cellphones to work, even in interior parts of the building. Real estate owners are building out small cells/DAS in most major commercial buildings, often working with third parties.3.5 GHz band ready to take off with TD-LTE as 5 GHz Wi-Fi hits congestion. Everybody wins if you connect in-building with Wi-Fi or shared TD-LTE rather than a network that only works for one carrier. The same applies to stadiums. A football team wants good service for all the fans in the seats, not just those with Verizon phones or whichever other carrier is first to build. Companies renting space today expect their
Today's Wi-Fi can reach speeds over a gigabit in the 5 GHz band. The newly available 3.5 GHz spectrum can offer more capacity as it is needed, especially in the U.S., where an amazing 150 MHz is available many places. That's enough for three or four Verizon-sized networks, available without a spectrum fee.
Ruckus' OpenG is designed to make the shared network easy to administer.