Seattle Office Tower Provides Cellular as an Amenity to Tenants and Guests

Seattle Office Tower Provides Cellular as an Amenity to Tenants and Guests

Simplifi Wireless Group partnered with Connectivity Wireless Solutions to install a cellular DAS at Fourth and Madison - a premier office high rise located in downtown Seattle.

The property manager, Hines, sought to provide cellular connectivity as an amenity throughout its facility, making it a front-runner in the increasingly popular trend among class-A properties throughout the U.S.

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Future-Ready Fiber DAS Installed at The Wharf in Washington, D.C.

Future-Ready Fiber DAS Installed at The Wharf in Washington, D.C.

Simplifi Wireless Group partnered with Connectivity Wireless Solutions to provide state-of-the art cellular coverage throughout the nation’s largest waterfront, mixed-use neighborhood.

Developers PN Hoffman and Madison Marquette sought to provide an end-to-end connected environment for patrons, residents and guests to enhance their experience at The Wharf.

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Two Chicago-Based High-Rises Outfitted with State-of-the-Art DAS Solutions

Simplifi Wireless Group partnered with Connectivity Wireless Solutions to bring world-class connectivity to 181 W. Madison and Michigan Plaza in Chicago.

The property management team, MB Real Estate, sought to provide the best possible in-building cellular coverage to tenants of the class-A office buildings.

Check out details of the projects in our press release here.

Third party/neutral hosts to rule U.S. $9.5 billion in-building wireless market

ABI Research says...

While carrier-led deployments account for more than 47% of in-building wireless deployments today and vendor-led deployments sit close to only 10%, third-party/neutral hosts control close to 43% of overall market deployment revenues and are set to grow that share to over 54% by 2020. ABI Research anticipates that the industry will see a larger concentration of neutral hosts funding enterprise projects in the years ahead.

"Commercial property owners, such as real-estate companies or enterprises, are taking more responsibility for in-building wireless systems and provisioning their own buildings," said Nick Marshall, research director at ABI Research. "Subscribers and employees expect wireless coverage and capacity the same as they expect running water or electricity from a building. In-building wireless is increasingly viewed as business-critical and is becoming a major marketing tool for building and venue owners."

Full Digitimes article here: http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20160414PR202.html

Wireless Subscribers Used 10 Trillion Megabytes of Data Last Year

Sneak Peak

Wireless subscribers used almost 10 trillion megabytes of data last year, more than double what they consumed in 2014, as the insatiable appetite for checking Facebook updates, watching YouTube videos, and uploading Snapchat stories continued to fuel growth.

There were also 228 million smartphones in use by the end of 2015, up 10% from a year earlier, CTIA, the wireless industry trade group, said in its annual survey report released on Monday. Counting all kinds of phones and other devices like tablets, the industry counted 378 million active devices at year-end, up 6% from 2014.

Full MSN article here: http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/technologyinvesting/wireless-subscribers-used-10-trillion-megabytes-of-data-last-year/ar-BBtnAId?ocid=spartandhp