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Airspan’s 5G AirSpeed 2900 passes WInnForum

The Wireless Innovation Forum (WInnForum) announced that it has received a declaration by Airspan Networks Inc., a subsidiary of Airspan Networks Holdings Inc. (NYSE: MIMO), that its 5G AirSpeed 2900, working with Airspan Domain Proxy for CBRS operation, has passed the WInnForum’s Release 2 test case for Enhanced CBRS Group Handling. Airspan is the first company to have passed a test case.

“We are proud to achieve another milestone as we continue to be a leader in the industry in CBRS and 5G innovation and ecosystem development acceleration,” said Eli Leizerovitz, head of products, Airspan. “This builds on a long legacy of tech innovation and leadership at Airspan, as we continue to focus on providing innovative 5G and CBRS solutions and deployments for our customers and many strategic partners.

A key element of the WInnForum plan for its second release of the CBRS baseline standards is that members support the ecosystem by self-certifying that their products fully meet the requirements for features as defined in the Release 2 standards.

“Release 2 promotes new features, functions and capabilities in CBRS beyond what is required for regulatory compliance,” said Spectrum Sharing Committee Co-Chair Richard Bernhardt (WISPA). “SASs and CBSDs may then choose to implement these industry features to expand CBRS ecosystem capabilities.”

“This elevates Airspan’s strong CBRS portfolio to move beyond regulatory compliance and enable features desired by operators and end users that make CBRS deployments more optimized and effective,” added Leizerovitz.

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