BROWSING: In-Building Tech

Analyst Angle Report: Transforming the Workplace: Automation Technology and Use Cases for Smart Buildings

Intelligent building technology is poised to transform nearly ever aspect of the physical workplace in the coming years. From the ability to centralize the management of myriad of industrial control systems to the ability to create optimized micro-climates through out a building or factory...

Opex model vs. service model for in-building cellular

As carrier spend slows, how should enterprises fund in-building cellular? Carriers have a limited pool of money to spend on in-building cellular systems. As such, that investment is targeted toward marquee venues like stadia, transportation hubs and the like, and to high-priority customers. This paradigm...

With in-building cellular for commercial real estate, who pays?

Demand for in-building cellular is pointed, but market education gap remains By and large, a modern enterprise needs in-building cellular coverage and capacity. But in the context of commercial real estate owners and managers, there remains a gap in market education, as well as a...

New hybrid solution resolves middleprise in-building cellular densification challenges

  Those in the in-building wireless (IBW) market have heard about different “hybrids” to fix the indoor cellular connectivity problems virtually every enterprise experiences.  Whether it’s in the board room, the CEO’s office, or during an important sales call – dropped calls, poor cellular reception,...

Evaluating enterprise in-building cellular solutions

From business case to technology, enterprises need in-building cellular, but how do you find the solution that's best for you? Often referred to as the fourth utility, right up there with electricity, water and gas, in-building cellular coverage is an imperative for a modern enterprise....

Zinwave CEO talks in-building wireless for the enterprise

Willis lays out the three Fs of in-building wireless: all-fiber, full spectrum support and future-ready In a recent interview with RCR Wireless News, Zinwave CEO Scott Willis discussed some of the trends shaping the in-building wireless market, as well as discussed his firm's approach to...

Zinwave Webinar: The Enterprise’s Guide to In-building Wireless: Key Components & Cost Considerations

Nearly 25 years after the introduction of mobile phones, it is still disconcertingly familiar to see people leaning against a window, holding phones in the air or rushing around as they search for the elusive indoor cellular signal. The crowds around the windows are...

Three factors that affect in-building DAS total cost of ownership

When enterprises begin exploring ways to solve their indoor connectivity issues, much of their decision focuses on the bottom line – of course anyone wants to get the best bang for their buck, and for many purchases, that mainly comprises the initial layout However, when...

EXFO Webinar: Data-Centers transformations: In-Building challenges

Join EXFO as we discuss the various techniques and testing required to achieve optimum data center network connectivity performance. Learn all about the best practices to consider when building new optical infrastructure for network migration to higher bit rates inside the colocation and data...

Analyst Angle: In-building small cell forecast

In-building wireless BTS/controller-based small cell solutions finally reach critical size BTS/controller-based small cell deployments are typically targeted for enterprise vertical applications such as: Class A Office Hospitality Healthcare Large Retail Multi-Story/Multi-Tenant Housing Higher Education The enterprise market is the key battleground for the in-building wireless (IBW)...

‘Pay as you grow’ model needed for enterprise in-building wireless

When it comes to in-building wireless, enterprises can shift connectivity from a capital investment to an operational expense The perennial problem for enterprises in need of in-building wireless connectivity to support cellular uses is that carriers limit investment and are selective in spending on buildings,...

Signal boosters for enterprise in-building wireless

The term “signal booster” is often associated with a consumer-facing product meant to amplify indoor cellular coverage often in a residential setting. However, as enterprises increasingly look to self-fund in-building wireless connectivity, more robust, business-facing products have been developed to address the lucrative market...

There’s more to in-building wireless than DAS and small cells

In-building wireless is a red hot market, particularly given the shift from carrier subsidized deployments to enterprise- or neutral-host led financing models. To better enable enterprise buyers, equipment vendors are looking for ways to take cost and complexity out of DAS and small cells,...

In-building wireless: 4 things to know

In-building wireless was the topic of the most recent RCR Wireless News webinar and feature report. Here are four key takeaways from the webinar. 1. Buildings want multi-operator support. SureCall's Frankie Smith, VP of sales, said his company surveys potential customers to find out...

Construction boom good for in-building wireless industry

LAS VEGAS--Kyung Mun, principal analyst of firm Mobile Experts, told attendees of the 10th annual DAS and Small Cells Congress, that both anecdotal and U.S. Census Bureau-backed data demonstrates that there's an ongoing global construction boom that has been in an upswing since the...

How to lower the cost of enterprise in-building wireless

DAS, signal boosters and a small cell/DAS hybrid approach to in-building wireless for the enterprise The need for robust in-building wireless systems for enterprise users is well-established. The vast majority of mobile traffic originates inside buildings, and, particularly in the context of an office, retail...

3 enterprise in-building wireless trends to watch

Hybrid DAS/small cells, neutral host small cells and lower-cost DAS are helping serve the enterprise in-building wireless market Many marquee venues like stadiums and airports already have in-building wireless connectivity systems, often an active distributed antenna system (DAS), that provides multi-band, multi-carrier support -- albeit at...

DAS vs. small cells for in-building wireless

The need for robust in-building wireless systems for enterprise users is well-established. The vast majority of mobile traffic originates inside buildings, and, particularly in the context of an office, retail center, hospital or other enterprise environment, the common approach of providing coverage from the...

Seasoned investors to fund in-building DAS and small cells

An investment firm backed by one of Wall Street's most prestigious hedge funds is financing a new company that will fund in-building infrastructure for enterprise customers. Tiger Infrastructure Partners, backed by hedge fund pioneer Julian Robertson's Tiger Management, will fund DAS and small cell...

Overcoming the cost and technology barriers for enterprise In-building wireless connectivity

Reader Forum Eighty percent of cellular connections originate indoors, but most enterprise users complain about spotty service in their offices, and they typically blame their company or the building owner rather than their wireless operator. In a recent Zinwave survey, seventy-four percent of 1000 office...

Field Test In-Building Wireless

In this video, learn how to overcome building structure, low emissivity glass, adjacent buildings and other RF barriers that can adversely affect in-building wireless systems.

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