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Returning to the Office Safely in 2021

Geoverse bundles its Private Cellular Solution with innovative partners to help CRE and Tenants do just that The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown its share of challenges at the commercial real estate industry. The challenges began when many enterprises were forced to quickly shift to a remote work from home model, leaving millions of square feet of prime office space vacant and lifeless for months, and put CRE’s future hosting large numbers of tenants, employees, and visitors, into question. Fortunately, as we enter the New Year, companies have begun to slowly return or at least make preliminary plans for

Can commercial solar be a savior to the retail and office real estate sectors?

At times, it can appear that the commercial real estate (“CRE”) industry has experienced somewhat of a reversal. Traditional office space and retail real estate investments, which have been historically stable, now face potentially unrecoverable challenges. Meanwhile amid the COVID-19 pandemic, remote offices and online shopping have become the norm. Traditional brick and mortar retail locations’ issues cannot all be blamed on COVID-19. They were on the decline before the pandemic hit the United States, as the traditional mall shopper began to rethink their purchasing routines. Normally, there would not be cause for concern—the CRE market has gone

A View from the Top by Jon Schultz

Introduction. The real estate industry is about to give birth to the most transformative era in the office marketplace in a generation – it’s messy, it’s loud, it’s frantic and its future is yet to be seen. But it is definitely upon us and there is no way to stop it. The prospective of declining demand and increasing costs has chilled many development aspirations over the last 9 months and the remaining players are preparing for a battle that will be won with technical superiority and scale – and will be richly rewarded at its conclusion. The laggards

How can all three wireless carriers be the fastest?

Moderate your 5G expectations to avoid being disappointed At some point over the last couple of years, wireless carriers AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile have claimed...

High Satisfaction numbers show wireless carriers in good standing with customers

T-Mobile leads the pack for Fourth Year in a Row The COVID-19 pandemic could have been devastating for wireless carriers and their connectivity offerings. As...

Ericsson reveals sales growth in Q4, full-year 2020 results

Telecom company points to strong 5G portfolio as big reason for increased sales. Telecommunications company Ericsson recently announced its fourth quarter results, which revealed 13%...

Returning to the Office Safely in 2021

Geoverse bundles its Private Cellular Solution with innovative partners to help CRE and Tenants do just that The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown its share of challenges at the commercial real estate industry. The challenges began when many enterprises were forced to quickly shift to a remote work from home model, leaving millions of square feet of prime office space vacant and lifeless for months, and put CRE’s future hosting large numbers of tenants, employees, and visitors, into question. Fortunately, as we enter the New Year, companies have begun to slowly return or at least make preliminary plans for

Can commercial solar be a savior to the retail and office real estate sectors?

At times, it can appear that the commercial real estate (“CRE”) industry has experienced somewhat of a reversal. Traditional office space and retail real estate investments, which have been historically stable, now face potentially unrecoverable challenges. Meanwhile amid the COVID-19 pandemic, remote offices and online shopping have become the norm. Traditional brick and mortar retail locations’ issues cannot all be blamed on COVID-19. They were on the decline before the pandemic hit the United States, as the traditional mall shopper began to rethink their purchasing routines. Normally, there would not be cause for concern—the CRE market has gone

A View from the Top by Jon Schultz

Introduction. The real estate industry is about to give birth to the most transformative era in the office marketplace in a generation – it’s messy, it’s loud, it’s frantic and its future is yet to be seen. But it is definitely upon us and there is no way to stop it. The prospective of declining demand and increasing costs has chilled many development aspirations over the last 9 months and the remaining players are preparing for a battle that will be won with technical superiority and scale – and will be richly rewarded at its conclusion. The laggards

How can all three wireless carriers be the fastest?

Moderate your 5G expectations to avoid being disappointed At some point over the last couple of years, wireless carriers AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile have claimed...

High Satisfaction numbers show wireless carriers in good standing with customers

T-Mobile leads the pack for Fourth Year in a Row The COVID-19 pandemic could have been devastating for wireless carriers and their connectivity offerings. As...

Ericsson reveals sales growth in Q4, full-year 2020 results

Telecom company points to strong 5G portfolio as big reason for increased sales. Telecommunications company Ericsson recently announced its fourth quarter results, which revealed 13%...
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