Verizon Uses OnGo to Expand Network Capacity and Meet Wireless Demands

From smartphones to tablets to IoT devices, the growing number of connected devices in the market today creates an overwhelming level of demand for data. Mobile and fixed users in the enterprise and consumer segments are fueling this unprecedented growth, putting pressure on mobile operators to seek a new solution. CBRS Alliance member company Verizon Wireless utilizes OnGo within the 3.5 GHz spectrum band to boost its network to meet growing data demand. With OnGo, Verizon is able to deploy much-needed new capacity solutions to high-traffic areas such as multi-tenant buildings, hospitals, manufacturing plants, stadiums, venues, airports and more.

Aside from the number of people and devices, the type of data being consumed is also changing. Mobile video data usage is at an all-time high, requiring greater network capacity and lower latency. Verizon is using OnGo as a key tool in not only boosting their 4G LTE networks but also in the development of LTE capabilities. For Verizon, OnGo is a viable solution that can be deployed quickly and cost-effectively, even in the densest areas.

But don’t take our word for it— hear from Verizon Senior Vice President for Technology Strategy and Planning Adam Koeppe as he shares Verizon’s work thus far and its future plans for OnGo at the OnGo Commercial Service Launch Event in D.C. on September 18, 2019.


About David Fosberg

David Fosberg is VP of Marketing for the CBRS Alliance. For two decades across three continents, David Fosberg successfully led Fortune 100 marketing organizations through shifting markets with dynamic target audiences. As VP of Marketing for Samsung Electronics and comparable positions with Intel and Dell, his global responsibilities demanded fresh thinking backed by the time-tested strategic principles he learned as an MBA student under the tutelage of management guru Peter F. Drucker. With disciplined metrics and creative approaches, David effectively launched products and services, established new brands, drove demand and generated sales in untapped markets. In the process, he demonstrated marketing’s contribution to the business, showing that it is possible to grow revenues with flat or shrinking budgets and be effective with lean creative teams.

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