DAS Technology Will Dominate The Future of In-Building Connectivity, Industry Experts Say

We are sharing an informative article by Tara Lerman of Bisnow.
At last month’s Wireless Tech Conference, a public sector IT manager, health system chief technology officer, airport manager, real estate developer and automotive program manager joined forces to discuss the future of wireless technology. They identified the challenges their industries are facing and shared their predictions for the future.
While each had different perspectives, there is one thing they all agreed on: Distributed antenna systems have come to define connectivity across industries.
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Survey: 74% of office workers complain about in-building cellular coverage

The Millennial age group is the most likely to complain, and healthcare and hospitality workers struggle with in-building cellular, a Zinwave report finds

At this point, it’s well-established that modern enterprise workforces need access to cellular connectivity inside office buildings, whether that’s a high-rise in Manhattan or a corporate campus in Dallas. But, while the larger trend is relatively clear-cut, it is a little more difficult to quantify the situation. Read more

CES expands in Queen Anne’s County

Communications Electronics Systems LLC (CES), a provider of security services such as video surveillance, access control, and intrusion detection systems, is expanding its operations in Queen Anne’s County and plans to hire 10 new employees in the coming months. The company is eligible for the state’s Job Creation Tax Credit.

CES was launched in 2017 as an expansion of the Maryland-based Communication Electronics, Inc., a 42-year-old communications company that is the largest Motorola partner/dealer on the east coast, with five offices and more than 150 employees that provide life safety and communications systems to a broad range of commercial business and government customers. Read more