Past and Future of Enterprise Wireless: DAS, Small Cells, Private LTE, Wi-Fi and 5G

Small cells and Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) improve mobile operator connectivity indoors and the arrival of CBRS spectrum in the US promises the reliability of LTE/5G as part of private enterprise networks. Bridging the gap between all these options and building the best possible network could be daunting for any enterprise IT team or their trusted partners.

Join Dr. Juanyu Bu from Communication Technology Services (CTS), Djamel Ramoul from iBwave and Mehmet Yavuz from Celona as they share practical information on which technology fits where, across different industries and use cases. As usual, expect to hear about real-world deployment examples from our speakers as they try to answer few key questions:

  • What are the options in extending mobile operator connectivity within an enterprise facility?
  • Why do we need CBRS based private LTE/5G when there is already a Wi-Fi network in place?
  • What are the methods available to support Voice over LTE with a CBRS based private LTE network?
  • How will “Neutral Host” help in enabling voice roaming between public and private mobile networks?
  • What are best practices when designing for LTE/5G wireless within carpeted and non-carpeted enterprise?