In-Building Wireless

In-building Wireless

– Amy Sesol, Event Producer, iMiller Public Relations, says:

The mounting numbers of wireless subscribers and expanding coverage demands have put a strain on existing cellular networks.  Rising demand for wireless service has been a driving force behind the recent, increased growth of the Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) and Small Cell markets.  In fact, analysts forecast the global heterogeneous network market to grow at 27.9% CAGR over the period of 2014-2018.  With research pointing towards inexorable demand and continued growth, it has become more important than ever to unite DAS and Small Cells technology experts with the growing end-user market.

Conferences such as the Northeast DAS and Small Cell Association’s (NEDAS) In-building Wireless Summit in NYC, entitled ‘HetNet’s Race to Connect’, and Informa’s Wifi and Small Cells North America (WFSCNA) enable DAS and Small Cell professionals as well as commercial end-users from across the Northeast region to network and share ideas in a mutually supported environment.

The In-building Wireless Summit recently announced it will co-locate with WFSCNA in New York City.  This agreement will provide an expanded agenda of DAS and Small Cell programs, more networking opportunities and a shared cocktail reception on April 1 at Convene’s Midtown East location, following ‘HetNet’s Race to Connect’.

Over 300 attendees will converge at the NEDAS’ In-building Wireless Summit.  The event will feature a full day of educational programming by prominent DAS and Small Cell thought-leaders.  Session topics include:

  • 5G wireless solutions and carrier coordination;
  • In-building solutions;
  • Future-proofing DAS; and
  • Wiring Up for the Super Bowl.

Wi-Fi and Small Cells North America will be held April 2-3 at Convene’s Midtown West location.  With sessions such as ‘Monetizing Small Cells and Building Sustainable Business Models’ and ‘Achieving Vendor Interoperability’, the event will focus on carrier and service provider strategies for augmenting network revenue, capacity and coverage.  WFSCNA will feature expert speakers from AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, Time Warner Cable, US Cellular, Telus, Skype, the Wireless Broadband Alliance, Wi-Fi Alliance, and more. Over 250 professionals are expected to attend.

For all interested in attending both events, participants must register for each event separately and will each receive a 15% discount rate.

To register for the NEDAS / Informa Social on April 1, click here.

Limited sponsorships and exhibit opportunities are still available for both events.  NEDAS event sponsors currently include AnritsuTesscoBlack Box Network ServicesSnyder & Snyder, LLPSQUANTalley,DewberryMECA Electronics, Inc.Fullerton Engineering DesignCellular Specialties, Inc.Connectivity Wireless SolutionsGaltronics and PCTEL. For more information about exhibiting or available sponsorship packages, email