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Connectivity to Host the Second Annual Summer Celebration Event in Chicago, IL

CAROL STREAM, IL–(Marketwired – Jul 2, 2014) – Connectivity Wireless Solutions, a nationwide leader in providing in-building wireless solutions, announces the date for its second annual Summer Celebration event in Chicago, IL, to be held August 12, 2014 from 7:00-10:00pm at the John G. Shedd Aquarium. The event, dubbed Connectivity’s Summer Celebration, brings together DAS, Small Cell and HetNet industry professionals including service providers, integrators, hardware and software providers and other in-building wireless experts across a number of verticals, such as end-users in government, healthcare, higher education, hospitality and commercial real estate.

As the region’s leading in-building wireless solutions integrator, Connectivity Wireless’ second annual Summer Celebration is open to its partners, customers, vendors and prospects interested in learning about DAS and Small Cell technologies enabling wireless connectivity solutions throughout the area. Multiple levels of sponsorship opportunities are available to attendees including Premium, Associate, Partner packages and more. These include a nominal number of event invitations, allowing sponsors to invite their customers and prospects directly. In addition, ticket package bundles of 10 or more are substantially discounted from the individual ticket price including admission to the social, access to a three-hour open bar and heavy appetizers, as well as a tour of the newly installed in-building DAS system deployed for the Shedd Aquarium. Free tickets are exclusively available through direct sponsor invites.

“As a prime location for DAS and Small Cell network deployments, Chicago provides an optimum landscape to bring community leaders together and promote opportunities for real estate, universities and municipalities throughout the region,” comments Rob Benson, Director of Strategic Accounts for Connectivity Wireless Solutions. “With a wealth of industry experience and knowledge, Connectivity Wireless, participating sponsors and attendees have the capability to assist businesses in discovering effective solutions to enable wireless communications and an overall enhanced end-user experience.”

Connectivity’s Summer Celebration is organized by the Northeast DAS + Small Cell Association and iMiller Public Relations. For information about the event, visit: http://www.northeastdas.com/connectivity-wireless-2014/. To learn about sponsorship opportunities emailconnectivity@imillerpr.com or simply register here.

ABOUT CONNECTIVITY WIRELESS SOLUTIONS
Connectivity Wireless Solutions is a leading nationwide provider of in-building wireless solutions that has implemented over 2,500 distributed antenna system (DAS) networks and wireless data solutions across 49 states. The company’s DAS solutions deliver reliable cell phone, data and multimedia services for any indoor wireless application, including in hospitality, healthcare, commercial business, government and higher education, airports, athletic stadiums and other public venue environments. As a best-in-class turnkey solution provider, Connectivity handles design, implementation, carrier coordination and integration, and ongoing maintenance and support, so that clients can focus on their core business. The in-building wireless services are backed by 24/7 service and support, and a team with more than 300 years of combined industry-certified expertise in wireless and RF engineering. The company has many offices including its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia; regional offices in Dallas, Texas; Houston, TX; Orlando, Florida; Chicago, Illinois; Frederick, Maryland; Charlotte, NC; San Francisco and Anaheim, CA; and other field offices throughout the U.S.

Connectivity Wireless Solutions and the company’s logo is a trademark of Connectivity Wireless, Inc. All other trade names and marks are the properties of their respective holders.

The Evolution of DAS Discussed by Industry Leaders

Connectivity’s CEO – Greg Jacobs participated in the Evolution of DAS panel at the 2013 PCIA Wireless Infrastructure Show to discuss how DAS integrators and equipment providers are innovating to meet requirements as the wireless industry evolves.

Keys to Implementing a DAS without Delays and Surprises

Bryce Bregen, our VP of sales, and other DAS industry panelists converged to discuss strategies with DAS deployment at colleges and universities at the ACUTA 2013 Fall Session.


Connectivity Wireless Brings Distributed Antenna System Integration to Inc. 5000’s List of Fastest Growing Companies

Ranked among top 100 fastest growing companies in Georgia and telecommunications nationwide

Duluth, GA—October 9, 2013—Connectivity Wireless Solutions received highly anticipated honors from 2013 Inc. 5000 as one of America’s fastest growing companies, ranking 929th out of 5,000 companies nationally. Fueled by 469 percent growth over a three-year span, Connectivity Wireless Solutions also ranked 17th among the top 100 telecommunications companies in America, 37th among the top 100 Georgia companies, and 36th among Metro Atlanta’s top growing companies.

“This award is the culmination of the hard work and efforts of many people in our organization over the 5 year history of our company. Increasing revenues by more than 400 percent since 2009 is a clear indicator that the distributed antenna system (DAS) industry is growing quickly, and that Connectivity Wireless is a DAS market leader,” said Bryce Bregen, VP of Sales and Marketing at Connectivity Wireless Solutions.

Stimulated by the DAS industry’s growth, Connectivity Wireless Solutions has added more than 150 employees to their roster and opened 8 full service office locations since 2008. “It was imperative that we were able to service each major metropolitan area in support of our customers and prepare for the DAS industry’s explosive growth,” said Greg Jacobs, CEO and one of the founders at Connectivity Wireless Solutions.

The explosion in wireless data traffic fueled by applications running on smartphones and tablets has been a major market driver. We continue to experience incremental growth in many customer segments including wireless carriers, neutral host operators, and enterprise customers, especially in the areas of healthcare, hospitality, and higher education. Jacobs added, “We expect the demand for in-building wireless solutions such as DAS to continue well beyond the next several years and we’re prepared to meet the industry’s evolving requirements. Our focus will be aimed at delivering the same high level of quality that has made us an industry leader while we continue to grow and adapt to the DAS marketplace.”

