Bluewave Partners with Mimosa Networks to deliver ultrafast wireless broadband

Mimosa Networks, the global technology leader in fiber-fast wireless broadband, announced today that Bluewave has selected Mimosa as its fixed wireless technology partner. For its new island-wide high-speed broadband deployment, Bluewave is deploying Mimosa fixed wireless solutions to deliver ultra-broadband speeds in the British Territory.

Mimosa partners with Bluewave in Bermuda

Bluewave Partners with Mimosa Networks to Deliver Ultrafast Wireless Broadband - Hybrid-Fiber-Wireless Solutions Power Fiber-Fast Broadband Across Bermuda

Bluewave Partners with Mimosa Networks to Deliver Ultrafast Wireless Broadband

Mimosa Networks, the global technology leader in fiber-fast wireless broadband, announced today that Bluewave has selected Mimosa as its fixed wireless technology partner. For its new island-wide high-speed broadband deployment, Bluewave is deploying Mimosa fixed wireless solutions to deliver ultra-broadband speeds in the British Territory.

Bluewave Partners with Mimosa

Bluewave is to partner with US firm Mimosa Networks to bring its new wireless high-speed internet service to the island. Mimosa’s fixed wireless technology, claimed to deliver ultra-broadband speeds in hard-to-reach rural areas, is used in 150 countries, according to the company. In a statement today, Bluewave said its new service could deliver speeds ranging from 10 megabits per second to 100 Mbps to residential customers and up to 1 gigabit per second to commercial customers.

Bluewave Partners With Mimosa Networks

Mimosa Networks announced that Bluewave has selected Mimosa as its fixed wireless technology partner. “Seeking to revolutionize the local market with a truly convergent network, Bluewave is providing affordable, reliable, high-speed internet, video and voice to its local business and residential subscribers. Bluewave is owned by East End Telecom, Bermuda’s leading public safety and wireless communication provider,” Mimosa said.

Bermuda: Bluewave and Mimosa Networks to Deliver "Fibre-fast" Wireless Broadband

Bluewave has selected Mimosa Networks and it will deploy Mimosa’s fixed wireless access solutions to provide island-wide high-speed broadband in the British Territory of Bermuda, to local business and residential subscribers.

Bluewave Partners with Mimosa Networks to Deliver Ultra-Fast Wireless Broadband

Hybrid-Fiber-Wireless Solutions Power Fiber-Fast Broadband Across Bermuda

Mimosa Networks to Present at the Needham Growth Conference

Company CEO Highlights Huge Wireless Broadband Opportunity

Wonky Wireless Wishes for 2018

2018 can feel a lot like 1998 when your broadband provider is making you suffer with 200 GB data caps.

Introduction to fixed wireless – debunking the myths: Fact vs. Fiction

As we talk to people around the world about the benefits of fiber-fast wireless broadband, we hear a lot of crazy rumors about fixed wireless, from the outdated to the outlandish. Here we tackle them head on to debunk just a few...

2018 Preview: Shared spectrum to be in the spotlight

Carriers are likely to experiment with shared spectrum, unlicensed airwaves and other strategies to boost capacity as data usage soars.

FCC Overturns Net Neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission has overturned net neutrality rules, saying the regulatory framework will go back to the “light-touch” that allowed the internet to flourish for nearly 20 years. The rules were voted in in 2015, also to increase transparency requirements for consumers. The FCC said the new vote also covers “robust” transparency requirements that will work for consumers and help government better oversee the conduct of broadband providers.

GeoLinks rebuilds sites with Mimosa gear as Thomas Fire burns in Southern California

GeoLinks employees are literally putting out fires as they strive to replace damaged telecom sites throughout the area where fires are destroying homes and threatening lives in Southern California.

GeoLinks rebuilds sites with Mimosa gear as Thomas Fire burns in Southern California

GeoLinks employees are literally putting out fires as they strive to replace damaged telecom sites throughout the area where fires are destroying homes and threatening lives in Southern California. The company, based in Camarillo, which is in Ventura County, has been working around the clock since the Thomas Fire started on Dec. 4. At times, workers have used the fire extinguishers stored in emergency packs in company vehicles to douse hot spots they see along the way to fixing infrastructure. The company uses licensed and unlicensed gear from Mimosa Networks.

