CHICAGO, September 7, 2016 – ExteNet Systems, Inc. the leading independent provider of Distributed Networks, today announced its participation at CTIA Super Mobility 2016, Tower & Small Cell Summit and Rural Wireless Summit, all taking place concurrently at the Sands Expo from September 7-9 in Las Vegas.
“At CTIA Super Mobility and partner events, we will be sharing our innovative ideas and best practices to meet the evolving wireless capacity demands faced by wireless carriers, venue owners and our communities,” said Tormod Larsen, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of ExteNet Systems. “As in past years, we are proud to join a dynamic group of wireless industry experts at our industry’s leading wireless event and we are looking forward to sharing our thoughts and vision at the event.”
ExteNet will participate in four thought leadership sessions at the premier event. We welcome everyone to join our company executives as they share their views during these sessions.
- On Wednesday, September 7, Mike Alt, Vice President of Network Design at ExteNet Systems, will participate in the panel entitled, “ Small Cell Connectivity Conundrum” at the Tower & Small Cell Summit (3:00 p.m. San Polo 3401/3501).
- Also on Wednesday, September 7, Mr. Larsen, will participate in the panel entitled, “Densifying Mobile Broadband Networks: Leveraging Today’s 4G Networks and Spectrum Portfolios to Stay Ahead of Capacity Demand” at the CTIA Mobile Intelligence Conference (3:00 p.m. Veronese 2401).
- On Thursday, September 8, Mr. Larsen will also participate in a Keynote Executive Roundtable entitled, “Mobile Network Infrastructure Evolution to 5G” at the Tower & Small Cells Summit (11:50 a.m. San Polo 3401/3501).
- Also on Thursday, September 8, Jon Davis, Vice President of Business Development at ExteNet Systems will participate in the panel entitled, “Neutral Host In-Building Wireless Venue Solutions” at the Tower & Small Cell Summit (2:00 p.m. San Polo 3401/3501).
Intended to address network capacity challenges across indoor and outdoor markets in America, the discussions will amplify the importance of a well-designed network architecture to deliver the promise of 5G today.
ExteNet has outdoor and indoor distributed networks, which includes Small Cells, in all Top 25 metros and several other cities and towns outside of the Top 25. ExteNet also has an expansive outdoor cellular and Wi-Fi network powering the Las Vegas Strip and state-of-the-art cellular indoor networks in many of the luxury hotels and entertainment venues along or adjacent to the Vegas Strip.
About ExteNet Systems, Inc.
Lisle, IL-based ExteNet Systems, Inc. designs, builds, owns and operates distributed networks for use by wireless carriers and property owners in key markets. Using distributed antenna systems (DAS), remote radio heads (RRH), small cells, Wi-Fi, software-defined network (SDN) based Evolved Packet Core (EPC) and other technologies, ExteNet deploys solutions to enhance wireless service and network performance across both outdoor and indoor environments. Primary markets include outdoor distributed networks in a variety of densely occupied urban and suburban environments as well as selected rural areas, and various indoor properties, including sports and entertainment venues, hotels and convention centers, commercial office buildings, healthcare facilities and transit systems. For more information, please visit www.extenetsystems.com.
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