5G Has Arrived. How Does Your Infrastructure Measure up?


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5G, or 5th generation cellular wireless networking is not just an increase in speed over 4G LTE, it is a complete redesign of the cellular wireless network. Chatsworth Products (CPI) will discuss how 5G will affect network infrastructure in its next Drive Forward webinar, taking place November 15, 2018 at 10 a.m. CST / 4 p.m. BST.

5G will involve hundreds of thousands of sites, millions of users and eventually billions of connected things. “5G Has Arrived. How Will You Safeguard Your Network?” will provide attendees points for consideration when expanding networks to support cellular equipment in both indoor and outdoor environments.

Join CPI Field Application Engineer, Tom Cabral, as he presents several important 5G topics including:

  • What 5G and who is using it
  • New 5G standards and implementation time frames
  • The fundamental shift in cellular networks closer to users
  • Protecting 5G equipment in harsh environments 

About Chatsworth Products

At Chatsworth Products (CPI), it is our mission to address today’s critical IT infrastructure needs with products and services that protect your ever-growing investment in information and communication technology. We act as your business partner and are uniquely prepared to respond to your specific requirements with global availability and rapid product customization that will give you a competitive advantage. At CPI, our passion works for you. With over two decades of engineering innovative IT physical layer solutions for the Fortune 500 and multinational corporations, CPI can respond to your business requirements with unequaled application expertise, customer service and technical support, as well as a global network of industry-leading distributors. Headquartered in the United States, CPI operates from multiple sites worldwide, including offices in Mexico, Canada, China, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom. CPI’s manufacturing facilities are located in the United States, Asia and Europe.

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