Connectivity Wireless Adds 6.5 Million Square Feet of In-Building Wireless Coverage and Capacity in RNC and DNC Markets

Connectivity Wireless Adds 6.5 Million Square Feet of In-Building Wireless Coverage and Capacity in RNC and DNC Markets Leading Nationwide DAS Integrator Deploys Distributed Antenna Systems for In-Building Wireless Capacity and Coverage in Preparation for RNC and DNC events DULUTH, GA, Aug 15, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Connectivity Wireless Solutions, a nationwide leader in in-building wireless solutions, today announced the deployment of additional distributed antenna system (DAS) networks to expand in-building wireless capacity and coverage to 6.5 million square feet of hotel, convention and public venue space in Tampa, Florida and Charlotte, North Carolina markets in preparation for the 2012 Republican National Convention (RNC) and the 2012 Democratic National Convention (DNC). During August 27-30, 2012, the RNC is expecting nearly 50,000 visitors to the Tampa Bay area to help support the nomination of the republican candidate for the next president of the United States. Likewise, 35,000 visitors are expected at the DNC in Charlotte, North Carolina during September 4-6, 2012. In Tampa, Connectivity Wireless has deployed indoor DAS networks extending wireless capacity and coverage into three million square feet of space inside convention centers, hotels and public venues. Moreover, in Charlotte, 3.5 million square feet of space inside of hotels, meeting centers and other public venues will be able to handle higher traffic loading of wireless voice and data services. “As one would expect, the wireless voice and data demands of both parties and their supporters drives the need for in-building wireless capacity and coverage solutions in these cities,” said Greg Jacobs, chief executive officer of Connectivity Wireless. “Convention delegates and visitors expect their wireless phones and smart devices to work inside of buildings. Our indoor DAS networks in convention centers, hotels and public venues were deployed to do just that — enable wireless voice and data services inside of buildings.” “As a part of our turnkey design and implementation process, we work closely with third-party operators to deploy DAS and all of the major wireless carriers to ensure that our in-building DAS networks are integrated and optimized with their macro networks,” said David Hartin, vice president of radio frequency (RF) solutions at Connectivity Wireless. ABOUT CONNECTIVITY WIRELESS SOLUTIONS Connectivity Wireless Solutions is a leading nationwide provider of in-building wireless solutions that has implemented over 2,000 distributed antenna system (DAS) networks and wireless data solutions across 49 states. The company’s DAS solutions deliver reliable cell phone, data and multimedia services for any indoor wireless application, including in hospitality, healthcare, commercial business, government and higher education, airports, athletic stadiums and other public venue environments. As a best-in-class turnkey solution provider, Connectivity handles design, implementation, carrier coordination and integration, and ongoing maintenance and support, so that clients can focus on their core business. The in-building wireless services are backed by 24/7 service and support, and a team with more than 300 years of combined industry-certified expertise in wireless and RF engineering. The company employs 100 people from its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia; and regional offices in Dallas, Texas; Orlando, Florida; Chicago, Illinois; Frederick, Maryland; Charlotte, NC; and other field offices throughout the U.S. For more information, visit . Connectivity Wireless Solutions and the company’s logo is a trademark of Connectivity Wireless, Inc. All other trade names and marks are the properties of their respective holders. Media Contact: Loan Gordon Loop Marketing, LLC 206-200-5490 Email Contact SOURCE: Connectivity Wireless Solutions

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