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Connectivity Wireless One of “Atlanta’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For”

DULUTH, Ga.–June 19, 2014–Honoring companies that practice innovative strategies and represent best practices in human resources, the National Association for Business Resources has named nationwide DAS integrator, Connectivity Wireless Solutions, one of “Atlanta’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For.”

“This award is truly a testament to our dedication to the health of our workplace environment and enrichment of the CWS culture,” said CEO Greg Jacobs. “It is a highly respected honor, and we are appreciative of the ongoing efforts of our HR department and to our employees for their support and feedback as we continually work to strengthen our organization.”

Through a stringent selection process, the nominated companies are assessed by an independent market research firm using qualitative and quantitative data gathered from employee surveys.

Connectivity Wireless’ assessment revealed its greatest strengths in diversity and inclusion, teamwork and cooperation, community initiatives, the job and culture, each ranking near or exceeding the 90th percentile.

 

“As a company, we strive for excellence. A fundamental part of that strategy is taking steps to ensure that our internal customers are well taken care of and appreciated,” said HR Manager Tara Taylor. “It’s nice to know that our employees recognize the effort we put in on their behalf and more importantly, that they feel valued.”

 

At the awards ceremony Tuesday, June 17 at the Atlanta Marriot Northwest Galleria, Duluth-based Connectivity Wireless, along with the other Best and Brightest honorees, was celebrated for demonstrating excellence in the following areas:

Communication, Community Initiatives, Compensation and Benefits, Diversity and Multi-Culturalism, Employee Education and Development, Employee Engagement and Commitment, Recognition and Retention, Recruitment and Selection, and Work-Life Balance.

“The selection, recognition and awarding of this year’s Best and Brightest companies allows our organization to showcase their best practices. The honorees have clearly demonstrated why each of them would be an ideal place for employees to work. The companies that we are recognizing this year are an example of exceptional human resource practices and represent high standards in today’s economic climate,” said Jennifer Kluge, NABR president.

About Connectivity Wireless Solutions

A leading nationwide provider of in-building wireless solutions, Connectivity Wireless Solutions has implemented more than 2,500 distributed antenna system (DAS) networks and wireless data solutions across 50 states. Connectivity’s DAS solutions deliver reliable cellphone, data and multimedia services for all indoor wireless applications — hospitality, healthcare, commercial business, government and higher education — and public venue environments, including airports and athletic stadiums.

Backed by a team with more than 300 years of combined industry-certified expertise in wireless and RF engineering, Connectivity offers 24/7 service and support from headquarters in Atlanta, Ga., and eight regional offices in Dallas, Texas; Orlando, Fla.; Chicago, Ill.; Frederick, Md.; Charlotte, N.C.; Houston, Texas; San Francisco, Calif.; Anaheim, Calif. and additional field offices throughout the U.S.

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Media Contact:

Brittanie Boyd

Connectivity Wireless Solutions

(678) 584-5622 x 124

info@connectivitywireless.com

DAS Industry Growth Lands Georgia Fast 40 Award for Connectivity Wireless

DULUTH, Ga.–June 13, 2014–Leading distributed antenna systems integrator, Connectivity Wireless Solutions, has been recognized as one of Georgia’s fastest growing companies for 2014 by the Atlanta Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG Atlanta).

“We are honored to be among the Georgia Fast 40,” said Connectivity Wireless Solutions CEO Greg Jacobs.

 

“This award is a testament to the strength and stability of our industry as well as the dedication to excellence that drives our team members and defines our company.”

 

Each year, ACG Atlanta honors Georgia’s top 40 middle-market companies that demonstrate the greatest sustained growth within a three-year period. This year’s nominee list was the largest in ACG Atlanta’s history.

“Winning this award in such a competitive year, amid so many thriving industries and companies, makes this honor even more gratifying,” said COO Clayt Mason.

Applicants are objectively ranked on a weighted three-year average growth in net revenue and employment with revenue growth accounting for 75 percent and employment growth accounting for 25 percent of the score.

With a weighted growth average exceeding 250%, Connectivity is being honored in the Lower Middle-Market category.

Connectivity Wireless Solutions, along with the other honorees, will be featured in the July issue of Georgia Trend Magazine and presented at the Georgia Fast 40 Honoree Awards and Gala on June 19, 2014 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Buckhead.

 

About Connectivity Wireless Solutions

A leading nationwide provider of in-building wireless solutions, Connectivity Wireless Solutions has implemented more than 2,500 distributed antenna system (DAS) networks and wireless data solutions across 50 states. Connectivity’s DAS solutions deliver reliable cellphone, data and multimedia services for all indoor wireless applications — hospitality, healthcare, commercial business, government and higher education — and public venue environments, including airports and athletic stadiums.

Backed by a team with more than 300 years of combined industry-certified expertise in wireless and RF engineering, Connectivity offers 24/7 service and support from headquarters in Atlanta, Ga., and eight regional offices in Dallas, Texas; Orlando, Fla.; Chicago, Ill.; Frederick, Md.; Charlotte, N.C.; Houston, Texas; San Francisco, Calif.; Anaheim, Calif. and additional field offices throughout the U.S.

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Media Contact:

Brittanie Boyd

Connectivity Wireless Solutions

(678) 584-5622 x 124

info@connectivitywireless.com

BOMA Every Building Conference & Expo

June 22-24

Gaylord Palms Convention Center

Orlando, FL

 

Excited to have our VP of Sales and Marketing Bryce Bregen participate as a panelist at this year’s BOMA Every Building & Conference Expo!

