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SOLiD's Scott Gregory on DAS as an Ingredient for Wireless Success in the campus environment.
SOLiD's Ken Sandfeld on the Middleprise and changing in-building wireless economics.
Advice to commercial property owners: how to evaluate and install in-building wireless networks.
At the upscale South Coast Plaza in Orange County, California, SOLiD provides wireless coverage to shoppers over 2.8 million square feet of retail space.
InSite Wireless CTO Joe Mullin shares insights from the Boston MBTA’s continuous, end-to-end cell phone coverage for subway riders. SOLiD equipment plays a key role.
SOLiD kept people connected at the Philadelphia Convention Center during the Democratic National Convention.
An in-depth look at SOLiD’s role in the wireless networks at both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions.
SOLiD’s Mike Collado analyzes the role of wireless networks at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions.
The wireless network at Cleveland’s Quicken Loan’s arena deployed SOLiD equipment to prepare for the surge of wireless traffic during the Republican National Convention.
Business Design and Construction examined the in-building wireless networks at both conventions, based on an interview with SOLiD President Americas Ken Sandfeld.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer talked with Ken Sandfeld about the wireless network at Quicken Loans Arena, which supported thousands of wireless uploads throughout the Republican convention.
In this special report, Monica Alleven details the wireless networks at both the Democratic and Republican convention venues.
Many marquee stadiums have installed DAS networks. What’s next? Ken Sandfeld comments.
In its June 2016 special issue, Mobile Sports Report takes a close look at wireless connectivity at Daytona International Speedway, based on interviews with SOLiD and partner American Tower.
SOLiD expands its flexible, modular approach to DAS network design with 2-watt. With the 1-watt, 5-watt and 20-watt ROUs (remote optical units), SOLiD offers the widest range of options and lower cost overall.
Wireless dead zones frustrate building tenants and owners. How to eliminate them with in-building networks.
The Middleprise has emerged as the next market for in-building wireless networks.
Public safety is a critical consideration as building owners plan for in-building wireless.
The Boston subway expands wireless coverage on the Silver Line with SOLiD’s equipment and partner InSite Wireless.
SOLiD joins partner Transit Wireless to announce the expansion of the New York subway system’s wireless network:
Insights into DAS and sports venues, with commentary from SOLiD.