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How is in-building cellular being deployed?

Nextivity demystifies in-building cellular networks and explains how Cel-Fi solutions shorten time-to-value from months to weeks Having ubiquitous, reliable, and performant in-building cellular service isn’t a courtesy. These days, it’s how business gets done. Businesses continue to ratchet up cellular data use as new use...

Why is in-building cellular necessary?

In-building cellular service is as essential to business as any utility, but it’s increasingly the business owner’s problemIn-building cellular service is as important to business as basic utilities like heat and power. Fast, ubiquitous, predictable, and reliable mobile service is not a luxury, it’s...

Nextivity announces Cel-Fi QUATRA 4000e deployment in Europe

Nextivity said the Cel-Fi QUATRA 4000e is an all-digital, multi-carrier active DAS hybrid solution Nextivity recently announced that Nordic distributor Tura Scandinavia AB is in the process of installing the first European deployment of Cel-Fi QUATRA 4000e. The new multi-carrier hybrid active DAS for the EMEA...

2022 Telecommunications Solutions Outlook

Wireless connectivity has never been as crucial to as many people as it is today. In a new world shaped by social distancing, wireless capabilities have transcended convenience and become the primary fabric of human interaction. This annual outlook created by Gap wireless examines different...

The 2021 In-Building Power Solutions Report

There are as many in-building wireless systems as there are buildings, and each must be carefully planned. There are many factors to consider when designing such systems. Examples include the architecture of a distributed antenna system, whether passive, active, or hybrid; the types, numbers,...

Qualcomm hones in on mmWave densification and in-building coverage

From creating new types of immersive entertainment and gaming experiences for consumers to changing the dynamics of enterprise collaboration, remote support and more, extended reality (XR) is poised for massive growth as 5G networks continue to proliferate. With incredibly high throughput, massive capacity and...

Cel-Fi selected to improve 3G / 4G / 5G cellular coverage at retail store chain

The projections for a robust retail segment this year are good. The National Retail Federation is forecasting retail sales in the U.S. could grow anywhere between 6.5 percent and 8.2 percent this year; and 50 million square feet of new retail space is anticipated...

M-Comm Sets The Benchmark In Quality And People With Graham Ellison

  The quality of your service is only as good as the people you bring into your team. With this in mind, in-building wireless integration specialist M-Comm hires for the “who,” not for the “what.” This attitude towards people has allowed the company to build a team and culture that set...

Financing options for enterprises deploying in-building wireless solutions

As carriers focus their capital spending on top-tier venues, it is up to businesses to pay for and acquire their own in-building wireless solutions. That was a key takeaway in the latest webinar hosted by Nextivity and T-Mobile. The webinar explored the topic of...

KT ends 2020 with 3.62 million 5G subscribers: CFO

Korean operator KT ended 2020 with a total of 3.62 million subscribers in the 5G segment, the telco said in its earnings statement. In the last quarter of 2020, the KT added around 810,000 5G customers, while total 5G additions for full 2020 amounted to...

2020 in review: Shifting coverage demands, a focus on public safety, and fiber’s foundational role in wireless

Nextivity discusses its approach to support work from home, distance learning, new deployment scenarios necessitated by COVID-19, and the company’s new Fiber HUB Nobody could have predicted how COVID-19 would fundamentally reshape how people around the world live their lives and conduct their business. And...

What does TIP’s mmWave testing tell us about indoor 5G?

The Telecom Infra Project performed testing last year specifically looking at penetration losses in indoor environments at 28 GHz and 60 GHz. TIP's testing gives some insights into the challenge of achieving outdoor-in coverage for 5G at millimeter-wave frequencies, but also paints an intriguing...

Nextivity Webinar: Introducing Cel-Fi QUATRA 4000 Fiber HUB

Need better cellular coverage in a multi-building campus, high-rise, or remote location? Historically, these facilities have required expensive traditional Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) with long fiber runs through the buildings to achieve an acceptable level of cellular reception for occupants, IoT, or cellular devices.Now there...

Three reasons that 5G indoor systems will be needed

Why will indoor 5G be important? Indoor cellular systems have been around for decades. But with the generational shift from 4G to 5G, they are widely expected to become even more necessary and widespread. There are several reasons for these expectations of growth. For one,...

How Corning Optical took a ‘wireless-first’ approach to its new Charlotte headquarters

The new Corning Optical Communications headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina boasts a gleaming, modern exterior. But it may be even more modern on the inside, in its approach to technology and in particular, wireless connectivity. “It’s really a vast departure from the way that...

Four predictions for the in-building wireless market

A new generation of cellular technology, operating in newly opened mmWave frequency bands, is promising a major shift in the in-building wireless space. Most cellular network traffic is generated indoors, and some of the early 5G use cases around sports, entertainment and more are...

What the FirstNet roadmap says about its in-building strategy

The First Responders Authority will be receiving about $18 billion in payments from AT&T over the 25-year-term of the FirstNet contract. An estimated $16 billion of that is expected to be reinvested in the network, as is required under the law which established FirstNet....

Verizon turns up 5G in Phoenix, partners with Boingo on in-building

"Hyper-dense network" is focus of in-building 5G partnership between Verizon and Boingo In its push to launch millimeter wave-based 5G service in 30 cities by the end of the year, Verizon today lit up it's new network In Phoenix. The carrier's "5G Ultra Wideband" network...

The 5G D-Day (Reader Forum)

What does this mean for building owners in practical terms and how will it benefit end users? After years of anticipation, the 5G network has finally arrived in the U.K. and the race is on between the operators for its widespread rollout. EE were the...

Private LTE deployments will dominate CBRS indoor deployments during the next five years (Analyst Angle)

Maravedis and EJL Wireless have partnered to provide a unique and thorough market analysis of the CBRS indoor opportunity which provides a reality check to all the marketing buzz currently going on in the marketplace. We see two clearly distinct market segments for initial CBRS...

Test and Measurement: Charter to test large enterprise CBRS network

Cable company Charter Communications plans to build a 100-node private network at its offices in Centennial, Colorado, using the Citizens Broadband Radio Service spectrum at 3.5 GHz to test the technology's ability to support an enterprise network located mostly indoors. According to an Special Temporary...

Millimeter wave 5G isn’t just for outdoor deployments

In-building 5G use cases, including millimeter wave, NR-U and 60 GHz, include venues, industrial facilities and enterprises In the U.S., Verizon and AT&T are both rolling out commercial 5G service using millimeter wave spectrum to provide consumers with an enhanced mobile broadband experience with early...

SQUAN Chief Strategy Officer says fiber business is ‘booming’ as 5G takes shape

With executive-level reorg and acquisitions, SQUAN repositioning as end-to-end network services firm ORLANDO--During the Wireless Infrastruture Association's Connect X event this week, SQUAN's Keith Pennachio, executive vice president and chief strategy officer, discussed the wireless and wireline trends he sees as growth opportunities for the...

Avoid over-fitting networks: Best practices for venue modeling (Reader Forum)

Technology is the cornerstone of the modern fan experience, making connectivity in smart stadiums a requirement to support the growing digital expectations of sport and entertainment goers. In newer stadiums, paperless ticketing and stadium-specific smartphone apps are commonplace to improve fan experiences but require...

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