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Offices, Malls will have a different look after the Pandemic

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The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the commercial real industry in all areas, but especially office buildings and retail shops. The disruption didn’t come as much of a surprise during the height of the pandemic—government...
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New cost-effective way to leverage fiber for inbuilding cellular coverage

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By Dean Richmond, Sr Director of Marketing While having cellular coverage is no longer optional in large buildings – such as schools, offices, retail spaces, hotels, warehouses, data centers, medical facilities, and emergency response...
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FCC Chairman Pai announces Jan. 20 departure

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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai announced this week that he’ll be stepping down from his post on January 20, the day President-elect Joe Biden is inaugurated. Pai became an FCC commissioner in...
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Guitar Center files for bankruptcy

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Musical instrument retailer Guitar Center recently announced it filed for bankruptcy as part of its financial restructuring plan. Guitar Center, the largest musical instrumental retailer in the U.S., had been struggling to compete against...
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Tech titans show great belief in CRE

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The COVID-19 pandemic has left many individuals and companies with no choice but to work remotely. The recent spike in telework has raised questions about the future of commercial real estate, especially office buildings,...
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City office buildings face return to work setback amid virus spikes

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A recent spike in COVID-19 cases throughout the U.S. caused a major setback to return to work numbers—especially in cities, according to The Wall Street Journal. Things had been looking up after Labor Day,...
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Ericsson: A Billion people will have 5G access by year’s end

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The major wireless carriers in United States have been working tirelessly to deploy a nationwide 5G network, but from a global standpoint, Ericsson projects more than one billion people will have access to the...

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Ericsson: A Billion people will have 5G access by year’s end

The major wireless carriers in United States have been working tirelessly to deploy a nationwide 5G network, but from a global standpoint, Ericsson projects...

Private companies deploy their own 5G networks

Major wireless carriers in the U.S. have been hard at work to deploy a nationwide 5G wireless network, but there will be a key...

U.S. House passes $750M Open RAN 5G bill

The U.S. House passed three telecommunications-related bills this week, including The Utilizing Strategic Allied (USA) Telecommunications Act of 2020. The bill, which passed unanimously,...

Enable Timely 5G Network Deployments Utilizing Mid-Band Spectrum

The role of new licensed, unlicensed, and shared mid-band spectrum (2-6 GHz) is vital in continuing the widespread adoption of 5G networks. The FCC...

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Tech titans show great belief in CRE

The COVID-19 pandemic has left many individuals and companies with no choice but to work remotely. The recent spike in telework has raised questions...

City office buildings face return to work setback amid virus spikes

A recent spike in COVID-19 cases throughout the U.S. caused a major setback to return to work numbers—especially in cities, according to The Wall...

Virtual Shows move into the modern era at Connected Virtual Tech Event

This week’s Connected Virtual Tech Event has shown the way for the future of virtual shows by using an innovative new platform called Purple...
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Switching from Vodka to hand sanitizer during a pandemic

Hear from a local distillery on how they pivoted during a pandemic In this episode of Connected with Laurie, Laurie interviews Ron Vars who is...

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Comba’s Latest Line of Public Safety Products Ensure Clear Communication Lines for First Responders

Ensures Clear Communication Lines for First Responders Public safety voice communications for first responders primarily relies upon the quality of their two-way radio network and coverage within their jurisdiction. This also extends to how well their LMR’s (land mobile radios) work inside the buildings where they provide emergency services. We all know or recognize that cellular coverage diminishes when we walk inside large buildings or any LEED Green Certified building because the buildings cause cellular signals to drop significantly. First responders’ radios that operate on the public safety network are no different and can suffer the same call quality degradation,

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Landlords may see increasing interest by AT&T for new Towers

The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, & Transportation held “An Update on FirstNet” hearing on Thursday, July 20 to learn about the progress...

SOLiD Relocates to new U.S. Headquarters in Plano, Texas

This August SOLiD announced that it opened up a new “state-of-the-art” headquarters in Plano, Texas, according to a news release. The leading provider of...

Lack of an In-Building Public Safety Radio System Will Delay or Stop Certificate of Occupancy

The HetNet Forum offers advice to developers, building owners and related construction trades on how to avoid non-compliance Be sure to understand the local...

