Archives for: March 6th, 2019

New York City

Connecting New York With Distributed Networks New York City is by far the largest and the most populous city in the United States and it is among the leading financial, political, and cultural centers in the world while home to approximately 8.6 million people. The city covers 303 square miles with roughly 27,000 inhabitants per […]

San Francisco

Connecting San Francisco With Distributed Networks San Francisco’s rolling hills and notable architecture help draw people to Northern California’s epicenter, making San Francisco the most densely populated US city after New York, with over 18,000 people per square mile. In 2016, ExteNet Systems designed and built a extensive distributed small cell network, connected via a […]

AT&T Stadium

Giving Fans a High-Speed Gameday Mobile Experience with Distributed Networks AT&T Stadium, also known as the Death Star for its massive size, can be seen from over 5 miles away from downtown Dallas or Fort Worth. The stadium, which opened in 2009, is home to the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys and is one of the largest […]

Enterprise Datacenter Solutions

Enterprise Redundancy Via High-Speed Datacenter Connectivity As customers transmit increasing amounts of data every year, datacenters must keep pace with the accelerating need for bandwidth. At the same time, datacenters need to provide greater interconnectivity between their distributed facilities within geographic regions, to provide customers with a unified regional offering. ExteNet Systems is a leading […]

Empire State Building

Connecting One of America’s Most Historic Landmarks The Empire State Building (ESB) is a national historic landmark and one of America’s most iconic and recognizable structures. Opening in 1931, it was among the first modern skyscrapers constructed and was the world’s tallest building until 1973, when both the 104-story World Trade Center in New York […]

Inland Cellular

Delivering 4G LTE Fixed Wireless for Inland Cellular In 2014, ExteNet built out its first fixed wireless LTE network infrastructure for Inland Cellular, serving the communities of eastern Washington and north central Idaho. The solution provides enhanced 4G LTE wireless service as an economic alternative to fixed broadband lines. ExteNet, which develops its own LTE […]

Barclays Center

Enabling High-Speed Mobile Fan Experience with Distributed Networks Barclays Center, opened in 2012, is a multi-purpose indoor arena in the New York City borough of Brooklyn. It is part of a $4.9 billion business and residential complex now known as Pacific Park. The arena is home to the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets, the WNBA’s New York […]

Circuit of the Americas Racetrack

Bringing Wireless Connectivity to Americas Largest Racetrack Opening in 2012, the Circuit of the Americas (COTA) is a state-of-the-art multipurpose World Class Racing Circuit track in Austin, Texas. While COTA plays host to the Formula One United States Grand Prix, it also hosts the Motorcycle Grand Prix of The Americas, a round of the Road […]

Enterprise Financial Connectivity

Building and Deploying a Competitive Edge The financial industry has an unceasing appetite for performance. But, network latency advantages are just the beginning when it comes to building a competitive edge. Financial corporations must now integrate their entire network strategy to address every aspect from route latency to diverse coverage, backup and bandwidth availability to […]

Bank of America Plaza

Connecting The Tallest Building in Dallas with Managed Fiber When viewing the Dallas skyline it’s impossible to miss the Bank of America Plaza. As the tallest building in Dallas and with more than two miles of external multi-color LED lights, this building is the cornerstone of the city skyline, especially at night. At 72-stories, Bank […]