5G for Business
ONE PARTNER, MANY SOLUTIONS
Boingo is deploying 5G networks coast to coast. As a neutral host partner to large public venues, commercial properties and enterprises, we take a unique approach to accommodate all carriers and their varied 5G designs.
More spectrum, more opportunities
Ultrafast millimeter wave
Millimeter wave (mmWave) is a cornerstone to 5G networks, especially in dense, indoor environments. The high frequency signals travel in narrow wavelengths to deliver increased capacity and ultrafast speeds for applications like HD video streaming and gaming. Boingo facilitates mmWave connectivity with hyperdense network designs that bring nodes close to the user.
Your CBRS partner
CBRS is a new end-to-end network solution that dynamically allocates 3.5 GHz on demand in a shared spectrum model. The favorable mid-band spectrum delivers seamless and secure LTE and IoT connectivity in dense, high-trafficked areas. The best part? It’s more cost effective than traditional licensed LTE and is supported by all Tier 1 Carriers.
Want to learn more?
Download our position paper in partnership with Mobile Sports Report: “What Can CBRS do for Venues?”
Get a boost with LAA
A key attribute of 5G is combining licensed and unlicensed technologies—and that’s what LAA is all about. LAA, short for Licensed Assisted Access, enhances mobile broadband service through efficient spectrum sharing. The wireless standard runs cellular LTE in the 5 GHz unlicensed Wi-Fi band.
Full mobility with MulteFire
With MulteFire, Boingo can install and operate private or neutral host networks over small cells to provide secure, seamless connectivity. MulteFire provides a cost-effective option for deploying LTE technologies inside a venue and is expected to be a gamechanger for IoT applications and high-speed mobile broadband.
Boingo sits on the MulteFire Alliance board of directors where we’re leading the charge to realize benefits of the wireless future, today.
First PLTE launch using CBRS
Learn how Boingo launched the first CBRS network at a major airport—Dallas Love Field—to power a world-class passenger experience for the 5G era.