West Marin man creates DIY internet for community

One of the trade-offs you make when you move to the peace and quiet of a rural community is that you say goodbye to big city amenities like high-speed internet service. But not in West Marin’s Dillon Beach. A seaside enclave in the far northwest corner of the county, Dillon Beach is perhaps Marin’s most isolated community, and yet it boasts a fiber-optic, high-speed wireless internet service with unlimited data for a flat fee of $50 a month. There’s no charge for installation or equipment rental, either.

FCC votes to end net neutrality in major deregulation move

The Federal Communications Commission today voted to end Obama-era rules governing the Internet, rolling back net neutrality principles and paving the way for Internet service providers to begin to either slow down or speed up some parts of the web.The decision to end neutrality didn't come as a surprise. Under the new leadership of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, President Donald Trump's pick to head the agency, the plan to erase the rules were telegraphed well in advance.

US repeal of net neutrality will start mobile debate

The decision to repeal Obama’s Net Neutrality ruling has pitched the technology industry and consumer groups into a state of fury – unless you’re an ISP that is. The broadband providers, rubbing hands with glee at the thought of the money that’s now theirs to make are, for the moment at least, statesman-like on the issue – promising nothing will change. But ranged against them are just about everyone else: the tech giants, the internet pioneers, consumer groups and just about every other member of society – 22 million objections to the decision were received by the FCC, objections that were rejected out of hand by the commission as they dismantled the regulatory apparatus to give the broadband providers what they want.

Fixed 5G, The Prequel: Starring AT&T And Verizon Wireless

When it comes to 5G, one thing is certain—“fixed” 5G is the prequel to mobile broadband 5G network rollouts, expected by 2019 to 2020. Recently there’s been lots of talk about fixed 5G. What is it? When will it be available? Why should you care?

FCC repeals net neutrality amid criticism from politicians, startups

The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to repeal Obama-era net neutrality regulations that guaranteed equal access to the Internet, a controversial reversal that drew swift rebuke by companies and politicians in the Bay Area, where many advocates for the rules said they counted on them to protect Internet users and foster the growth of startups.

WISPA applauds FCC’s vote on repealing net neutrality

Among those who consider themselves in the winner’s corner after Thursday’s FCC vote: the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA), which had argued for a “light-touch” regulatory approach to the internet. The FCC, as expected, voted along party lines to end the rules former Democratic Chairman Tom Wheeler passed in 2015 designed to ensure a fair and open internet. At the most basic level, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said that by repealing the rules, they’re restoring the light-touch framework that has governed the internet for most of its existence.

FCC votes for net neutrality guidelines in a new package

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and his team voted in favor of reversing 2015's utility-style regulation of broadband Internet access service.

Now that net neutrality is dead, the question is: Will it help healthcare?

While FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai claims overturning rules regulating the Internet could be a boon to telemedicine and add bandwidth to underserved areas, many people working in the industry say that’s a stretch.

Sonic and Hero Telecoms Partner with Mimosa Networks to Deploy “Fusion Fibre” Service

Fiber-Fast Wireless Broadband Network Connects Cape Town Subscribers

How the UK's lack of competitive broadband options is turning Cyber Monday into Blue Monday

With the festive season now truly upon us thanks to the annual Black Friday kickoff, Christmas shopping is now in full swing. What now follows this shopping tradition is Cyber Monday – another round of timely deals offered online. Despite IMRG revealing that Cyber Monday sales were up 3% compared to last year, the latest Ofcom report shows that there are still millions of people in the UK that do not have the internet at home, leaving people unable to take advantage of shopping deals.

Mimosa Networks chosen as Red Herring Top 100 Global Winner

Mimosa Networks, the global technology provider of wireless broadband solutions, has announced that it has been awarded the prestigious 2017 Red Herring Top 100 Global Award, one of the technology industry´s most respected awards, the company said.

Mimosa Networks Selected as Red Herring Top 100 Global Winner

Recognized for Reinventing Internet Access with Disruptive Wireless Broadband Solutions

Mimosa Chosen by Boundless for Ultra-Fast Wireless Network

This week, Mimosa Networks announced it has been deployed as a key component of Boundless Networks’ ultra-fast broadband network. Boundless Networks is bringing wireless services to customers in remote and low-populated locations who could not otherwise have access. Boundless is one of the first wireless internet service providers (WISPs) out of England, spanning 5,000 square miles.

