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Mobilitie to bring 5G capabilities to Tropicana Field in Tampa Bay

The 5G network upgrade will feature more than 15,000 feet of fiber, 138 remotes and 276 antennas Wireless infrastructure specialist Mobilitie is supporting wireless carriers as they outfit Tampa Bay’s Tropicana Field, home Tampa Bay Rays, with 5G capabilities. The network upgrade, comprised of a...

Mobilitie to deploy 5G network at Brooklyn’s Atlantic Terminal Mall

Mobilitie is installing a DAS that has a fiber and cable backbone of more than 20,000 linear feet Brooklyn’s Atlantic Terminal Mall, located across Atlantic Avenue from Barclays Center, is being fitted with a 5G network by Madison International Realty and wireless infrastructure specialist Mobilitie. For...

Well, technically… 5G NR on DAS will be a game changer: Rachel Rea, Boingo (Ep. 7)

RCR Wireless News · Well, Technically... 5G NR On DAS Is A Game Changer On this week's episode of Well, technically... Boingo's Rachel Rea, senior director of carrier sales, discusses distributed antenna system (DAS) in more detail, specifically focusing on the role these systems will...

Boingo launches cellular DAS, Wi-Fi networks at New Orleans airport

Boingo will provide multi-carrier wireless services at the 972,000 square-foot complex Boingo Wireless has launched neutral host cellular Distributed Antenna System and Wi-Fi networks at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY). The company will provide multi-carrier wireless services at the 972,000 square-foot complex...

Inside the Boingo Wireless NOC

Boingo NOC is "nerve center" of company's global operations Inside the Boingo Wireless offices in Los Angeles, California, a team of experts man the company's network operations center 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year, monitoring nearly 300,000 network elements,...

1+1=3: Small cells plus DAS (Reader Forum)

That math looks wrong, so perhaps we should explain? To shamelessly co-opt a quip from my Corning colleague Bill Cune, “Small cells and DAS go together like chocolate and peanut butter.” In this article, we’ll discuss the compelling math that really makes the headline...

Quantum Wireless deploys DAS solution for Georgia venue

The company said that T-Mo is the first carrier on the new DAS Quantum Wireless has installed a new high-speed, broadband cellular network at the Augusta Entertainment Complex, in the city of Augusta, Georgia. The company its Quantum distributed antenna system (DAS) is designed to...

Mobilitie installs DAS at Los Angeles Football Club’s new stadium

 The DAS includes 160 antennas and seven miles of cabling U.S. firm Mobilitie has installed its neutral-host distributed antenna system (DAS) at the Banc of California Stadium, home of Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC). The deployment was the result of a multi-year partnership between Mobilitie...

DAS accounts for 41% of Boingo Wireless’ revenues in Q1

  Boingo ended the first quarter with 41 DAS venues live and 84 DAS venues in backlog Revenue from the distributed antenna system (DAS) segment accounted for 41% of Boingo Wireless’ overall revenue in the first quarter of the year, up from a contribution of 37%...

Boingo CTO highlights wireless services for military bases

Military connectivity is major revenue driver for Boingo While Boingo Wireless is largely known for providing Wi-Fi at large venues like stadia and airports, the company provides a range of services including Wi-Fi and TV for service men and women living in military barracks throughout...

Moves toward virtualization, enterprise adoption mark DAS vendor news from MWC

Zinwave, SOLiD, JMA Wireless, Verizon make DAS announcements BARCELONA—As the telecommunications industry continues its gradual shift to increasingly virtualized, streamlined hardware and software solutions, major DAS vendors are keeping pace while also continuing work to crack into an enterprise market in desperate need of cost-conscious...

Why are DAS vendors moving to vRAN?

vRAN architecture improves flexibility and lowers total cost of ownership Virtualization of network functions is helping operators decrease network-related capex and opex by replacing expensive, proprietary solutions with software that can run on off-the-shelf hardware. As it relates to the radio access network, a vRAN...

How to choose a low- or high-power DAS (Reader Forum)

  To ensure reliable in-door wireless connectivity, industries across the board are turning to a distributed antenna system (DAS). A DAS typically comprises active electronics, usually a central hub connected to remote units, paired with antennas distributed throughout a building, all interconnected with cabling. The...

Zinwave targets hospitality with wide-band DAS

Hospitality Technology calls ubiquitous cellular, like what a DAS provides, one of the 'mega-trends' in the hotel business Christian Barb, senior vice president of global sales for DAS provider Zinwave, stressed the importance of hospitality interests providing guests with not only Wi-Fi, but also reliable...

Boingo Wireless Q2 revenues led by DAS

Los Angeles, Calif.-based Boingo Wireless is commonly associated with airport Wi-Fi, which it has been providing since 2001. And that's OK, CEO David Hagan said on a recent episode of the NPR podcast "Corner Office." But, as recently released Q2 2017 financial reports remind,...

Mobilitie neutral host DAS moves 25 terabytes during Kentucky Derby

Pictures of Always Dreaming, the winner of the 2017 Kentucky Derby race, were spread across social media sites by the 263,000 fans on hand at Churchill Downs. In fact, based on information from wireless infrastructure provider Mobilitie, attendees set a new record by sending...

Will traditional DAS give way to converged in-buidling communications systems?

Corning sees a move toward all-fiber backbones to support in-building cellular, Wi-Fi, building automation and more. “It’s not really about anymore, it’s about connectivity," Chris Wixom, Corning's senior director and VP of sales and business development, told RCR Wireless News....

Reader Forum: Macro sites remain the workhorse of the tower world

DAS and small cells are garnering more attention, but macro sites are still the main deployment method for carriers. Macro sites are still a vital piece of the growing wireless network ecosystem in a time when some attention has shifted to distributed...

Editorial Webinar: Building tomorrow’s networks: best practices for deploying hetnets

Small cell and DAS deployments require careful planning and coordination of a number of different processes. Zoning, permitting, lease agreements, backhaul, power, and "negative assets" all need to be evaluated when a site is chosen. A new site's planned performance needs to be projected...

What is a DAS? Active vs. passive, role of CPRI and more

What is a distributed antenna system? A distributed antenna system is a way to bolster cellular coverage and capacity by installing managed hubs and multiband antennas precisely where demand is greatest. A DAS installation increases the likelihood of strong reception given proximity to the end user...

Are there any whales left in the DAS market?

Compared to small cells, ‘DAS is better,’ Bandwidth Logic CEO said AUSTIN, Texas – The majority of high-profile spaces – stadiums, convention centers, transit hubs – that need distributed antenna systems already have them. Given that reality, what can the vendors and other stakeholders  do...

What's next for stadium DAS?

Stadium DAS has been a big business for years, but now the marquee venues in most "NFL cities" already have a distributed antenna system, and many have already gone through at least one upgrade cycle. Smaller stadiums may not be able to secure carrier...

AT&T, Mobilitie upgrade DAS ahead of Kentucky Derby

The 142nd running of the Kentucky Derby, set for May 7 at the hallowed Churchill Downs in Louisville, is expected to bring more than 300,000 fans together for what's widely called the most exciting two minutes in sports. And as smartphone penetration and attendant mobile...

DAS case study: Connecting Toreo Parque Central in Mexico City

The market for in-building wireless connectivity is red hot with venue owners spending big on deployments for hotels, shopping malls, concert venues and more. In this DAS case study, learn how a JMA Wireless deployment currently supports Telefonica mobile services with plans to add...

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