LEED and DAS are hands down the top two trends of today’s buildings. Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) is a rating system designed by the United States Green Building Council, and it assesses the building’s environmental performance and impact, and encourages the property development market to transform and evolve towards the sustainable design. A Distributed Antenna System (DAS) is a form of in-building wireless system, a network of antenna nodes connected to provide wireless service within a […]
Today, we’re excited to announce that we have changed our name from DAS Worldwide to Wave Wireless! The name change is a result of an extensive rebranding effort designed to mirror the success and transformation of our company.
So it’s no news that we live and breathe in digital age – and our accessibility of almost everything at our fingertips makes the world super close-knit and smaller than it is. We work in an age where we have access to almost absolutely anything on demand.
It’s no news that the evolution in the mobile industry has been dramatic by every measure, and the prospects of growth for 2017 is not looking any different.
Where is the ‘path to 5G’ leading to? What can we expect of 5G and what can it really accomplish? To what stretch will it be better than LTE?
It is obligatory for many venues – large and small – to ready all infrastructure and systems needed for the first responders to communicate seamlessly over their radio equipments. Building owners and managers want to ensure that they can communicate clearly within their jurisdictions.
In the world where network connectivity is the life blood of today’s workforce, it is a shame to install and manage a poorly designed wireless WLAN. Not only is it a frustrating and time-consuming ordeal, but it also leads to loss of productivity, irritated employees, dampened and weakened work processes, and an overall sense of displeasure.
It goes without saying that gone are the days for Wired connections. Sure, they’re necessary infrastructure to even get the services delivered in the first place – but as far as consumers are concerned, nobody likes being held hostage in one place by the wires and cables.
Let’s get this one straight: humans are like aquatic creatures – highly fluid and mobile. Tying ourselves at a desk or a location for work (or not) doesn’t cut it anymore. This is clearly depicted in a way mobile devices have become our preferred means of communication, and gone are the days when we used to ‘call a place’ – now we ‘call a person’! There’s been a significant shift on the cell phone usage pattern too. Mobile phones used […]
We’ve all been witnessing the way today’s enterprise workforce has been changing and evolving beyond imaginations over the recent years. We’ve all been a part of it! Part of the crowd that’s getting more crowded by the day. Number of connected devices are through the roof, and the type of applications that run on these devices are getting increasingly bandwidth-hungry.