Mimosa Networks gets 'Rural Wireless Solution of the Year' Award

Mimosa Networks, the provider of 5G Fixed wireless solutions, has announced that it has been selected as winner of the “Rural Wireless Solution of the Year” award from Mobile Breakthrough, an independent organization that recognizes the top companies, technologies and products in the global wireless and mobile market today, the company said.

Mimosa Networks Honored with “Rural Wireless Solution of the Year” Award

Mimosa Networks Recognized with 2017 Mobile Breakthrough Award Designation

Boundless Teams With Mimosa to Build Network for ‘Unreachables’

Wireless company Boundless Networks has partnered with Mimosa solutions to help construct its broadband network for ‘under-served’ areas of northern England. The Boundless network covers 5,000 square miles, and according to the company, is the first to bring ultra-broadband speeds to remote villages and businesses within the region.

Boundless Networks chooses Mimosa for ultra-fast wireless network

Mimosa Networks, the provider of fiber-fast wireless broadband solutions, has announced that Boundless Networks, one of the UK´s fastest growing fixed wireless companies, has deployed Mimosa solutions to construct its ultra-fast, broadband network, the company said.

Boundless Networks selects Mimosa for coast-to-coast fixed-wireless coverage in the North

Mimosa Networks, a leading player in the development of next generation, hybrid fibre-wireless fixed access broadband solutions, has been selected by UK broadband provider Boundless Networks to deploy a network supporting 50Mbps-100Mbps internet speeds spanning 5,000 square miles of Northern England, covering villages and businesses coast-to-coast.

Boundless deploys Mimosa technology for wireless network

UK fixed wireless broadband provider Boundless Networks has deployed technology from Mimosa Networks to build its ultrafast broadband network. The Boundless network covers 5,000 square miles of Northern England, and aims to deliver fibre-fast wireless broadband to remote, low-population areas.

Boundless Networks selects Mimosa for ultra-fast wireless network

Mimosa Networks, the leader in fiber-fast wireless broadband solutions, announced today that Boundless Networks, one of the UK’s fastest growing fixed wireless companies, has deployed Mimosa solutions to construct its ultra-fast, broadband network. The Boundless network spans 5,000 square miles of Northern England, bringing ultra-broadband speeds to villages and businesses coast-to-coast.

Boundless Networks Selects Mimosa for Ultra-Fast Wireless Network

Leading UK Broadband Provider, Boundless Networks, Offers Fiber-Fast Access Speeds to Underserved Areas with Mimosa

Boundless Networks Selects Mimosa for Ultra-Fast Wireless Network

Mimosa Networks, the leader in fiber fast wireless broadband solutions, announced today that Boundless Networks, one of the UK's fastest growing fixed wireless companies, has deployed Mimosa solutions to construct its ultra fast, broadband network. The Boundless network spans 5,000 square miles of Northern England, bringing ultra broadband speeds to villages and businesses coast to coast.

David-vs-Goliath Battle Ahead for CBRS Spectrum, Better Fixed Wireless Broadband in Play

The FCC will vote later this month to explore rule changes for the 3550-3700 MHz spectrum band, known as the CBRS band, including the possibility of larger license areas for longer time periods. According to supporters, CBRS spectrum rule changes would facilitate the deployment of 5G services. But such rule changes could make it more difficult for rural carriers to obtain licenses to support fixed broadband wireless service in remote areas where high costs have prevented the deployment of traditional wired broadband infrastructure.

Intel, Intelsat pitch C-band 5G to FCC

Tech titan Intel and satellite operator Intelsat approached the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) this week with a pitch about allowing mobile operators to deliver 5G services over C-band spectrum shared with satellite players.

US fixed-wireless market tipped to grow strongly

The US fixed-wireless broadband market is forecast to double within five years, according to a new report released by telecoms analyst company The Carmel Group. Core industry revenue is tipped to jump from $2.3 billion in 2016 to $5.2 billion by 2021 as the nationwide number of subscribers grows from more than 4 million to 8 million over the same period.

NTCA Join Broadband Access Coalition on Fixed Wireless Push

The Rural Broadband Association today joined the Broadband Access Coalition (BAC) in its effort to petition the FCC to authorize a licensed, point-to-multipoint (P2MP) fixed wireless service in the underutilized 3.7 – 4.2 GHz spectrum band. The proposed licensing scheme and operating rules have the potential to enable high-speed broadband service in rural and other underserved areas.

