Interview with CEO Brian Deutsch: New 5G mmWave Repeaters Maximize Coverage and Cut Costs
Posted on September 4, 2020 by Pivotal Commware
Satellite infrastructure providers are rapidly upgrading their infrastructure to achieve compatibility with 5G protocols. Modems will be able to emulate 5G base stations, opening the 5G world to satellite's content distribution capabilities.
Yet, while 5G delivers ultra-high-speed communication at under 5-millisecond latency, it must be deployed economically to realize its true potential. Unfortunately, while the data-carrying capacity of mmWave frequencies is enormous, they can only travel short distances forcing carriers to install millions of 5G base stations to urban and suburban locales to provide full coverage. Even then, reaching inside homes and buildings is challenging. That's about to change.
Pivotal Commware, leveraging a unique and cost-effective beamforming technology called Holographic Beamforming, is poised to lower the enormous cost of 5G Deployment and flood homes with high capacity, 1 Gbps broadband. Utilizing similar metamaterials and beamforming technology developed by Invention Science Fund and licensed to sister company, Kymeta, Pivoal can vastly improve the economics of 5G distribution, and reach millions of users in their homes and offices, drastically reducing coverage costs.
To find out more about Holographic Beamforming and explore the potential for Pivotal's unique technology, we met with CEO Brian Deutsch.