TV white space spectrum and the enterprise network

TV white space spectrum and the enterprise network

Date: Dec 08, 2010

With the recently available TV white space spectrum, enterprise networks may want to take a look at their long term plans for wireless networks. Networking professionals should understand how the white space spectrum availability will affect wireless networks.

In this video, senior site editor Rivka Little sits down with Craig J. Mathias, principal with the Farpoint Group. Mathias discusses how the newly available white space spectrum will affect enterprises, and whether or not the 700 Mhz white space frequencies will affect the wireless frequencies. Mathias also offers advice for enterprises and organizations looking at their long term wireless network plans, including buying cycles and upgrade strategies.

About the speaker: Craig J. Mathias is a Principal with Farpoint Group, a wireless and mobile advisory firm based in Ashland, MA. The company works with manufacturers, network operators, enterprises, and the financial community in technology assessment and analysis, strategy development, product specification and design, product marketing, program management, education and training, and the integration of emerging technologies into new and existing business operations, across a broad range of markets and applications. Craig is an internationally-recognized expert on wireless communications and mobile computing technologies, and has published numerous technical and overview articles on a wide variety of topics.

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