NTCA Joins Broadband Access Coalition to Boost Fixed Wireless Broadband Services in Rural and Underserved Areas

NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association today joined the Broadband Access Coalition (BAC) in its effort to petition the FCC to authorize a licensed, point-to-multipoint (P2MP) fixed wireless service in the underutilized 3.7 – 4.2 GHz spectrum band. The proposed licensing scheme and operating rules have the potential to enable high-speed broadband service in rural and other underserved areas.

Can Fixed Wireless Fix Rural Broadband?

It doesn't matter whether you're a telco, a cable company or a software giant with designs on the ISP market, everyone is hoping that new wireless solutions will cut the cost of providing broadband to large sections of the country. The big question is: How much juice does new wireless tech actually have? And is it enough to make rural broadband deployments cost effective? Service provider GeoLinks and technology vendor Mimosa Networks, two partners on the fixed wireless frontier, are very bullish on the technology's promise.

California ISP Connects Isolated Areas with Fixed Wireless Broadband

GeoLinks, named one of America´s fastest growing companies by Inc. Magazine, is connecting previously unreached organizations by providing ultra-reliable, fiber-fast broadband throughout the state of California and beyond, using pioneering wireless broadband technology from Mimosa.

GeoLinks Teams with Mimosa to deliver broadband to underserved institutions

Mimosa Networks is teaming with GeoLinks, a California-based communications service provider, on a number of statewide projects to revolutionize internet access at underserved government, educational, and healthcare organizations.

GeoLinks Teams with Mimosa to Deliver Fiber-Fast Broadband to Underserved Institutions

California ISP Connects Isolated Areas Quickly and Reliably with Fixed Wireless Broadband

Prairie Hills Wireless, Mimosa to Deliver Fiber-Fast Wireless Broadband

Founded in 2013, Prairie Hills decided to answer the challenge to provide a compelling broadband experience in suburban Ravenna, Nebraska. Despite the generally rural environment, the competition was intense with two established national carriers – one a traditional large telco and the other a national cable operator – and three WISPs already providing service in the area. Ultimately, Prairie Hills founder Kent Urwiller knew that service and speed would differentiate them against the competition, and early on switched to Mimosa.

Nemont Telephone Selects Mimosa for Fixed Wireless Broadband

Nemont Telephone has selected Mimosa Network’s fiber-fast wireless solutions to deliver ultra broadband services

Nemont Telephone Selects Mimosa Networks for Fiber-Fast Wireless Broadband Services

Mimosa Networks announced today that Nemont Telephone Cooperative (Nemont) has selected the company's fiber fast wireless solutions to deliver ultra broadband fixed wireless services to underserved subscribers in Montana.

Mimosa Networks wins order from Nemont Telephone

Mimosa Networks received an order from Nemont Telephone Cooperative (Nemont) to supply the company’s fibre-fast wireless products to help Nemont deliver ultra-broadband fixed wireless services to underserved subscribers in Montana. With the new Mimosa MicroPoP and GigaPoP architectures, Nemont can now far exceed the FCC minimum requirements, delivering in excess of 100Mbps services to its customers who use its existing copper-based DSL infrastructure, allowing those customers access to Nemont’s various telecommunications service offerings. Nemont has thousands of rural customers in its 14,000 square mile service area.

Nemont Telephone Picks Mimosa Networks for Fiber-Fast Wireless Broadband Services

Mimosa Networks, the provider of 5G Fixed wireless solutions, has announced that Nemont Telephone Cooperative (Nemont) has selected the company´s fiber-fast wireless solutions to deliver ultra-broadband fixed wireless services to underserved subscribers in Montana, the company said.

Nemont Telephone Selects Mimosa Networks for Fiber-Fast Wireless Broadband Services

5G Fixed Wireless Solutions Deliver Ultra-broadband Services to Underserved Rural Montana Subscribers

News of Note - Nemont

Telecom operator Nemont in Montana said it deployed Mimosa’s MicroPoP and GigaPoP architectures in order to offer fixed wireless services up to 100 Mbps services.

