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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

AMDOCS: End-to-End Private LTE / 5G Enabler

The emergence of the Citizens Radio Broad Service (CBRS) and available spectrum that’s come with it has made private LTE networks a reality for more commercial real estate owners and enterprises in recent years. Private LTE networks remove CRE owners from the difficult position of deciding between a less expensive, but also less powerful in-building network (Wi-Fi), or entering an expensive agreement with carriers to address their needs. Having a private LTE network in place and maximizing its potential are however two different things. AMDOCS helps CRE owners and enterprises do the latter. The company uses a variety

Cover Story: 5G & CBRS Indoors – A Conversation With Jim Hyde, President & CEO of Extenet Systems

ExteNet Systems, a national converged communications infrastructure and services provider for the CRE industry, recently spoke with Connected Real Estate Magazine on a variety of industry-related topics. ExteNet President and CEO Jim Hyde and VP and CTO Tormod Larsen shared their insights on recent industry shifts, the latest on indoor 5G wireless networks as well as its own indoor solutions and what’s in store for the industry going forward. "We’re seeing an incredible transformation that is driving accelerated demand for digital communications’ infrastructure across the board, and particularly as it relates to our indoor business." CONNECTED

The Convergence of Connectivity & Proptech

Pablo Picasso. Crude oil. Chemistry of Memory. Mother Earth. These are the topics Rudin Management Chief Technology Officer and Chief Operating Officer John Gilbert told the audience at his ITEXPO keynote that he wanted to discuss. It was an eclectic collection of talking points, but Gilbert’s hope was that by the end of his presentation, the topics would be connected. They were. Gilbert managed to take four seemingly disconnected topics and merge them to explain how wireless connectivity and property technology could and would work together to create smarter buildings that could improve tenants’ experience, save building owners money

Mitigating Community Spread of Coronavirus Using mHealth & Mobile Networking

As news of the COVID-19 Coronavirus (“Coronavirus”) epidemic continues to dominate the attention of nations across the globe, attention is increasingly being placed on ways to mitigate community spread by pursuing tactics such as self-quarantine and isolation measures as well as distance-based interactions. These efforts are aimed at minimizing close encounters between infected people in order to control the spread of this highly-contagious pathogen. The global pandemic is prompting drastic measures by worldwide governments to limit further social impacts and economic damages. Fortuitously, high-performing mobile health (mHealth) services are now available that provide a variety of options to healthcare

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

AMDOCS: End-to-End Private LTE / 5G Enabler

The emergence of the Citizens Radio Broad Service (CBRS) and available spectrum that’s come with it has made private LTE networks a reality for more commercial real estate owners and enterprises in recent years. Private LTE networks remove CRE owners from the difficult position of deciding between a less expensive, but also less powerful in-building network (Wi-Fi), or entering an expensive agreement with carriers to address their needs. Having a private LTE network in place and maximizing its potential are however two different things. AMDOCS helps CRE owners and enterprises do the latter. The company uses a variety

Cover Story: 5G & CBRS Indoors – A Conversation With Jim Hyde, President & CEO of Extenet Systems

ExteNet Systems, a national converged communications infrastructure and services provider for the CRE industry, recently spoke with Connected Real Estate Magazine on a variety of industry-related topics. ExteNet President and CEO Jim Hyde and VP and CTO Tormod Larsen shared their insights on recent industry shifts, the latest on indoor 5G wireless networks as well as its own indoor solutions and what’s in store for the industry going forward. "We’re seeing an incredible transformation that is driving accelerated demand for digital communications’ infrastructure across the board, and particularly as it relates to our indoor business." CONNECTED

The Convergence of Connectivity & Proptech

Pablo Picasso. Crude oil. Chemistry of Memory. Mother Earth. These are the topics Rudin Management Chief Technology Officer and Chief Operating Officer John Gilbert told the audience at his ITEXPO keynote that he wanted to discuss. It was an eclectic collection of talking points, but Gilbert’s hope was that by the end of his presentation, the topics would be connected. They were. Gilbert managed to take four seemingly disconnected topics and merge them to explain how wireless connectivity and property technology could and would work together to create smarter buildings that could improve tenants’ experience, save building owners money

Mitigating Community Spread of Coronavirus Using mHealth & Mobile Networking

As news of the COVID-19 Coronavirus (“Coronavirus”) epidemic continues to dominate the attention of nations across the globe, attention is increasingly being placed on ways to mitigate community spread by pursuing tactics such as self-quarantine and isolation measures as well as distance-based interactions. These efforts are aimed at minimizing close encounters between infected people in order to control the spread of this highly-contagious pathogen. The global pandemic is prompting drastic measures by worldwide governments to limit further social impacts and economic damages. Fortuitously, high-performing mobile health (mHealth) services are now available that provide a variety of options to healthcare
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