ExteNet News Coverage


September 5, 2018 - ExteNet's DelGrego Shares Insights About the 4th Utility In advance of the NEDAS NYC Summit taking place on September 6, 2018, ExteNet’s Vice President of Indoor Solutions (Wireless), Bill ‘SHoes’ DelGrego, shares his insights on how the ‘Fourth Utility’ is impacting how building / owner / operators are becoming wiser as tenants and end-users require more reliable connectivity to support their growing reliability on cloud and other data communications.
May 1, 2018 - ExteNet Geared Up for CBRS Rollout As the wireless industry prepares - and braces itself - for the impending release of the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), ExteNet Systems is ready to help its customers leverage the service.



June 17, 2016 - Collier: Austin needs action to shine during ACL Fest Austin is at a crossroads. In the space where challenges, local policies and technology-based solutions intersect, the path forward is still foggy and the issues extend beyond ride-hailing. In just four months, tens of thousands of ACL festival-goers will arrive in Austin.


December 3, 2015 - ExteNet Completes Recap, Damns the Torpedoes ExteNet Systems completed its $1.4 billion recapitalization by its new investors Digital Bridge and Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners, which allows the privately held distributed network provider to execute its long-term plans for the deployment of outdoor and indoor distributed networks and small cells and maybe get bigger as well.
November 4, 2015 - Things You Didn't Know About the 'L' On an average weekday, more than half a million riders will take CTA trains. You might not think twice about the “L” as you’re getting off to go to work, grab food, or because someone's eating an entire burrito next to you. But a train system that’s over a century old has some interesting facts worth digging into.
October 29, 2015 - DAS or small cells? Finding the right solution There are some 4.8 million buildings in the U.S. that are 25,000 square feet or less, yet have the same in-building connectivity needs as much larger spaces. So what’s the best approach to providing building owners in this group with an appropriate solution? Is it distributed antenna systems or is it small cells?
October 29, 2015 - Can Verizon and AT&T deploy 100,000 new small cells? All four nationwide carriers are set to invest in small cells and distributed antenna systems next year, with the two largest carriers leading the way. That forecast comes from Marc Ganzi, the wireless investor who founded Global Tower Partners and sold it to American Tower for $3.3 billion.
October 16, 2015 - How To Overcome Mobile Connectivity Framework Challenges Hospitals are large, complex buildings presenting unique connectivity obstacles. Aging infrastructure, unique cabling challenges, the translation of device data from numerous proprietary device formats into something that can be read and understood by EMRs, and radio frequency-blocking masonry and concrete are but a few of those obstacles.
September 18, 2015 - Who Will Build and Fund the Connected Cities of the Future? Connecting our cities with robust, sustainable networks is an on-going process. Our networks will grow and change along with the people they serve. The importance of planning the networks of the future cannot be underestimated. In fact, it’s fair to say that city planners are increasingly as concerned with connectivity as they are with things like reliable electricity and transportation.
September 14, 2015 - ExteNet Poised For Growth The way Oliver Valente tells it, ExteNet Systems is the go anywhere, do anything company. Sort of a modern day “have network, will travel and build-to-suit” operator that wants to be everything to everyone all at the same time.
August 4, 2015 - Westin Tampa Harbour Island Advances Wireless with ExteNet Some are calling it the “secret enabler” in today’s technology-driven hotel experience—wireless technology. As wireless technology plays an increasingly larger role in hospitality, many large hotel chains are rolling out new tech-driven features like mobile check-in capabilities and offering free Wi-Fi.
July 23, 2015 - ExteNet Systems restructures for long-term growth ExteNet Systems, Inc. said that Digital Bridge Holdings and Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners have committed or arranged for over USD1 billion in a recapitalization of the company in which the interests of existing investors will be acquired and additional capital will be provided to support the long-term growth of the business.
January 14, 2015 - 4G Comes to Murphysboro Verizon Wireless is behind the push to expand their coverage area. It will allow their customers, and possibly others in the near future, to use their new 4G network once it's complete.




November 30, 2012 - DAS Loot As the burden of carrying wireless data mounts, telecoms are beefing up their capacity in urban centers and other areas with intense traffic






About ExteNet Systems, Inc.

Founded in 2002 by veteran network infrastructure professionals from the corporate, carrier, engineering and regulatory sectors, ExteNet Systems, Inc. develops innovative distributed antenna system (DAS) networks for wireless service providers. The company designs, builds and operates DAS networks to extend and expand wireless performance in outdoor locations where conventional macro cell tower development is challenging. The company's In-Building networks provide an economical solution to coverage problems in a wide range of indoor environments, including offices and residential/mixed use buildings. ExteNet Systems uses flexible DAS architectures that support all frequency bands and technologies. Executive offices are located in suburban Chicago's tech corridor. For more information visit extenetsystems.com or email news@extenetsystems.com.