Nemont Telephone Selects Mimosa Networks for Fiber-Fast Wireless Broadband Services

Mimosa Networks, the leader in 5G Fixed wireless solutions, announced today that Nemont Telephone Cooperative has selected the company’s fiber-fast wireless solutions to deliver ultra-broadband fixed wireless services to underserved subscribers in Montana.

MWC Americas Preview

Mimosa will demo 5G Fixed solutions including the MicroPoP (suburban) and GigaPoP (rural), with an emphasis on the cutting-edge Spectrum Reuse Synchronization (SRS) software. The traditional MicroPoP consists of point-to-multipoint products, where access points reside on telephone poles, or something similar, in order to reach homes. The GigaPoP relies on access points placed on towers and clients with longer-distance capabilities, as homes are more spread out in rural areas. SRS fits into these solutions by allowing base stations to smartly reuse channels across the network, solving the high-density fixed wireless challenge. This means less spectrum is needed to deliver 5G Fixed solutions, as well as faster speeds for the subscriber.

Man’s DIY Internet Solution For Daughter Spreads Across Marin Coastal Town

A man moved to coastal West Marin partly to disconnect from the rest of the world. But then his daughter came home and said, “Dad, I need high-speed internet for school.” Big wireless companies didn’t offer service in the area, so he got a pricey fiber line.

One Man’s DIY Internet Service Connects Isolated Marin County Hamlet

Brandt Kuykendall’s daughter needed fast Internet access to help her excel at school. But he couldn’t find cheap, reliable service that would connect their scenic yet secluded coastal Marin County home. So Kuykendall taught himself how to create a high-speed wireless Internet service. Mimosa co-founder Jaime Fink said his 5-year-old firm is selling more devices to other smaller wireless Internet service providers around the country, helped in part by a larger trend of customers who are weary of expensive cable TV and Internet bills.

Prairie Hills Wireless and Mimosa Join Forces to Deliver Fiber-Fast Wireless Broadband

Nebraska ISP Delivering Ultra-Broadband Experiences for Business, Residential and Educational Solutions

Opinion: FCC needs to open airwaves so rural, tribal Americans have broadband access

We live with a stark digital divide in the US since a significant proportion of citizens cannot access high speed broadband. This impacts access to education and services, jobs, business opportunities, as well as reliable communication. A new Broadband Access Coalition of internet service providers has joined forces with consumer, schools and health care advocacy groups to petition the FCC to open up the airwaves for spectrum best suited to a new, superfast broadband service for the whole of America.

Business Coalition Seeks FCC Approval to Bring 'Wireless Broadband' to Unserved Communities

Federal approval to use a sliver of radio spectrum for high-speed internet could rejuvenate economically stagnate rural economies.

New America Foundation Panel Promotes a Hybrid Wireless-Fiber Network Architecture

The New America Foundation’s wireless project promoted a hybrid fiber and wireless technology approach at a Tuesday event, “Shared Spectrum as a Fiber Extension,” discussing ways to make high-speed broadband internet more available through an additional 500 megahertz of wireless spectrum.

Google studying 3.7-4.2 GHz band for variety of applications

The 3.7-4.2 GHz band is substantially underused by the satellite industry and Google is studying how much more intensively the band could be used for a variety of applications, including point-to-multipoint deployments. Brian Hinman, CEO and co-founder of Mimosa Networks, said the concept of “flexible use” spectrum that has been talked about at the FCC for a while now is a “complete fallacy.” Flexible use ultimately doesn’t happen because when operators pay that kind of money for the spectrum, they can’t afford to provide affordable service for consumers who need fixed access at home. And the U.S. would lose the opportunity to have a competitive market for fixed access if it were to go that route.

Viginet-IP S.A Secures Buenos Aires Neighbourhoods with Mimosa

Managed municipal services provider Viginet-IP S.A. has selected solutions from 5G specialist Mimosa Networks for its new network in Argentina. Under the terms of the contract, Viginet-IP will deploy Mimosa access, backhaul and client solutions in Buenos Aires. The firm specialises in very detailed video surveillance, with the ability to capture licence plate information in low-light situations, and according has a high requirement for high-capacity bandwidth.

