixed wireless network in California

Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL), the market leader in point-to-multipoint (PMP) microwave and millimeter wave, and TPx Communications (TPx), the premier managed services carrier (formerly TelePacific), have this week been named winners of the ‘Infrastructure Innovation’ category at the renowned Global Telecoms Business Innovation Awards.

The awards honor the telecom industry’s most innovative and successful project partnerships from around the world.

CBNL and TPx were recognized for their breakthrough pre-5G fixed wireless network, which unlocked the vast capacity of 28GHz millimeter wave to increase coverage of superfast carrier-grade broadband in the U.S.

 
29 March 2017

CBNL unlocks 31GHz with new PMP millimeter wave solution- CBNL launches new 31GHz VectaStar PMP solution, broadening its portfolio across the 28-39GHz bands to accelerate the arrival of 5G

Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL), the market leader in licensed point-to-multipoint (PMP) microwave and millimeter wave, has today launched a 31GHz variant of its VectaStar solution, broadening the company’s coverage of licensed high-band frequencies to accelerate 5G backhaul and fixed wireless.

The VectaStar 31GHz solution drives significant innovation into a previously under-utilized band in the US, providing carriers with a unique business case to unlock the vast bandwidth of millimeter wave and deliver next generation services across the country.