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Wireless Carriers, CRE Industry Brace for Hurricane Dorian

Wireless carriers and the CRE industry are taking precautions as Hurricane Dorian hits the Bahamas. Dorian is in the Atlantic Ocean and has the...

Seven Things Every Building Owner Should Know About CBRS

For too long, commercial real estate owners and industrial landlords have suffered from poor in-building connectivity and very high costs related to networking technologies...

Six tips to help CRE owners prepare for 5G

Currently, the next generation of cellular, 5G, is merely a discussion point in the commercial real estate industry as the major carriers in the...

Study: Connectivity Remains High Priority for CRE Tenants

WiredScore, an organization that helps landlords, developers and tenants become more digitally connected through its technology and real estate expertise, recently released the results...

WeWork Raises $1 Billion From SoftBank, Sees Revenue Double

Last week, Connected Real Estate Magazine covered why co-working spaces’ popularity continues to grow at a rapid pace. One of the reasons listed was the...

iGR, Connected Real Estate Magazine to host webinar to help CRE owners monetize small cells

iGR Research and Connected Real Estate Magazine will present the webinar, “Commercial Building Owners: How to Monetize Small Cells and 5G” on  Thursday,  August...

Why CRE owners should have tech support handy when implementing new technology

Hilton is one of a number of hotels following a new trend of letting guests use their smartphone as their room key, writes RCR...

In-building wireless at MWC: It’s all going virtual

For building owners, virtualization reduces total cost of ownership for in-building wireless systems Research suggests that some 80% of mobile traffic comes from inside buildings—commercial...

The Internet of Things… A Reality Check

Mass implementation of IoT in commercial buildings is inevitable, but getting there will not happen over-night In a recent article for this newsletter, I wrote...

The Internet of Things……IoT

A Not-So-Well-Known Benefit to Building Owners  IoT becomes important in managing commercial building systems where pennies per square foot make the difference between profit and...
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ZenFi Networks and Telia Carrier expand connectivity in NY Metro and Beyond

ZenFi Networks and Telia Carrier recently announced they’re forming a partnership in order to bring enhanced wireless connectivity to wholesale and enterprise customers throughout...

U.S. offices remain half empty as lockdown hits six months

It’s been six months since the COVID-19 pandemic forced offices to shut down and many of them are still quiet, according to The Wall...

Twitter looks to sublease 100,000 SF of San Fran HQ

Twitter recently instituted a permanent work from home policy because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but doesn’t mean it wants to see its headquarters go...

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...

Corning’s 5G mmWave gear passes Verizon Lab Trials

Moves on to Field testing in Live Network Verizon has competed lab trials on Corning’s 5G mmWave equipment and is moving on to test it...