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ExteNet Systems Enables Mobility at 1515 Market Street in Philadelphia

In-Building Wireless service enabled in the building as part of Proptech initiative Chicago, Ill. – June 11, 2020 – ExteNet Systems, a leading provider...

Retain Tenants by Solving Spotty Cellular Problems in Multi-Unit Dwellings

With more tenants working from home, it is no longer optional to provide a strong cellular connection inside your multi-unit dwellings. In fact, it...

An Interview with Jennifer Fritzsche Part 2

Interview with Rich Berliner by Jennifer Fritzsche, Senior Analyst Wells Fargo Securities Rich, you’ve given me like the perfect transition or set up for my...

FCC’s new rules make 1,200 megahertz of spectrum available for unlicensed use

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently announced it adopted rules to make 1,200 megahertz of spectrum in the 6 GHz band available for unlicensed...

Sitetracker releases 2020 Telecom Infrastucture Provider Outlook

Survey shines light on how telecom leaders think Coronavirus will impact the industry. Sitetracker, a high-volume infrastructure project manager, recently announced it released its 2020...

Max Boost, SureCall Enhance Shopping Experience with Passive DAS

The act of grocery shopping has changed significantly in the last few years. Gone are the days of paper lists and coupons—shoppers are more likely to use their cell phone to navigate their trip to the store. This means that supermarkets and other retail stores have no choice but to ensure that they have reliable, in-building wireless coverage throughout their property—and Max Boost Wireless and SureCall have been working to help them make this digital transition. The companies have worked together to install a passive distributed antenna system (DAS) for a Texas-based grocery store chain as well as some

ExteNet Systems Enables Mobility at 1515 Market Street in Philadelphia

In-Building Wireless service enabled in the building as part of Proptech initiative Chicago, Ill. – June 11, 2020 – ExteNet Systems, a leading provider...

Retain Tenants by Solving Spotty Cellular Problems in Multi-Unit Dwellings

With more tenants working from home, it is no longer optional to provide a strong cellular connection inside your multi-unit dwellings. In fact, it...

An Interview with Jennifer Fritzsche Part 2

Interview with Rich Berliner by Jennifer Fritzsche, Senior Analyst Wells Fargo Securities Rich, you’ve given me like the perfect transition or set up for my...

FCC’s new rules make 1,200 megahertz of spectrum available for unlicensed use

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently announced it adopted rules to make 1,200 megahertz of spectrum in the 6 GHz band available for unlicensed...

Sitetracker releases 2020 Telecom Infrastucture Provider Outlook

Survey shines light on how telecom leaders think Coronavirus will impact the industry. Sitetracker, a high-volume infrastructure project manager, recently announced it released its 2020...

Max Boost, SureCall Enhance Shopping Experience with Passive DAS

The act of grocery shopping has changed significantly in the last few years. Gone are the days of paper lists and coupons—shoppers are more likely to use their cell phone to navigate their trip to the store. This means that supermarkets and other retail stores have no choice but to ensure that they have reliable, in-building wireless coverage throughout their property—and Max Boost Wireless and SureCall have been working to help them make this digital transition. The companies have worked together to install a passive distributed antenna system (DAS) for a Texas-based grocery store chain as well as some
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