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Ericsson, Nokia and others are on board with the Federated Wireless CBRS partner program.
February 6, 2018
ARLINGTON, Va. -- Federated Wireless, a leading technology provider enabling the shared spectrum revolution, today announced the launch of its new Partner Program, the industry’s first resource for assisting OEMs with commercializing Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS)-enabled solutions and speeding their time to market. Federated Wireless’ Partner Program allows OEMs of all sizes to automate critical functions during integration with the Federated Wireless Spectrum Controller, including onboarding, testing and support. Federated Wireless is the only organization offering OEMs this level of support, creating an open, flexible ecosystem that will allow operators to accelerate their commercial deployments with confidence, and scale to meet wireless data demands nationwide.
“The last 18 months have been a time of significant growth for both Federated Wireless and the industry at large. We’ve worked with dozens of traditional and non-traditional wireless industry OEMs to conduct and complete trials of a variety of use cases. This work has shown that a common set of resources, as well as a dedicated support team, can dramatically improve OEM time-to-market,” said Iyad Tarazi, CEO of Federated Wireless. “Our Partner Program is a first-of-its-kind in the industry and a logical next step in our push to unlock a spectrum of possibilities by providing resources that businesses across the ecosystem can use to move quickly to commercial deployment.”
The Federated Wireless Partner Program has been established with the understanding that the full ecosystem benefits from shared information on real-world deployments. OEMs partnering with Federated Wireless gain access to a robust set of materials including training modules, a user guide, Federated Wireless Spectrum Controller product documentation, release notes, a feature guide and API documentation. Developed following the completion of dozens of Mobile Operator (MNO), Cable Operator (MSO) and Managed Service Provider (MSP) lab and field trials, the knowledge base is provided via a partner portal ensuring they are accessible when and where they are needed, helping simplify OEMs integration efforts.
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