Pandemic as an Opportunity to Address Digital Inequality
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Pandemic as an Opportunity to Address Digital Inequality

Private mobile networks can make a difference

In 1976, M. F. Weiner wrote an article in the journal Medical Economics entitled “Don’t Waste a Crisis — Your Patient’s or Your Own.” His intention was to encourage physicians to use a crisis as an opportunity to create positive change. The same can be said about technology.  For decades now, conversation on the digital divide has lingered with not enough action. Today, COVID-19 has brought this issue to the forefront and we now have a societal sea change opportunity to address it.

In this blog, Eli Omar discusses the role of private LTE networks over CBRS in bridging the digital divide.