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MOUNTAIN WIRELESS

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COLORADO CORNER-TO-CORNER

Network vs Application. OSI model is a ligucal stack - 7 layers - bottom layers are the cables you plug into cords. Then is bits - 1 and 0s- that you plug into frames. Routing layer groups of frames create packets connected together. At the top is the application layer - how do you use these things and put them together? Mountain Wireless lives in the first three areas. If we did our job right it's seamless to end users.

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Commercial

An industry with a tremendous amount of growth in smart cars that translate to smart cities. Efficient movement of people and goods. Where we fit in with transportation of goods and people is that as cities get smarter what dirves that is data-heavy, data-intensive systems. It has traditionally been up to people to operate traffic and transportation systems, but to make them smarter and safer, we need to have real time info, computationally decisions have to be made radically with an ability to transmit that info instantly. It requires large scale, uniform in their quality of transmission, and they have to be ubiquitous - publicly controlled, generally purposed network. A completely different level than it has been up to this point. A vehicle may be pinpointed, but it's traditionally been housed in a regional physical location that results in delays in transmission. Scaling that to a larger level results in delays. It was to be a web environment rather than a centralized hub a spoke system we're used to. It's good to know where one car is but you need to know where all the cars are.

Commercial

  • Commerce breaks into sales and logistics. In terms of logistics, supply chain management shows it fragility in how the information drives their. Someone who's working at Old Nave finds out they're out of blue shirts. If they don't have a way to seamlessly get it into the system, it costs time which is money and bears risk as well because every second counts. The network has to act on immediacy. On the other side a good, thriving business has to...liquidity...it is existential for commerce to happen that transactions have to happen which is where mobile networks enters in. Customer information has to be secure and private maintained to have a high trust system.

 

Transportation:

  • A strong wireless network. Seamless to end users. 

Case Study: Glenwood canyon historically had no cell service or network at all. MW installed a distributed antennae system (LTE) network within the canyon in 2022, directly before the massive mudslides. Through satellite uplinks the state that was clearing the damage had operational connectivity and is now supports both public safety and carrier networks.

Entertainment - 

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Transportation

An industry with a tremendous amount of growth in smart cars that translate to smart cities. Efficient movement of people and goods. Where we fit in with transportation of goods and people is that as cities get smarter what dirves that is data-heavy, data-intensive systems. It has traditionally been up to people to operate traffic and transportation systems, but to make them smarter and safer, we need to have real time info, computationally decisions have to be made radically with an ability to transmit that info instantly. It requires large scale, uniform in their quality of transmission, and they have to be ubiquitous - publicly controlled, generally purposed network. A completely different level than it has been up to this point. A vehicle may be pinpointed, but it's traditionally been housed in a regional physical location that results in delays in transmission. Scaling that to a larger level results in delays. It was to be a web environment rather than a centralized hub a spoke system we're used to. It's good to know where one car is but you need to know where all the cars are.

Commercial

  • Commerce breaks into sales and logistics. In terms of logistics, supply chain management shows it fragility in how the information drives their. Someone who's working at Old Nave finds out they're out of blue shirts. If they don't have a way to seamlessly get it into the system, it costs time which is money and bears risk as well because every second counts. The network has to act on immediacy. On the other side a good, thriving business has to...liquidity...it is existential for commerce to happen that transactions have to happen which is where mobile networks enters in. Customer information has to be secure and private maintained to have a high trust system.

 

Transportation:

  • A strong wireless network. Seamless to end users. 

Case Study: Glenwood canyon historically had no cell service or network at all. MW installed a distributed antennae system (LTE) network within the canyon in 2022, directly before the massive mudslides. Through satellite uplinks the state that was clearing the damage had operational connectivity and is now supports both public safety and carrier networks.

Entertainment - 

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Sports & Entertainment

Our primary focus is letting people get the most out of an experience by having a seamless network. People know when the network sucks if they can't send a selfie, our job is to not think about the network at all. Aesththetics are taken to heart to ensure that experience, they are stealth. They blend into the environment, are incorporated into existing structures, match down to the HEX color and incorporated patterns. Security is important because it increases sales. Ordering food and drinks from seat, authenticating ticket entry. We don't realize how much we rely on the phone in our pocket, much less the network to support it.  It's not jsut a cell site there, it's 100 cell sites working together and not fighting each other. A cell site can only support so many people, so multiple cell sites are required in larger venues but the more sites you add the harder it is as they compete for the limit bandwidth on the spectrum. So they have to be organized carefully to ensure uniform performance on the vendor and visitor end.

Coors Field - In making sure that their installed equipment and hardware that's installed was painted with hundreds of gallons of coors field green. We should see it, you should not.

02

Military

The primary issue within military is to make sure that their focus "Mission First" is supported by our efforts. When someone does have the opportunity to reach out to their loved one, in that limited time, if they can't do it that's a huge problem. It effects mission capabilities because the armed force recognize the whole person and the connection they have with their family. Communication within the security framework.  Military bases maintain mission readiness, and by creating a supporting network on base, these almost cities are brought up to speed with the overall connection in the outside world. Working within a secure facility like an military base holds appropriate challenges for a far great gain. Ensuring communication means no possibility for security breached, but instead partners to support their mission. 

Education

People learn differently and not everyone learns in a classroom setting. One thing we learned in Covid is how many benefit from learning online, and education has incredibly shifted online. Courses that perhaps were offered online before and are now accepted and perpetual offerings. All of these online class platforms are supported by networks. While campuses predominantly have small cell networks, MW created online networks to facilitate learning - even around the globe. options for people with jobs.

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Emergency Services

Two categories. First Net, which is the government LTE network, dedicated to emergency responders. only AT&T. Seperate radios, spectrum and the devices are dedicated to that network. Second net is for every other network priority is given for first responders and emergencies and can even join and use at network for non-emergency users. Have to by built to critical life-safety standards. The information has to get where it needs to be, securely. It requires continuous reliability so you don't lose track of something or someone halfway through. Case study boulder fires, mobile sites on mountain tops next to cell towers that had broken down. Fueling generators that had been working for days. Restoring cell sites that were partially damaged performing emergency services. Creating a widespread network around a natural disaster for first responders and supplementary services to evacuate and for the people themselves to know what is happening to either themselves or loved ones.

Critical infrastructure is dedicated infrastructure. The internet is not supposed to be a life safety system, which is why there is dedicated. Redundancy and not having single points of failure. The resiliency of building solid cell-sites forms protective measures. Principles and resilient, redundant, constant touch points and feedback systems.

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Hospital

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Medical

The medical industry has very tangentially significant issues as military issues and stand to benefit greatly from improvements. Telemetery, the act of gathering information and transportation it is definitely something in use today to track the vital signs of patients both in the hospital and remotely. They take this information and put it in your hands - securely and reliably. In the medical the tolerance for reliability is very, very low. The information has to come in real time without the questions as to whether there is an issue with a patient or connection. For MW is comes down to getting new kinds or large amounts of information transmitted from a source to a destination faster, more efficiently then it has been done before. Any one who benefits from information at their fingertips benefits from what we do. Advancements in robotic technology 

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Military

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