Federated Wireless Named to Fast Company’s Third Annual List of the Next Big Things in Tech

List Recognizes Tech Breakthroughs Across Industries That Promise to Transform the Future Arlington, VA, November 29, 2023 — Federated Wireless, a leading provider of shared spectrum connectivity, today announced that…

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Nokia and Federated Wireless Join Forces for LTE Development

As a continued solidification of the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) ecosystem, CBRS Alliance founding members Nokia and Federated Wireless, announced today that they are partnering to create an LTE solution based on the CBRS shared spectrum.

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Ericsson and Federated Wireless Complete Testing To Further Drive Shared Spectrum Market Momentum – February 2017

Ericsson and Federated Wireless announced today that they have successfully tested Ericsson’s Radio System architecture and Federated Wireless’ Spectrum Access System (SAS) together, demonstrating market readiness to support Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) engagements in the market.

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Federated Wireless’ Spectrum Controller Receives FCC Conditional Certification – February 2017

Company Unlocks Spectrum of Possibilities by Eliminating Barriers to Wireless Spectrum Access

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Federated Wireless and Alphabet’s Access Team Demonstrated Operational Viability of Shared Spectrum Solution for CBRS Band

Federated Wireless announces today that it has demonstrated interoperability between Federated Wireless’ Spectrum Access System (SAS) and the SAS developed by Alphabet’s Access team.

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Federated Wireless Wins Fierce Innovation Awards: Telecom Edition – November 2016

Federated Wireless announces today it is has won this year’s Fierce Innovation Awards: Telecom Edition for Spectrum Efficiency

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Federated Wireless to Begin Testing Environmental Sensing Capability in Norfolk, Virginia – November 2016

Federated Wireless announces that it has developed a testbed in Norfolk, Virginia for future demonstration and verification of its Environmental Sensing Capability (ESC).

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Oct 25, 2023

T-Mobile, AWS, & Neutral CBRS Host, Launch Cal Poly’s 5G Private Network

Cal Poly needed a network solution that would optimize safety, communication, and research potential for its student and staff community. “Introducing a 5G private network to Cal Poly meets three important needs: improving campus operations, enhancing core IT services, and…

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Oct 4, 2023

Federated Wireless, CU Boulder Team to Develop Secured 5G Network for US Defense

Network provider Federated Wireless has partnered with the University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder) on a $5-million effort to secure military and government 5G communications.  

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Oct 3, 2023

Federated Wireless, CU Boulder Partner for Phase 2 of 5G Network Security Project

The National Science Foundation has awarded the University of Colorado Boulder a $5 million Convergence Accelerator grant for the second phase of the 5G Hidden Operations through Securing Traffic project, which Federated Wireless will support. The so-called GHOST project aims to develop technologies that…

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Aug 30, 2023

Private Wireless: Networking Enabler for Digital Transformation

Wi-Fi and private wireless services will coexist for the foreseeable future and will be the networking enablers for digital transformation.

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Aug 29, 2023

Private 5G: Not As Scary As You Think

Private 5G has been a hot topic of late. A recent ZK Research survey found that 92% of organizations have or plan to deploy private cellular. The interest in private 5G is high, but there is some trepidation among enterprises…

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Aug 29, 2023

6 GHz use comes closer to fruition in the US

Dr. Masoud Olfat, chair of WInnForum’s Test and Certification Task Group as well as VP of technology and ecosystem development at Federated Wireless, said that WInnforum is “delighted” that its efforts to address the interests of the various 6 GHz…

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