Amazon Web Services partnered with Ruckus Networks, Athonet, and Federated Wireless to showcase a CBRS-based private LTE network
Demonstrated a few weeks back at a live, hands-on workshop at AWS re:Invent, the end-to-end private LTE network included over 120 programmable Amazon DeepLens cameras which were configured and set-up in only a matter of hours. Previously, LTE networks would have taken weeks—or even months—to plan and deploy. The combination of the CBRS spectrum enabling enterprises and the simplicity of the Ruckus network made it possible to deploy an LTE network with Wi-Fi simplicity. The combined platform features:
- The Ruckus Q710, the industry’s first CBRS 3.5 GHz indoor LTE access point (AP) to achieve FCC Certification, covering approximately 10,000 square feet.
- The Athonet BubbleCloud, an award-winning mobile core designed for private mobile networks.
- The Federated Wireless Spectrum Controller, which enables access to massive CBRS shared spectrum for private 4G and 5G applications.
- Full integration with AWS IoT and plug-and-play experience that makes it easy to connect, monitor, and manage IoT assets at scale.
The network worked flawlessly for the developers who completed their task with full network performance using the Ruckus Q710. Typically, network congestion can be an issue with many devices trying to share
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