With the major U.S. mobile operators about to launch commercial networks, 5G Fixed wireless access (FWA) has the potential to upset the traditional consumer wired broadband economics. With 5G, the potential exists for wide-spread FWA deployment to provide direct competition to the current cable MSO and fiber providers.

This webinar will discuss:
  • What markets do FWA technologies address?
  • What FWA technologies are being trialed and have been deployed? 
  • Which spectrum bands are being used or considered for FWA, including mmWave? 
  • Are operators reaping financial benefits they expected?
  • What are the opportunities on a global scale for FWA?
Who should attend:
  • Telcos, cable MSOs and mobile operators deploying, or considering, FWA networks
  • Financial analysts researching the impact of FWA
  • FWA solution vendors
  • Regulators and government decision makers
  • CPE and consumer product vendors and distributors

Featured Speakers

Iain Gillott


Iain Gillott, the founder and president of iGR, is an acknowledged wireless and mobile industry authority and an accomplished presenter. Mr. Gillott has been involved in the wireless industry, as both a vendor and analyst, for over 20 years. iGR was founded in 2000 as iGillottResearch, Inc. in order to provide in-depth market analysis and data focused exclusively on the wireless and mobile industry.

Scott Imhoff

Sr. VP of Product Management
Cambium Networks

Scott is the Vice President of Product Management for Cambium Networks, Ltd., with global responsibility for the planning, development and delivery of communications solutions for all markets. Prior to his current role, Scott served as the Vice President of Global Partner Development, focusing on Cambiums commercial relationships with radio access network providers, microwave transport manufacturers, and other partners with a trans-regional footprint.  

James Childs

VP Corporate Strategy
Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL)

James Childs has over 20 years’ experience in the North American wireless industry, having held a range of leadership roles for both carriers and technology providers. As VP Strategy, North America, James leads the development of CBNL’s industrial partnerships, which have seen the company pioneer point-to-multipoint technology across millimeter wave frequencies and deliver some of the first pre-5G fixed wireless networks.


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