TMC Announces Recipients of the 2017 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award

One of TMC's most coveted awards, the Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award honors exceptional products and services that facilitate voice, data and video communications that were brought to market or greatly improved upon in the last twelve months.

aeromax picks Mimosa Networks for wide-scale ultra broadband deployment in Spain

aeromax will deploy Mimosa access, backhaul, and client solutions to deliver speeds of 100 Mbps and greater for its residential and business customers.The aeromax network provides service in more than 2,000 cities and towns in Spain´s Costa Blanca region. With increasing subscriber demand, aeromax designed its new 5G high-speed network to run in parallel with its existing network.

aeromax Selects Mimosa Networks for Wide-Scale Ultra Broadband Deployment in Spain

ISP Delivers Fiber-Fast Speeds to Rural, Urban Users in Costa Blanca

SSE accelerates broadband investment threatening BT and Virgin Media

British energy giant SSE is reportedly looking to expand its scope by investing in ultrafast broadband infrastructure, accelerating its move into telecoms, and threatening firms such as BT and Virgin Media. SSE is said to be exploring the business case for laying new fiber optics to homes and businesses that would provide more efficient internet connections than copper lines or cable.

Mimosa Networks Announces Premier Partner Program

New Feature-Rich Program Provides Tools for Mimosa’s Most Valued Partners

Group Proposes New Fixed Wireless Service in the 3700-4200 MHz Band

A coalition of Internet service providers (ISPs) and public interest groups submitted a petition for rulemaking to the FCC which would pave the way for a new point-to-multipoint (P2MP) fixed wireless service that would extend “affordable, high-throughput, last-mile broadband access in rural, exurban and other higher-cost areas” while providing “much-needed competition to incumbent fixed broadband providers in more densely populated areas.”

Mimosa Networks Wins Prestigious “Red Herring Top 100 Company” Award

Recognized for Reinventing Internet Access with Disruptive 5G Fixed Broadband Wireless Solutions

Red Herring Announces Top 100 North America 2017 Winners

Red Herring has announced the winners of its Top 100 North America 2017 event, held this week in Los Angeles. The winning companies, selected from thousands of prospective startups and tech firms, represent the cutting edge of North America’s world-class technology industry–and demonstrate the region’s continued reputation for digital excellence.

Mimosa, Cincinnati Bell among those pushing for new rules for 3.7-4.2 GHz band

More than 20 service providers, equipment vendors, trade associations and nonprofit public advocacy groups announced the formation of the new Broadband Access Coalition, which is calling on the FCC to authorize a new, licensed, point-to-multipoint (P2MP) fixed wireless service in the 3700-4200 MHz spectrum band.

Expanding Shared Access: A Creative Approach to Closing the Digital Divide

Universal access to superfast broadband across the United States remains a significant problem. As outlined in a recent petition submitted to the FCC, sharing between telecoms providers in the 3.7-4.2GHz spectrum could offer a viable solution to close this gap.

Groups seek gigabit fixed wireless spectrum

The Broadband Access Coalition and the Wireless Internet Service Provider Association have asked the Federal Communications Commission to allow ISPs to share usage of the 3.7-4.2 gigahertz spectrum with existing licensees, enabling gigabit-class fixed wireless service.

Broadband Access Coalition Asks FCC for Spectrum for Gigabit Fixed Wireless

An industry coalition wants access to mid-band airwaves that, according to the group, could support as many as three providers of gigabit fixed wireless service in the same geographic area. The group, known as the Broadband Access Coalition, made a filing with the FCC today asking the commission to allow the use of spectrum between 3.7 GHz and 4.2 GHz for fixed wireless use on a shared basis with incumbent licensees who use the spectrum for satellite distribution of cable television content.

Mimosa hires new SVP of Global Field Operations

Mimosa Networks, a provider of 5G Fixed wireless solutions, has hired John Colvin as its Senior Vice President of Global Field Operations, the company said.

John Colvin Joins Mimosa as SVP of Global Field Operations

Industry Veteran Joins to Accelerate Growth at Leading Hybrid Fiber-Wireless Company

SSE looking at creating broadband network

Energy giant SSE is reportedly exploring major investments in ultrafast broadband infrastructure and is looking to create its own network.

Mimosa C5c Delivers Industry Leading Price Performance for Fixed Wireless and Cuts Install Time with New Mobile App

Mimosa Networks, Inc. announced today the commercial availability of the Mimosa C5c connectorized client radio, designed for long-range backhaul, GigaPoP links, and MicroPoP links impaired by vegetation. In conjunction, Mimosa announced the availability of its new mobile Install App, a smart phone application that dramatically reduces subscriber installation times for service providers, thereby simplifying and accelerating the deployment of large-scale wireless networks.

