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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...

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DAS A distributed antenna system, or DAS, is a way to deal with isolated spots of poor coverage inside a large building by installing a...

Solving Cellular Reception Challenges for Properties in Dense Urban Environments

People continue to move from rural to urban areas, making for larger cities with greater population density. This urban phenomenon offers an abundance of...

Connected Real Estate Magazine Releases Its Latest Edition

The Most Comprehensive Guide to All Things Connected. Fifth Gen Media has released the latest edition of its flagship publication, Connected Real Estate Magazine. Subscribers...

Need a Radio For Your DAS System?

Diamond Acquires Cheytec Telecommunications’ In-Building Assets, Contracts. Wireless infrastructure company Diamond Communications announced this week its subsidiary Diamond Mobile Solutions acquired Cheytec Communications’ in-building assets....

Serving up Cellular Coverage for Food Hall in Sub-Ground Level of Busy Mall

By Joe Schmelzer, Senior Director of Products at Nextivity, Inc. DeKalb Market Connectivity The Dekalb Market Food Hall is in the basement level of...

Orlando Mayor Likens 5G Deployment Competition to ‘Modern Space Race’

5G In Orlando Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer deemed the city’s Creative Village as a prime spot for tech-savvy workers leaving Silicon Valley. Dyer...

Costly Fiber Solutions Finally Have a Quality Alternative

Factoring in the cost and time to implement good in-building cellular coverage. When is Fiber needed? Fiber is typically used in an Active DAS to connect...

Geoverse Ready to Bring CBRS To CRE

The Citizens Band Radio Service’s (CBRS) impending arrival and availability continues to be one of the most discussed topics in the commercial real estate...

Realcomm Promotes Proptech and Begins to Eye Wireless Connectivity

  Last week’s Realcomm show in Nashville seemed like a well-oiled machine run by a top shelf team of trade show pros. The event brought...
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Managing CRE assets and utilities through Coronavirus

As the Coronavirus pandemic hit the United States, commercial real estate owners, managers and building engineers have had to come up with cost-cutting and...

Will Retail Landlords Embrace the Cannabis Industry?

Richard Acosta, CEO of Subversive REIT, recently raised $225 million for a public REIT (real estate investment trust) dedicated to the cannabis industry and...

It’s official: T-Mobile closes merger with Sprint

T-Mobile announced this week that it officially closed its $31 billion merger with Sprint after a two-year, uphill climb. The combined company will be...

FCC delays CBRS spectrum auction amid Coronavirus

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced last week that it would delay the Priority Access License (PAL) auction for the 3.5GHz CBRS (Citizens Radio...

Coronavirus and its financial impact on CRE

The Coronavirus outbreak and its impact is top of mind for a lot of industries, including commercial real estate. With a new month starting,...

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...

Get the tradeshow experience without leaving your chair

Almost every industry in the United States has been put on hold due to the recent health crisis, and the trade show circuit has...

International expert panel deems 5G safe

The International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) recently announced that 5G does not pose a health risk. The independent panel, which provides scientific...