 

About Connectivity Wireless Solutions

Connectivity Wireless Solutions is a leading nationwide provider of in-building wireless solutions that has implemented more than 2,100 distributed antenna system (DAS) networks and wireless data solutions across 49 states. The company’s DAS solutions deliver reliable cell phone, public safety radio, data and multimedia services for any indoor wireless application, including hospitality, healthcare, commercial business, government, higher education, airports, athletic stadiums and other public venue environments. As a best-in-class turnkey solution provider, Connectivity handles design, implementation, carrier coordination and integration, as well as ongoing maintenance and support, so that clients can focus on their core business. The company employs more than 140 people from its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia; and regional offices in Dallas, Texas; Houston, TX; Orlando, Florida; Chicago, Illinois; Frederick, Maryland; Charlotte, NC; San Francisco, CA and other field offices throughout the U.S.

Connectivity Wireless Solutions and the company’s logo is a trademark of Connectivity Wireless, Inc. All other trade names and marks are the properties of their respective holders.

 

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Connectivity Wireless Solutions

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ACUTA Winter Session

January 12-15

Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs

Phoenix, AZ

Booth #211

 

Join the Connectivity team at the ACUTA winter session where we’ll be displaying industry best practices for the implementation of  DAS at college and university campuses. Stop by Booth # 211.

REGISTER

MHealth Summit

MHealth Summit

December 9-11

Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center

Washington, DC

 

Our VP of Sales and Marketing, Bryce Bregen, will be facilitating Nuts & Bolts: Creating a Wireless Infrastructure on Tuesday, December 10th from 2:30PM-3:30PM.

REGISTER

Can Facilities Keep Up With Wireless?

How fast is the technology moving? By the end of 2013, the number of mobile-connected devices will exceed the world’s population of 7 billion, according to research compiled by Cisco Sports and Entertainment, a provider of wireless technology for sports facilities. By 2017, the number of mobile devices activated globally will jump to 10 billion. By that time, streaming video will take up two-thirds of the world’s mobile data traffic, Cisco officials said.

“I’ve read several articles that say by 2015 we will use our cellphones less than 5 percent for a phone,” said Stewart, SMG’s chief technology officer at the Superdome, home of the Saints. “The majority of use will be for streaming video, email, Twitter and Web surfing.”

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2013 DAS in Action: The Evolution of Public Safety and In-Building Wireless

Our Director of Strategic Accounts and resident Public Safety DAS expert, Rob Benson, was on the expert panel hosted by RCR Wireless and the HetNet Forum to discuss the Evolution of Public Safety and In-Building Coverage.

Connectivity Wireless Provides DAS to 26 Million Square Feet of Higher Education Campuses

San Francisco, CA—April 16, 2013—Connectivity Wireless Solutions, a nationwide leader in providing in-building wireless solutions, today announced the achievement of a major milestone by deploying distributed antenna systems (DAS) to expand higher education campus wireless coverage, enveloping more than 26 million square feet of higher education campus space since 2011.

“According Nielson’s research, 54 percent of 18-24 year olds own a smartphone and 37 percent plan to upgrade to 4G within the next year,” said Bryce Bregen, VP of Sales and Marketing at Connectivity Wireless Solutions. “Increased wireless data consumption, and the continuous shift toward an online classroom via mobile devices on higher education campuses are a driving factor for the need to increase wireless coverage.”

According to In Stat, new DAS deployments in universities and campuses are experiencing an average of 20% growth since 2009. This growth has been stimulated by:

  • The reduction of landline based phones in dormitory rooms
  • Increased delivery of classroom sessions online including access to lectures in both live streaming and video archive format
  • The heightened need to ensure campus safety alert notifications while students are mobile
  • The volume of people on campus simultaneously during major campus events such as sporting events, exam weeks, etc.

Bregen adds, “It’s evident that there will be continuous wireless network usage as more and more mobile devices infiltrate the market. The colleges and universities have to start working on a budget to accommodate the shift in data and voice usage dynamics. This is why we do educational speaking engagements, and attend shows like ACUTA, so we can educate the IT administrators for colleges and universities on their options to fund their DAS projects, and how it will improve communication on campuses for staff, students, visitors and parents.”

About Connectivity Wireless Solutions​​​​​​​​​​​

Connectivity Wireless Solutions is a leading nationwide provider of in-building wireless solutions that has implemented over 2,100 distributed antenna system (DAS) networks and wireless data solutions across 49 states. The company’s DAS solutions deliver reliable cell phone, data and multimedia services for any indoor wireless application, including in hospitality, healthcare, commercial business, government and higher education, airports, athletic stadiums and other public venue environments. As a best-in-class turnkey solution provider, Connectivity handles design, implementation, carrier coordination and integration, and ongoing maintenance and support, so that clients can focus on their core business. The in-building wireless services are backed by 24/7 service and support, and a team with more than 300 years of combined industry-certified expertise in wireless and RF engineering. The company has many offices including its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia; regional offices in Dallas, Texas; Houston, TX; Orlando, Florida; Chicago, Illinois; Frederick, Maryland; Charlotte, NC; San Francisco, CA; and other field offices throughout the U.S.

Connectivity Wireless Solutions and the company’s logo is a trademark of Connectivity Wireless, Inc. All other trade names and marks are the properties of their respective holders.

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Media Contact:

Latesha Lynch

Connectivity Wireless Solutions

678-584-5799 ext. 124

llynch@connectivitywireless.com

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DAS Installation Case Study: Tampa Convention Center and Raymond James Stadium

Connectivity Wireless Solutions, an industry leader of in-building wireless solutions , walks you through two large distributed antenna system (DAS) installation project sites.

Led by our Florida Area Manager Marc Knapp, this site tour gives you an inside view of how a complete DAS installation looks after the job is complete… View our Youtube Channel >>