The Wireless Innovation Forum (WInnForum)
announced today CommScope as an approved Citizen’s Broadband Radio Service
(CBRS) Root of Trust Certificate Authority (CA). A supporting Request for
Proposals seeking candidates was distributed in May 2017 and multiple
organizations applied. Other approved CAs include DigiCert, Insta and Kyrio.
?“As interest in CBRS continues to grow,
network operators and other organizations are increasingly looking for partners
with the expertise, services, and solutions they need to rapidly and
cost-effectively deploy secure CBRS networks,” said Ben Cardwell, senior vice
president and segment leader, Venue and Campus Networks, at CommScope.
“CommScope’s approval as one of only four CBRS Root CAs further strengthens our
position as a one-stop shop for organizations seeking a trusted partner for
their CBRS network deployments.”
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Innovation Forum announced CommScope is an approved?Citizen’s Broadband
Radio Service Root of Trust Certificate Authority.
As a WInnForum approved Root of Trust Operator, CommScope can
now provide RSA-based and elliptic curve-based CA and device certificates
anchored by a CBRS Root CA through its Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Center.?CommScope’s PKI
Center?has generated over five billion keys for various
security ecosystems and successfully completed annual Certificate Authority
WebTrust compliance audits, including compliance with the WInnForum CBRS
standards and commercial separation of internal and external customer device
More information about the CA program can be found here:?https://cbrs.wirelessinnovation.org/cbrs-root-ca-operator.
The standards used for CBRS operations as well as information on the CA program
and supporting documents, produced by the Forum’s Spectrum Sharing Committee
(SSC), are available here:?http://cbrs.wirelessinnovation.org.
The SSC benefits from participation of a broad-based group that
includes wireless carriers, network equipment manufacturers, potential SAS and
ESC Administrators, satellite operators, existing 3650-3700 MHz band licensees,
and other parties with an interest in the 3550 MHz band.
To learn more about The Wireless Innovation Forum, its meetings
and membership benefits, or to become involved with the SSC, visit?http://www.WirelessInnovation.org.
About the Wireless Innovation Forum:
Established in 1996, The Wireless Innovation Forum (SDR Forum
Version 2.0) is a non-profit mutual benefit corporation dedicated to advocating
for spectrum innovation, and advancing radio technologies that support
essential or critical communications worldwide. Members bring a broad base of
experience in Software Defined Radio (SDR), Cognitive Radio (CR) and Dynamic
Spectrum Access (DSA) technologies in diverse markets and at all levels of the
wireless value chain to address emerging wireless communications requirements.
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