Wireless networks designer and builder SQUAN joined the CBRS Alliance. The company said it’s placing greater emphasis on aerial and underground, OSP backbone fiber and distribution to any facility, vectoring, CAF and ISP. The focus of the CBRS Alliance is to support the common interests of members, implementers and operators for the development, commercialization, and adoption of LTE and 5G solutions for the US 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service.
“Given the rapidly changing landscape for telecommunications infrastructure, SQUAN sees great importance in its involvement in the CBRS Alliance,” said Keith Pennachio, CSO at SQUAN. “The opportunity for us to be a part of the process to help define the wireless ecosystem from design to deployment with CBRS clears a path to our future.”
“As the CBRS Alliance continues to grow and diversify our membership, we are very excited about the addition of SQUAN to the OnGo family of companies,” said Alan Ewing, Executive Director of the CBRS Alliance, “SQUAN’s experience in deployment of indoor and outdoor systems will be a valuable addition.”