NEDAS logoDue to the trend of instant gratification and demand for always accessible content, the in-building communications sector has been growing rapidly and has recently been valued at $55 billion. The sector’s rapid proliferation has created a wealth of opportunity for key stakeholders, including network, software and equipment providers, wireless operators, and more. To examine this opportunity in-depth, the Northeast DAS & Small Cell Association (NEDAS) is hosting the 2015 Toronto Workshops and Social: The Art of Development on September 29, 2015. The event will take place from 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM at 2nd Floor Events 461 King Street West in Toronto, with a networking reception following at 6:30 PM.

Focused on creating new opportunities among in-building wireless solution providers including Distributed Antenna System (DAS), Small Cell professionals, Heterogeneous Network (HetNet) solutions and end-users throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states, NEDAS Toronto will provide attendees with access to new tools and resources they need to enhance their knowledge, networking and business opportunities within the in-building sector. The goal of the event is to bring telecom professionals together to foster creative thinking and establish lasting connections to shape the future of in-building communications.

The event will feature presentations that will address various aspects of in-building communications, from design and infrastructure, to project management and public safety. Additionally, in-building communications specialists will dissect and analyze the in-building wireless business model. Here are some more event agenda features:

  • A business model and case study on how in-building wireless networks are currently being funded presented by Gap Wireless
  • “Stepping Through an In-Building Project Lifecycle” presentation by iBwave
  • “Passive, Active and Multi-Carrier DAS Architectures” presented by ADRF

The NEDAS 2015 Toronto Workshops and Social is the first of its kind to take place in the city of Toronto. To learn more about the 2015 Toronto Workshops and Social: The Art of Development event, click here.

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