Spring Budget advances 5G strategy and broadband funding

The government has launched its 5G mobile strategy to coincide with Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Spring Budget, and has revealed more details of its planned broadband investment.
The government has revealed a new 5G mobile strategy alongside the Spring Budget, as it tries to take the first steps towards delivering its recently announced Industrial Strategy through the £23bn National Productivity Investment Fund (NPIF), which includes £740m for digital infrastructure.

New company prepares superfast home internet

A new home internet service aims to cut out wires and offer speeds of 100 megabits per second using wi-fi technology. Bluewave — developed secretly over the past year by East End Telecom — has almost completed a pilot programme and is set to launch within the next two months.

Longtime internet businessman brings service to Corbin area

A new Internet service provider in Corbin is promising record speeds by the year’s end. Although, Zetalink co-owner Dan Hyravy resides in Muhlenberg County he has some Corbin connections. Hyravy has immediate family members who live in Corbin. “I knew that the broadband situation here was not stellar,” Hyravy said as he has chosen Corbin as the hub of his next business venture. “What I like about Corbin is there’s a community spirit here. The city government is progressing. We saw this as a good place to be and we think we can help the community.”

Fixing the future of 5G

The telecom industry has set its sights on delivering a 5G future. The fifth generation of wireless technology promises to be significantly faster than the current 4G standard, and to connect more complex data-intensive fixed and mobile applications with little or no latency. Internet service providers (ISPs) are now weighing up their options for deploying 5G as quickly and efficiently as possible in order to leverage the benefits.

Verizon 5G Trials: Mimosa Calls for Industry to Use sub-6GHz Spectrum

Close on the heels of announcement by Verizon to go for fixed customer trials for 5G across USA, Mimosa is suggesting that sub-6GHz spectrum can help Verizon maximize coverage and capacity for 5G rollout.

Verizon plans 5G launch shortly, beating AT&T

Telecom operator Verizon is set to take a lead in 5G network – beating AT&T. The company will be offering 5G pre-commercial services to select customers in 11 markets in the first half of 2017 on its 5G network.

4 things we expect from Mobile World Congress 2017

Mobile World Congress, the Davos of wireless technology, is happening next week in Barcelona, and it’s going to be a particularly important year, as the mobile landscape readies itself for a couple of fairly major shifts.

Mimosa Pitches Its 5G Fixed Wireless Solution

Mimosa Networks, Inc., the leader in cloud-managed, hybrid fiber-wireless networks, announced today the first commercially-viable 5G fixed wireless internet architectures, the urban MicroPoP and rural GigaPoP, which feature Mimosa’s new proprietary Spectrum Reuse Synchronization (SRS) technology. Mimosa’s breakthrough solution sets new benchmarks in cost and spectrum efficiency, enabling scalable network deployments of fiber-fast, reliable internet in under-connected urban and rural areas.

Verizon deploys 5G systems in 5 U.S. cities for trials with Samsung

The customer trials in April will deliver fixed wireless access to customers through 5G connectivity in order to assess user experiences, evaluate the performance of 5G technologies, and help streamline the delivery of mmWave 5G across various environments.

Beyond The Hype, Verizon’s 5G Wireless Rollout Is Just A Baby Step

The new 5G service is supposed to be far faster (up to a gigabit per second) than LTE and earlier wireless standards, and more reliable. It’s the technology, we’re told, that will catalyze the development of more and better wireless services for cars, “smart” cities, and all manner of internet of things (IoT) applications.

Verizon to Launch First 5G Fixed Wireless Broadband Trials in April 2017

The 5G trial, which will make use of technology from partners at Cisco, Ericsson, Intel, LG, Nokia, Qualcomm and Samsung, should involve several hundred cell sites and cover several thousand customer locations. However it’s not quite compact enough yet for Mobile usage, hence the initial focus on a fixed wireless setup that is likely to put receiving antennas on top of nearby homes.

Verizon to Start Fixed 5G Customer Trials in April

Verizon said Wednesday that it will start work on fixed 5G customer tests with partner Samsung in several markets in April.

