Will Fixed Wireless Access Finally Offer an ROI?

December 17, 2020 Jonathan McBride

Although network operators have offered fixed wireless access (FWA) for some time, it has been treated as a corner use case. With significant growth in wireless WANs and with the advent of 5G, enterprises are now considering FWA as a viable alternative to wired connections. Learn why some operators have become proactive in offering FWA and why it may make sense for all operators to initiate a full-blown FWA business.


Cradlepoint's Donna Johnson, Vice President, Product Marketing

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