Learn all about “Matching the Right Technology With Your Venue”  in the Wireless Coverage and Capacity panel Sunday, June 22 9:15-10:30 a.m.

Register today!

Market Demands Drive Connectivity Wireless’ New Southern California Office

DULUTH, Ga.–February 25, 2014–Distributed antenna system integrator, Connectivity Wireless Solutions, opens its ninth office to meet soaring in-building wireless market growth.  Located in Anaheim, Calif., the office will maximize deployment efficiency in Southern California.

“Connectivity continues to see growth in the West,” said Chief Operating Officer Clayt Mason. “In an effort to drive efficiency and improve customer service, we have expanded our western region by opening a new market-focused field office in Southern California.”

Having opened its Freemont, Calif., office little more than a year ago, Connectivity’s fast expansion is a clear indication of what to expect in terms of future DAS deployments.

A recent ABI Research study suggests that DAS industry growth between 2014 and 2019 will account for more than 60 percent of the in-building wireless market. With North America leading the way, ABI analysts project a worldwide CAGR of 14 percent, from $4.4 billion in 2014 to $8 billion in 2019.

Bryce Bregen, vice president of sales and marketing, attributes the explosive growth of the DAS industry to increases in data traffic in recent years and limited macro-cellular augmentation options.

Projected Mobile Data Consumption GraphAccording to the 2013-2018 Cisco® VNI, smartphones in North America generated 1,201 megabytes of  mobile data traffic in 2013, up from 869 megabytes in 2012 and 50x the volume of North American mobile traffic in 2008.

Given this rapid growth, and projections of global petabyte-sized mobile data consumption in years to come, DAS continues to be the front runner for enhancing in-building wireless, solving both coverage and capacity issues for commercial customers and cellular carriers.

“With a true nationwide footprint of talented and trained experts in five regions across the U.S. and our newest office in Southern California and soon-to-come office in New Jersey, Connectivity is well positioned to address this surge,” Mason said. “We will have leadership, talent, state-of-the-art equipment and secured warehousing no farther than four hours from every major city in the U.S.”

For more information, please visit http://www.connectivitywireless.com.

 

About  Connectivity Wireless Solutions

A leading nationwide provider of in-building wireless solutions, Connectivity Wireless Solutions has implemented more than 2,500 distributed antenna system (DAS) networks and wireless data solutions across 50 states. Connectivity’s DAS solutions deliver reliable cellphone, data and multimedia services for all indoor wireless applications–hospitality, healthcare, commercial business, government and higher education–and public venue environments, including airports and athletic stadiums.

Backed by a team with more than 300 years of combined industry-certified expertise in wireless and RF engineering, Connectivity offers 24/7 service and support from headquarters in Atlanta, Ga., and eight regional offices in Dallas, Texas; Orlando, Fla.; Chicago, Ill.; Frederick, Md.; Charlotte, N.C.; Houston, Texas; San Francisco, Calif.; Anaheim, Calif. and additional field offices throughout the U.S.

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Media Contact:

Brittanie Boyd

Connectivity Wireless Solutions

(678) 584-5622 x 124

info@connectivitywireless.com

Networks Prepare for the In-Building Bandwidth Storm

Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), in-building networks, are experiencing explosive growth as data traffic density in large campuses like sports stadiums, hospitals, and universities has increased, with rapidly rising smartphone applications usage, beyond the ability of macro networks to serve their needs. While DAS entails high fixed costs and complex deployments, new financing models are overcoming the challenges.

“In metropolitan cities, telecom traffic is concentrated in some locations, especially in rush hours, and available spectrum allocations are insufficient to carry enough data for customer satisfaction,” Bryce Bregen, vice president of Connectivity Wireless Solutions, a systems integrator, told us. “Carriers want to offload traffic to DAS in such situations,” he said.

>>Check out the full article in the latest Service Provider IT Report here!

Webinar: Designing the Network Infrastructure for a Smart Building

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LIVE Realcomm Webinar featuring our VP of Sales and Marketing, Bryce Bregen

When:

Thursday, November 14, 2013
12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. EST

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Meeting Demand for In-building Wireless

Expert offers best ways to create in-building network with DAS

With mobile technologies becoming central to the operation of a hospital, it’s more important than ever for doctors and other healthcare providers to be able to move anywhere in the hospital without losing wireless access.
“In-building wireless” will continue to be a challenge for IT directors as more files and larger files eat up precious bandwidth.

Bryce Bregen of Connectivity Wireless, has been helping hospitals meet the demand for in-building wireless with “Distributed Antenna Systems,” or DAS and 4G LTE while preparing for the next generation of wireless, 5G, which is expected in the United States by 2016 or 2017.

Bregen will explain the solutions available to build a successful in-building wireless network at the mHealth Summit on Tuesday, December 10.

5G, he believes, will be a game changer, as it will enable providers to pull up and use any kind of information, including heavy bandwidth users such as video files, from any source in any location. And that, of course, will have potentially dramatic implications for the use of an array of mHealth applications and telemedicine services.

In addition to expanding the use of mHealth technologies, Bregen said the move to 5G will enable hospitals and other in-building wireless users to manage their overall bandwidth more efficiently.

“They’ll be looking to offload traffic so as to be able to operate their businesses better,” he said, going on to explain that, for medical facilities, that will involve more effectively separating patient or guest bandwidth use from provider use. Until then, careful planning and deployment of internal antennas can help bridge the gap.

Find more information on this and other mHealth Summit presentations here.