Mimosa Networks Delivers 5G Fixed Wireless Solution to Displace Fiber-to-the-Home

Mimosa Networks, Inc., the leader in cloud-managed, hybrid fiber-wireless networks, announced today the first commercially-viable 5G fixed wireless internet architectures, the urban MicroPoP and rural GigaPoP, which feature Mimosa’s new proprietary Spectrum Reuse Synchronization (SRS) technology. Mimosa’s breakthrough solution sets new benchmarks in cost and spectrum efficiency, enabling scalable network deployments of fiber-fast, reliable internet in under-connected urban and rural areas.

Mimosa delivers 5G fixed wireless solution to displace FTTH

Mimosa Networks, Inc., the leader in cloud-managed, hybrid fiber-wireless networks, announced today the first commercially-viable 5G fixed wireless internet architectures, the urban MicroPoP and rural GigaPoP, which feature Mimosa’s new proprietary Spectrum Reuse Synchronization (SRS) technology. Mimosa’s breakthrough solution sets new benchmarks in cost and spectrum efficiency, enabling scalable network deployments of fiber-fast, reliable internet in under-connected urban and rural areas.

Mimosa Networks touts 5G fixed wireless to displace fiber to the home

Mimosa Networks is adding a new twist to the fixed wireless space: It just announced what it’s describing as the first commercially viable 5G fixed wireless internet architectures, the urban MicroPoP and rural GigaPoP, which use the company’s new proprietary Spectrum Reuse Synchronization (SRS) technology.

FirstNews Briefs: Mimosa, Procera and Brocade, Affirmed Networks, Radisys

Mimosa Networks, a provider of cloud-managed, hybrid fiber-wireless networks, announced what it claimed are the first commercially viable 5G fixed wireless internet architectures: the urban MicroPoP and rural GigaPoP.

Mimosa targets fixed-wireless 5G with MicroPop

Mimosa Networks announced the launch of equipment to help develop 5G fixed wireless internet architectures. The urban MicroPoP and rural GigaPoP feature Mimosa's new proprietary Spectrum Reuse Synchronization (SRS) technology, which leverages Massive MIMO and antenna beamforming. Precise time coordination of transmissions, network wide, eliminates the interference caused by other nearby radios. This allows a single access point to efficiently reuse channels rather than wasting spectrum to avoid interference. The Mimosa 5G MicroPoP and GigaPoP target 5G deployments in residential areas.

Fixed 5G from Mimosa Networks to Replace Home Fiber

Mimosa Networks, Inc., the leader in cloud-managed, hybrid fiber-wireless networks, announced today the first commercially-viable 5G fixed wireless internet architectures, the urban MicroPoP and rural GigaPoP, which feature Mimosa’s new proprietary Spectrum Reuse Synchronization (SRS) technology. Mimosa’s breakthrough solution sets new benchmarks in cost and spectrum efficiency, enabling scalable network deployments of fiber-fast, reliable internet in under-connected urban and rural areas.

5G Fixed Wireless Solution to Displace Fiber to the Home

The first commercially available 5G fixed wireless internet architectures, is now available according to Mimosa Networks. Known as the urban MicroPoP and rural GigaPoP, the systems feature Mimosa’s Spectrum Reuse Synchronization (SRS) technology, which lowers cost and increases spectral efficiency, according to the company.

Boundless Trial 160Mbps Wireless Broadband Service in North Yorkshire UK

Wireless ISP Boundless Networks has today announced that they’ve become “one of the first companies in the UK” to trial a new 160Mbps capable “ultrafast” Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) broadband network, which could soon be rolled out across rural parts of North Yorkshire. The provider already serves a good number of homes and businesses across Yorkshire and Lancashire in Northern England, although their best “unlimited” residential package is currently limited to a top download speed of 30Mbps (4Mbps upload); this costs about £44.99 per month on a 30 day contract (plus £150.00 one-off for a professional installation).

2017 Broadband Predictions from Mimosa

At the start of 2016, few could have predicted some of the major events that would impact the Internet connectivity industry. For example, a big surprise was AT&T’s launch of its DirecTV Now streaming service, which helped to release the binds that tie cord-keepers to the traditional linear TV service. In addition, the sudden pull-back of Google Fiber and other similar fiber deployments represented a sea change, shifting momentum to new fixed wireless technologies. Google, Facebook and the cellular 5G industry have been quick to support these innovations as the new alternatives for broad-spread, fiber-fast speeds.