Supercharge your next tech project with virtual co-creation

ELISABETH STAH | March 31, 2020

You know your business inside and out. You’re aware of its IT needs and challenges, and you want to take advantage of state-of-the-art technologies. Perhaps you’re looking to get supercharged on the latest tech trends and see how to employ them in your organization. What if your IT team could join forces with infrastructure specialists to co-create enterprise-scale solutions quickly? Co-creation is the concept of generating shared business value through partnership between a company and its customers. It can be used to brainstorm new products or services, solve problems or boost performance. In the IT industry, businesses might co-create IT solutions by working together to identify potential projects, define their scope and chart a plan for implementing them.

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Airspan Networks

Airspan is a Leading Vendor of LTE Small Cells and Small Cell Backhaul technologies. Established originally in 1992 as a product division of DSC Communications, Airspan became a standalone company in 1997 and today has more than 1000 customers in over 100 countries around the world. Airspan has a complete range of LTE and 4G Base Stations and complementary small cell backhaul solutions using both LTE Relay and proprietary technologies. Airspan also addresses non mobile carrier and private network deployment including the needs of fixed Internet Service Providers, and a number of vertical market segments including Smart Grids, Public Safety, Transportation and Oil & Gas.

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