CTS 301: MFD7 – Private 5G So Easy Anyone Can Do It

Rowell Dionicio gives his thoughts on Celona’s private 5G presentation and product demonstration from Mobility Field Day. Curious to know more? Read here or check out his thoughts on his website or YouTube channel, Clear To Send. Also make sure to check out all of the Tech Field Day video’s from Mobility Field Day on the Tech Field Day website!


You Need to Check Out Mobility Field Day 7

In his latest YouTube video, Rowell Dionicio, a Field Day delegate, gives us a brief over cap of the most recent Mobility Field Day. Check it out here!


Celona at Mobility Field Day 7

Dr. Salter attended this past Mobility Field Day as a delegate and took interest in Celona’s nine step process to configuring the 4G/5G network in the room. Take a look at her post on LinkedIn here for more from Celona!


Private LTE/5G in the Enterprise

In this post, Mario Gingras gives a great oversight on what was presented to us by Celona at this past Mobility Field Day! Celona took a whole different approach to presenting their solution and proved that it is something simple and easy to implement. To do so, Celona brought in a demo kit and set up a functional private LTE network in less than an hour. Check out why Mario now believes that deploying their solution can be achieved with enterprise IT staff!


On the Go With Mobility Field Day 7!

Back with Tom Hollingsworth at this July’s Mobility Field Day. We had a packed schedule with Juniper Networks, Ruckus, Betacom, Fortinet, Cisco. 7SIGNAL, Celona, and NetAlly! Take a look here at what to expect in each presentation or visit GestaltIT.com for more from Tom.


CBRS and Starlink, Private LTE in the Wild

Mark Houtz tuned into Mobility Field Day and saw his friends at Celona presenting on deploying a CBRS network. Houtz dives deep into the world of CBRS and Starlink, their symbiotic relationship, and their potential to change the game for on-the-go internet connectivity. Houtz jumped at the opportunity to test out Private LTE in the CBRS Bands with Starlink. If you’re looking to cover larger areas, and Starlink is your only option, Houtz recommends Starlink and CBRS together to expand network connection. For people with little to no access to internet, and who are unable to afford fiber networks, a CBRS Fixed Wireless setup could be an appropriate solution. Check out the rest of his thoughts on markhoutz.com


Celona’s Private LTE & 5G Solution

At June’s Mobility Field Day, Celona showcased their solutions for deploying 5G and LTE across the enterprise. This piece details the solution and its accompanying presentation. Read and watch both this piece and the presentation for a fuller understanding of their offering.


Celona Makes CBRS Clear and Understandable

Dr. Avril Salter takes apart the various aspects of Celona’s Mobility Field Day appearance, which she attended as a delegate. This LinkedIn post details how you can use Celona to achieve CBRS deployments without the need for 5G or LTE. Read on for the full picture of the presentation.


Experience at the Edge With Mobility Field Day!

It’s time to learn more during the 2021 edition of Mobility Field Day! We’re looking forward to getting updates from our lineup of great presenters and hearing the perspectives of our amazing delegates. July 14-16 is going to be packed with all the great information you need to plan your next wireless installation. Tune in this week to watch the event live!


Challenging the Status Quo With CBRS and Celona

Celona has been a presenter at the last two Mobility Field Day events, and they are working hard to disrupt the typical wireless world. Writing for GestaltIT.com, Tom Hollingsworth says that Celona’s utilization of CBRS has alot of potential for areas where wireless is typically problematic. CBRS, a hybrid of cellular and wireless technology, is something Celona is working to bring to market more fully. For the full breakdown, be sure to check out Tom’s post and the Celona presentations on our website!


Celona Tees Up Bigtime on CBRS

Celona has tied up with Aruba for customers that need both Wi-Fi and private mobile networking, and has made private 5G networks a reality, finally


#MFD5 Day 1-Quick Recap

John Deegan knows how to enjoy a vacation, a full day of IT goodness at Mobility Field Day. In this post, he looks back at the presenters feature in day one of the event. From the day, he was saw Mist having an early leg up as it further expands its AI-based analytics in enterprise networks, even while introducing tools to make the traditional dashboard obsolete. Celona showed off how their CBRS tech stack has matured since the last time they presented, and John was excited to see endpoint hardware supporting the spectrum needed for it. The day was definitely full of quality presentations, and he was definitely hungry for the rest of the event.


Coffee Hour – Mobility Field Day 5

Rowell Dionicio and François Vergès over at the Clear to Send podcast recently previewed what to expect at Mobility Field Day. They were particularly interested to see VMware as a presenting company and can’t wait to hear what they’ll be discussing. They also look at some of the delegates attending to the event, note the increased importance of wireless security within the voices around the table, and how the virtual event is changing who can be a delegate.


It’s Time for YOU to Get Wise About CBRS

Lee Badman breaks down the latest in mobility, doing a deep dive on the importance of Citizens Broadband Radio Service. Lee first heard about the potential of unlicensed spectrum back in 2015 at Wireless Field Day, in a session led by Dave Wright, now the President of the CBRS Alliance. The FCC recently announced that 150MHz in the 3.5 GHz spectrum was open for applications to use. This opens the door to a whole new avenue for mobility, including the possibility of private LTE networks. While Wi-Fi 6 and 5G get a lot of marketing hype, CBRS might be just as important.


Celona – LTE for Enterprise at MFD4

Jonathan Davis heard from Celona at Mobility Field Day. They showed their solutions around CBRS, an exciting and more stringently standardized protocol than many other mobility solutions. While Jonathan doesn’t think this can kill Wi-Fi, he does see it as an ideal fit for a wide variety of enterprise deployments.


OnGo Is Here- And Startup Celona Helps CBRS Takes a Big Step Forward

In this post, Lee Badman breaks down what he saw from Celona, a startup making their debut presentation at Mobility Field Day. They showed off their solutions around Citizens Band Radio Service (CBRS). They showed how it fits into the overall wireless landscape, where currently 5G and Wi-Fi 6 get a lot more coverage. Be sure to check out their videos for a full architectural deep dive.


Enterprise CBRS Roundtable

Celona was one of the presenters at Mobility Field Day, and it was great to have them join the Field Day presenter family. In this post, they share all the presentation video from the event, and introduce how they are innovating with enterprise cellular and CBRS.


The Contention Window: S1E14: Celona and Enterprise 5G

Celona presented at Mobility Field Day, marking their debut at the event. In this episode of the Contention Window, Scott Lester spoke with the company’s co-founders, Rajeev Shah and Mehmet Yavuz.