Neutral host networks are touted for their ability to improve the economics of wireless deployments because they eliminate duplicate infrastructure and enable better wireless coverage. The owner of the neutral host network varies – sometimes it is a mobile network operator, sometimes it’s an infrastructure company and sometimes it’s the venue owner. The neutral host model is thriving, particularly with venues that want long-term commitments. But the model also requires some extensive upfront investment. This panel will look at the advantages and disadvantages of the neutral host model.
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