Another opt-in for FirstNet during an active hurricane season

Between hurricanes, earthquakes, wildfires, and other natural disasters, a first responder communications network could not come sooner. Texas Governor Greg Abbott choose to opt-in to...

Wireless carriers step up to help with Hurricane Harvey relief efforts

When Hurricane Harvey ravaged southern Texas in late August, it was all hands on deck to assist with recovery efforts. Everyone from residents, companies,...

The Wireless Codes For In-Building

Installing a public safety radio system is difficult because it must comply with the public codes. The problem is although the national codes are...

Choosing the Right Installer for an In-Building Public Safety Radio Project

Installing an In-building First Responder Radio System could get more complicated and costly than it needs to be if you don’t hire the right...

Wireless carriers continue relief efforts during Hurricane Irma

When Hurricane Harvey hit southeast Texas, wireless carriers like AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint wasted no time stepping in to donate data, minutes and...
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Tishman Speyer creates $300M SPAC for Proptech investments

Tishman Speyer, one of the largest commercial real estate landlords in the United States with a 78 million square feet portfolio, recently created a...

Parking Lot Tech? REEF turns Lots into Neighborhood Hubs

REEF Technology secures $700M investment to remaking parking lots SoftBank and Mubadala Corp. recently put their continued faith in the commercial real estate industry on...

WCI unveils ImpruviX connectivity solution for U.S. community and destination properties

World Cinema (WCI), a technology, services and connectivity provider for guest-centric properties, recently introduced its new ImpruviX solution. The turnkey, fully customized advanced wireless...

How to Run a Successful Tech Pilot

By: Crystal Fisher & Michael Rudin The convergence of technology and Real Estate was a long time coming, and for the past decade startups looking...

Unified Buildings Key to Post-Pandemic Return to Commercial Property

By Harry Smeenk & Ben Steinberg The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in the commercial real estate (CRE) market. While traditionally this industry...

REBNY presents PropTech Challenge at Connected Virtual Tech Event

The upcoming Connected Virtual Tech Event, presented by Connected Real Estate Magazine and the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), will offer something...

IoT venture market eyes comeback amid pandemic-caused difficulties

Internet of Things (IoT) devices have become a critical part of the commercial real estate ecosystem. Automatic lights, locks and thermostat controls are just...

NB-IoT And LTE-M Understanding the Nuances for CRE Application Considerations

As the Internet-of-Things (IoT) continues to connect people, space and things at a massive scale, two standards in the world of licensed spectrum, LTE-M and NB-IoT, have emerged rapidly as the low-power-wide-area (LPWA) victors that are here to stay. It is easy to find ourselves meandering in this world of IoT trying to make sense of these technologies in order to understand their applicability for various enterprise IoT solutions, including commercial real-estate (CRE). To understand the depth of penetration and evolution of LPWA in the licensed spectrum, as of this date, there are thirty-four (34) LTE-M and eighty-seven (87)

Proptech Journey: The Story of Cypress Waters

How Airwavz Solutions Enhanced Cypress Waters’ Connectivity to Make it World Class Today, Cypress Waters is a spectacular 8-million square foot waterfront mixed-use development featuring commercial office, multi-family residential, retail, restaurants, concert and convention venues, and much more. A five-minute drive from DFW International Airport and an easy commute to the Dallas and Fort Worth metro areas, Cypress Waters’ corporate campus hosts the American headquarters of international conglomerates. An expected 20,000 residents and employees will be there by 2021. Among the many amenities that tenants enjoy are complimentary lunchtime shuttles to local restaurants and public art to dazzle the

Expert Analysis: A Closer look at 5G- A Conversation with Ed Knapp of American Tower

5G, the next generation of wireless connectivity, has created a lot of buzz around the commercial real estate industry. However, there are more questions than answers. Ed Knapp, Chief Technology Officer at American Tower, recently spoke with Rich Berliner, Connected Real Estate Magazine Chief Executive Officer and Publisher, to answer some of these questions. Knapp and Berliner discuss the fifth generation of wireless and its impact on the industry, who is poised to benefit most, how easy it will be for commercial real estate owners to upgrade, the technology that will make a 5G investment worthwhile for landlords, and
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