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EDUCAUSE 2017

EDUCAUSE 2017

When: October 31 – November 3, 2017
Where: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Convention Center

Booth #459

Join us at EDUCAUSE! Interested in improved wireless coverage and capacity (cellular and Wi-Fi) for your university campus? Whether an urban or sprawling campus environment, our team of experts will work with you to design the perfect solution, ensuring seamless connectivity for your students, faculty and visitors.

From the stadium and arena, to campus clinics and learning buildings, we will design, install and maintain a system, or converged network of multiple systems (including cellular, Wi-Fi, security, BMS and more), that meets all of your wireless needs.

Stop by booth #459 to sign up for a free consultation!

 

ACUTA Fall Seminar Denver 2016

October 16-19

Grand Hyatt Denver

Denver, CO

Booth #TBD

 

Is your university prepared for the wireless demands of tomorrow? Register for ACUTA to learn and see the latest in in-building wireless technologies to keep your campus up to (5G) speed!

Want a deeper dive into the available solutions? Join us for DAS Boot Camp Sunday, Oct. 16! Time and location TBD.

Integrated Wireless Networks and the Need for Higher Education

Engineers require expertise for designing integrated distributed antenna systems, small cells and upcoming 5G technology that universities should provide. Original equipment manufacturers are called upon to train technicians.

Connectivity Wireless Solutions senior vice president, Bryce Bregen, spoke about the need for more education when speaking at the Wireless Infrastructure Show in April at the session “On the Edge of the Data Tsunami.”

Don Bach, vice president of engineering at SAC Wireless, who led the session, asked how well trained the workforce is when it comes to handling technological advancements in LTE-A, LTE-B and LTE-D, and what personnel and abilities existing DAS and small cell systems need.

“PCIA – The Wireless Infrastructure Association has taken steps in developing programs using the Telecommunications Industry Registered Apprenticeship Program, but it leaves a large gap,  Bregen said. ” PCIA and the HetNet Forum have a responsibility to universities’ wireless engineering programs – they need to invest their time and technology.”

 

Read the full article here >> AGL Magazine, November Issue: Integrated Wireless Networks and the Need for Higher Education

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.