Broadband connectivity, both wired and wireless, is now akin to a utility in its importance for building owners and the tenants they want to attract. So what are building owners looking for in the technologies they want in their buildings? “What we’re seeing is a couple of different dynamics going on,” Greg Spraetz, SVP of […]
For the last several years, market momentum has pushed 5G technology into the mainstream—at least kind of. Per Qualcomm, “5G is designed to be a unified, more capable platform that will not only elevate mobile broadband experiences, but also support new services such as mission-critical communications and the massive IoT.” So, what exactly does this […]
In discussions of smart buildings, the benefits of deploying a network infrastructure to both increase the intelligence of the building with smart devices and also to deliver a persistent wired/wireless network are very well explained. However, there is a dimension that is a blind spot to anyone who has not actually leased or operated commercial […]
Wireless internet connectivity has become a major consideration in the development of smart buildings. Eighty per cent of mobile usage occurs indoors today, and the infrastructure must be in place to support this demand. But it isn’t only smart phone usage which buildings will have to support; buildings themselves must become connected entities and wireless […]
IBW is taking off, driven by a convergence of technologies (small cells and CRAN, new DAS architectures, MEC, CBRS, MulteFire), connectivity needs (IoT, enterprise and venue applications, high-capacity/low-latency connectivity in venues), and business models (private networks, neutral hosts). This report looks at the evolution of IBW in our homes, public venues, and enterprises, and at […]
In the competitive world of enterprise cellular connectivity, teaming up with the right value-added distributor can make all the difference in market expansion and customer adoption for both the manufacturers and the resellers/system integrators of the technology. A good value-added distributor is much more than just a warehouse bursting with SKUs.
Nearly 72% of Americans experience dropped calls, slow internet, and poor cellular coverage. With 80% of cell phone use made indoors, it has a significant impact on businesses and productivity. SignalBoosters.com and Coleman Parkes Research examine the bottom line impact on revenue, productivity, and employer-employee relationships with this in-depth white paper.