We are now Anterix and we are building the foundation for smart infrastructure, smart cities and smart communities
We are focused on delivering transformative broadband that enables the modernization of critical infrastructure for energy, transportation, logistics and others. At Anterix, we are uniquely positioned to enable the solutions that support secure, resilient and customer‑controlled operations.
Industrial-Grade Solutions for Critical Infrastructure Industries and Enterprise Verticals
Our mission is to provide transformative broadband solutions for critical infrastructure industries and enterprises including next-generation communications platforms. We support digital transformations, infrastructure modernization, and cybersecurity strategies that will establish the new standard for performance and safety. Leveraging Anterix solutions, critical infrastructure customers can tackle their most impactful opportunities, unlocking applications from analytics to automation to edge monitoring and artificial intelligence. Together with Anterix, customers can build solutions that will scale and evolve with business needs.
The timeless beauty of the future grid will only be skin deep.
The future electricity sector on some level won’t look much different than the current one. Some centralized conventional power generation, some distributed energy, lots of substations and meters.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) last week voted to make six megahertz of low-band spectrum available for the development of critical wireless broadband technologies and services, clearing the way for electric utilities to develop their own communications networks that will enable modernization at the edge of the grid.
Yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) took action to make six MHz of low-band spectrum available for the development of critical wireless broadband technologies and services.
The FCC moved forward with sweeping changes in the 900 MHz band, making 6 megahertz of low-band spectrum available for the development of critical wireless broadband technologies and services through a process of realigning the band by moving incumbent narrowband users to different 900 MHz spectrum.