In Building Tech takes a deep dive into the critical role deep fiber connectivity is poised to play in increasing ROI for building owners of multi-tenant office buildings. Industry experts cover insights and trends that are demanding the necessity for deep fiber connectivity.
Moderator Ron Scott, senior vice president of Strategy and Real Estate for Enterprise Network Solutions at ExteNet Systems and panelists Billy Rowland, chief engineer of Bank of America Plaza and Tim Danz, chief engineer of The California Center, a 50-story mixed-use high-rise in San Francisco’s financial district discuss how deep fiber is transforming value beyond energy savings, meeting demands for regulatory compliance and resulting in superior tenant experiences that improve ROI and offer other tangible financial benefits.
Ron Scott, senior vice president of Strategy and Real Estate for Enterprise Network Solutions at ExteNet Systems discusses the proliferation of optical fiber connectivity on the carrier-side fueled cloud-based and mobile applications is leaving many multi-tenant building owners without fiber connectivity throughout their office buildings vulnerable to extinction.
Billy Rowland, the chief engineer of Bank of America Plaza discusses shares how feeding deep fiber inside their commercial office building has enabled owners to increase their return on income by not only offering energy savings and consolidating building systems for higher efficiency but also generating an “enhanced” tenant experience, increasing tenant retention, lowering vacancy rates and improving the bottom-line for owners.
Tim Danz, chief engineer of The California Center, a 50 fifty story mixed-use high-rise in San Francisco shares how the property owners used deep fiber connectivity to transform the need to meet regulatory compliance and energy codes into an opportunity to build a smarter and more intelligent building which will and enable owners to monetize their brick and mortar in new and innovative ways.