Download ‘Enterprise DAS, small cells and signal boosters: Indoor densification trends and strategies’ Feature Report
Successful solutions are those that can deliver a better experience for the end user and a positive ROI for the solution providers
Austin, Texas (PRWEB)
June 08, 2017
RCR Wireless News spoke with experts from SoLID, SureCall, CommScope, NB+C, Anritsu, and Gap Wireless for their views about how in-building wireless systems are being targeted to enterprise users by getting insight into considerations that should be weighed during the technology selection process with focus on DAS, small cells and signal boosters; how investment in dense fiber networks plays a role in enabling in-building wireless systems; and how the evolution of in-building wireless systems has added complexity to the test and measurement process.
The report, entitled “Enterprise DAS, small cells and signal boosters: indoor densification trends and strategies” explores the challenge of improving connectivity for the enterprise that involves multiple stakeholders: building owners, tenants, equipment suppliers, integrators, infrastructure providers and of course wireless carriers. Successful solutions are those that can deliver a better experience for the end user and a positive ROI for the solution providers.
The report also highlights the dominant technologies and trends impacting the in-building wireless space with a look at innovative approaches to DAS, small cells and signal boosters meant to reduce cost of complexity to better address the enterprise market
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- Martha DeGrasse, Editor, Wireless Infrastructure, RCR Wireless News
- Tim Moynihan, VP Marketing at SOLiD
- Frankie Smith, VP of Sales at SureCall
- Luigi Tarlazzi,…
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