Author: Nick Taluja, Executive Vice President, Worldwide Sales, Sequans Communications
In the post pandemic era, CBRS private networks used for distance learning will continue to proliferate as the number of available and affordable CBRS devices grows. The government’s Emergency Connectivity Fund, established to improve connectivity in underserved areas, presents a new opportunity for school districts to set up CBRS private networks and connect students and their families to fast and reliable broadband service at a fraction of the cost of traditional telco service. Combined with the availability of new CBRS modules and devices from technology suppliers like Sequans and its customers, there is a new opportunity to not only improve distance learning, but to close America’s digital divide.
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