Hybrid Cellular and Wi-Fi Networks

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Hybrid Cellular and Wi-Fi Networks
Date September 8, 2020
Point of Contact Mark Carter
Organizational Partners GlobalReach
Sector Wireless
Presentation Connected Places Portland webinar.pdf

Description: What’s the value of automatic, secure Wi-Fi connectivity to a smart city? Mobile phone coverage in dense cities can suffer from blackspots and poor indoor performance.

International operators, cities and municipal bodies have begun to install hybrid cellular and Wi-Fi networks, supported by Passpoint (Hotspot 2.0) technology to deliver a better user experience, better coverage, reduced operating costs and carrier-grade support for services like CCTV, smart traffic management and other applications to help the city run efficiently. We’ll explore how the infrastructure can support public Wi-Fi access, public services and how it plays an important role in connecting the unconnected, with live use cases from Dallas County and Manhattan.

Whitepaper Secure Seamless WiFi for Connected Places