Cambium Networks is a leading global provider of wireless broadband solutions that connect the unconnected – People, Places and Things. Through its extensive portfolio of reliable, scalable, and secure Wi-Fi, fixed wireless broadband point to-point and point-to-multipoint platforms, managed by cloud based software, Cambium makes it possible for service providers; enterprises; governmental and military agencies; oil, gas and utility companies; Internet service providers; and public safety networks to build powerful communications networks, reach users from 200 kilo–meters across mountain tops down to the last meter to their devices and intelligently manage their infrastructure through end to-end network visibility and actionable analytics.

Quality is everything we do

At Cambium Networks, we build quality in through design, manufacturing, testing, partner selection, and support, to ensure network operators’ confidence in responsive, reliable communications infrastructure. Customers choose Cambium Networks solutions over other systems because they “just work” the first time – and don’t stop. We understand and value the demands of mission critical communications and deliver solutions that safeguard your vital connectivity.

Connecting People, Places & Things

The visibility we are adding into network and intelligent traffic control offers unmatched end-to-end coverage to manage any application, data load, or environment, no matter how inaccessible. We connect people, places, and things to the opportunities created by the Internet of Things – the rise in bandwidth consumption, streaming video, and a world of new data. The technology landscape is evolving fast – and so are we. With Cambium Networks, everything is within reach.


I believe wireless communications can offer significant improvements to help utilities overcome this challenge. Providing safe water requires connecting the right people, places and things with security and confidence. We can achieve this by unifying entire water ecosystems with data, voice and video connectivity in a digital water meter network. How might this work? Wireless backhaul links would join metropolitan lift stations to treatment facilities and all the way back to remote reservoirs. In real-time, SCADA sensors would monitor pressure, flow rates, and water levels to identify leaks and unexpected inflows. Employees, even those who are remote, could easily track water usage and manage centralized valve and pump controls remotely.

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