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SOLiD's Scott Gregory on DAS as an Ingredient for Wireless Success in the campus environment.

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SOLiD's Ken Sandfeld on the Middleprise and changing in-building wireless economics.

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Advice to commercial property owners: how to evaluate and install in-building wireless networks.

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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.

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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.

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SOLiD kept people connected at the Philadelphia Convention Center during the Democratic National Convention.

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An in-depth look at SOLiD’s role in the wireless networks at both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions.

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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.

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Business Design and Construction examined the in-building wireless networks at both conventions, based on an interview with SOLiD President Americas Ken Sandfeld.

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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.

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In this special report, Monica Alleven details the wireless networks at both the Democratic and Republican convention venues.

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Many marquee stadiums have installed DAS networks. What’s next? Ken Sandfeld comments.

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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.

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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.

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The Boston subway expands wireless coverage on the Silver Line with SOLiD’s equipment and partner InSite Wireless.

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SOLiD joins partner Transit Wireless to announce the expansion of the New York subway system’s wireless network:

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Insights into DAS and sports venues, with commentary from SOLiD.

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