Chicago, Ill. – June 11, 2020 – ExteNet Systems, a leading provider of mobility and fiber connectivity solutions, today announced its advanced mobility network at 1515 Market Street in Philadelphia, PA. The 20 story, Class A, 500K+ square-foot building is prominently located in the heart of Philadelphia’s commercial office district and sits above the city’s […]
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Chicago, Ill. – May 13, 2020 – ExteNet Systems, a leading provider of mobility and fiber connectivity solutions, today announced an extension of its advanced mobility network at the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. While ExteNet has provided connectivity for millions of patrons of the world famous, 1.7 million square […]
Chicago, Ill. – May 5, 2020 – ExteNet Systems, a leading provider of mobility and fiber connectivity solutions for outdoor and indoor, today announced its’ advanced mobility network at Philadelphia’s One Penn Center. Located on JFK Boulevard in Center City, the 670,000 square feet Class A commercial office building sits above Suburban Station and has […]
ExteNet Systems, a national converged communications infrastructure and services provider for the CRE industry, recently spoke with Connected Real Estate Magazine on a variety of industry-related topics. ExteNet President and CEO, Jim Hyde, and CTO and VP, Tormod Larsen, shared their insights on recent industry shifts, the latest on indoor 5G wireless networks as well […]
The upcoming Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee has been compared with the Super Bowl in terms of economic impact, but nothing big happens these days without wireless communications — and there is certain to be a major boost in downtown wireless capacity by July including 5G service.
New Yorkers can expect to see metal boxes start to proliferate just above their heads as the city announced ten new franchise agreements (covering nine companies) for providers to install 5G equipment on city-owned street light poles and traffic lights, as well as some privately owned utility poles.
The New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) today announced the independent Franchise and Concession Review Committee (FCRC) approval of 10 franchise agreements negotiated by DoITT, laying the groundwork for the equitable expansion of 5G mobile service across all five boroughs.