CBRS, an acronym for Citizens Broadband Radio Service, is a band of frequencies between 3550 MHz and 3700 MHz that the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has recently opened up to general users.
Edge computing is a distributed computing framework that brings applications closer to the point of data creation such as IoT devices (cameras, microphones, and sensors), smartphones, or computers.
The next generation of connectivity and computing we implement as a society will reimagine our roads, utilities, public transportation systems, and more. Edge computing has the potential to transform our communities to the imagined society we deserve and need.
Private Networks through CBRS have become the next big thing. In fact, it will become commonplace for every business across the United States.
Where were you in January 2007 when the first iPhone was announced? Digital life seemed impressive and immersive at the time, but it was worlds away from the connected nature of mobile devices and cloud computing that was on the horizon.
In December 2016, Peter Levine gave a seminal presentation titled “The End of Cloud Computing”. He foretold the rise of “edge computing” as IoT devices and machine learning applications would start to produce more data and require more compute power.