Connected Real Estate Magazine - Vol 1 Issue 2 - 82
WHAT'S HAPPENING IN OUR WORLD
KEY MARKET TRENDS IN THE ENTERPRISE
Enterprise demand for internet coverage,
capacity and speed is outpacing network
Fiber-based infrastructure vital to service
delivery and ﬂexibility to meet today's
Key bandwidth drivers are Mobility and
In Building infrastructure historically under-managed and challenged by Carriers
to meet tenant bandwidth demand
Communication Service Providers, Content
Delivery Providers, and Datacenters are
moving closer to the user
Demand is outpacing communications
Building owners are focused on improving
amenities, reducing cost and improving
efﬁciencies by networking and automating
all operations to increase ROI and improve
"The Tenant Experience"
Orlando's Mayor Buddy Dyer delivered a keynote where he discussed
the Smart Orlando Initiatives and how
Wireless Networks were an essential
part of the solution. Orlando was a
winner of th Smart City Readiness
Grant program and is implementing
innovative programs that use technology to enhance sustainability, economic
growth and digital inclusion.
Rich Berliner, publisher of Connected Real Estate Magazine, moderated two panels at the show. The
first, "Marketing to the Real Estate
Client," focused on a discussion led
by Adrian Berezowsky of CBRE on
how his organization views the DAS
landscape and what the future holds
for this technology.
The second panel, "The Reality of
DAS and Small Cells: An Analysis
of What the Enterprise Wants" was a
lively Q&A about the different strategies that companies were pursing to
deliver better coverage in commercial
buildings. Both panels were well received and held everyone's interest.
Over the course of the two main
days of programming, there were over
30 panels with 125 speakers on topics
from the Smart City to Best Practices
Hiring. Highlights included the 5G,
FirstNet and IoT content.
On October 10th and 11th, the
Wireless Infrastructure Association
(WIA) is hosting their annual HetNet
Expo in West Palm Beach, Florida.
This year's programs, built in conjunction with Connected Real Estate
Magazine from Fifth Gen Media, are
designed to focus on the intersection of
wireless coverage and commercial real
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estate as well as examining the densification of mobile networks and the role
wireless technologies will play in the
growth of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Because mobile connectivity is so
vital to CRE, WIA provides opportunities for wireless companies and commercial real estate firms to be in the
same room and discuss topics of mutual
interest to companies that are building
the world's mobile communications
networks and the companies that own
and manage the real estate.
The goal for this event is to exchange
information regarding specific needs,
to learn more about the products and
services each company provides, and
to establish professional relationships
that could prove to mutually beneficial. Hope to see you there. www.