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Open RAN highlights line between carrier and enterprise in-building wireless

October 9, 2019

This is by no means new information but worth repeating: Carriers almost exclusively invest in in-building wireless systems for large venues like stadiums and transit hubs. For enterprise in-building systems, the impetus for investment falls with the building owner or tenant. Given this dynamic, enterprises are in need of more flexible, affordable, IT-centric systems and movements in virtualized, open RAN equipment, coupled with trends around private networks, could prove a viable solution.

In the U.S. market, enterprise stakeholders can use 3.5 GHz CBRS spectrum for private networks using both the general authorized access or priority access spectrum access tiers.

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