Tuesday, October 27, 2020
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Marc Ganzi, CEO of Colony Capital, Announced as a Keynote at The Connected Virtual...

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Ganzi to Discuss the new Challenges as a Public Company CEO and Opportunities he sees for Digital Assets WARREN, N.J. - Oct. 26, 2020 - PRLog -- Fifth Gen Media and The Connected Virtual Tech...
proptech challenge

REBNY presents PropTech Challenge at Connected Virtual Tech Event

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The upcoming Connected Virtual Tech Event, presented by Connected Real Estate Magazine and the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), will offer something for everyone in the commercial real estate, telecommunications and technology...
connected virtual tech event

5 reasons why you should attend the Connected Virtual Tech Event

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The Connected Virtual Tech Event is fast approaching. Connected Real Estate Magazine, in conjunction with the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), and the Proptech Challenge will present the online program on November...
5G network

How Should Building Owners Prepare for 5G?

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Few technologies have been in the news recently as much as 5G. Everyone is talking about the next generation of cellular networks, but there doesn't seem to be a lot of practical information. Is...
cumulus media

Cumulus Media closes tower saleleaseback with Vertical Bridge

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Cumulus Media, one of the largest owners of radio stations across the United States, recently announced the initial closing of their broadcast tower sale-leaseback transaction with Vertical Bridge, one of the largest telecommunication infrastructure...
platform

Connected Virtual Tech Event presents game-changing platform

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Show attendees will be able to talk directly to one another, walk the show floor and more. Virtual trade shows and conferences have become the norm during the COVID-19 pandemic, but Connected Virtual Tech Event...

Why Bringing back the trades is so important!

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In this episode of Connected with Laurie, Laurie interviews Steve Turner, Founder of Bring Back The Trades. Learn why trades may become obsolete in our future and how we can change this.

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How Should Building Owners Prepare for 5G?

Few technologies have been in the news recently as much as 5G. Everyone is talking about the next generation of cellular networks, but there...

Pentagon’s national 5G proposal puts carriers on edge

The Pentagon and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) have both put forth 5G-related proposals, which have alarmed wireless carriers, The Wall Street Journal reports....

COMSovereign covers all the bases for 5G with end to end strategy

There are still ways to play the 5G story with a wholistic pureplay. There has been so much hype in the press about 5G...

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

Healthcare Tech

New innovations could help CRE owners create virus-free buildings

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses that typically work onsite to switch to a remote work model, leaving commercial real estate owners to...

A Doctor on a Stick

Capitalizing on the New Normal Disruptive innovation is usually heralded by sudden and unforeseen events such as a crisis, war, or necessity (one may recall...

How CEO’s feel about work from home policies

Working from home quickly went from a benefit some companies offered to a widespread requirement for many businesses after the COVID-19 pandemic hit the...

Telehealth services are on the rise, but for how long?

Just about every service that could be done remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic has been, including telehealth. Remote doctor’s appointments have increased significantly over...

Public Safety

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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IoT Buildings

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

Rudin wins Corporate Energy Management Award from AEE

The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), a non-profit professional organization, recently recognized New York-based real estate owner and operator Rudin Management with its “Corporate...
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Learn how one hotel owner created his own technology and why he did so

In this episode of Connected with Laurie, Laurie interviews Farukh Aslam, CEO of Sinclair Holdings. If you own a hotel, a hospital or a commercial...

Cyber Security in the Age of OT and IT Convergence

Maya Angelou, an American poet, said “You can't really know where you are going until you know where you have been.” Her wisdom still...

What’s Lurking in Your Building’s Cyber Closet?

Modern Buildings Drive Convenience and Service Today’s building infrastructure consists of differentiated interconnected networks of systems that are designed to support and serve a variety...

Are Smart Cities really a good idea?

Quayside dies on the vine as the concern about constant surveillance weighs on public opinion Quayside, the Toronto-based “smart city” project appears to be officially...
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