Seamless Wireless Communications
Keeps Properties Competitive
In today’s challenging real estate climate, keeping a commercial property building attractive to tenants is a must. ExteNet provides an infrastructure for the wireless industry indoors, delivering a competitive advantage to a property owner’s doorstep. Having that indoor wireless capability also yields improvements to facility operations and public safety and enhances he marketability of the property/portfolio.
ExteNet Systems improves the quality of access to wireless service by installing new distributed systems or updating existing networks in buildings that were originally built for voice. Today’s office networks need to provide access to important data enterprise devices including smartphones, laptops, tablets and netbooks.
From San Francisco to New York and from Houston to Toronto, ExteNet is working with property owners of low-rise, mid-rise and even the largest high-rise buildings to deliver high performance distributed networks for use by wireless carriers to deliver quality wireless service.
With a comprehensive service offering, ExteNet is committed to the commercial real estate marketplace and provides a flexible service offering that includes design, program management, installation, operations, monitoring and maintenance.
Willis Tower – Nation’s Tallest Skyscraper – Takes Wireless Service to New Heights at Chicago Landmark
The Willis Tower, formerly called the Sears Tower, is a key Chicago landmark built in 1973. The tallest building in the U.S. and the fifth tallest building in the world, the Willis Tower boasts 110 stories, 3.8 million square feet of office, retail and public space including a popular Skydeck that’s open 365 days a year. The tower also can now take pride in a state-of-the-art indoor distributed network that provides access to reliable mobile coverage for tenants and visitors alike.
Distributed wireless technology is a top-quality amenity that is keeping the Willis Tower competitive as a premier business location. Some 87% of smartphone users access the Internet or email on their handheld device, including two-thirds (68%) who do so on a typical day, according to a 2011 national survey from The Pew Research Center. That means office workers and visitors alike are reaching for their mobile phones to send voice messages, data and video.
Tenants at the Willis Tower can use mobile devices to make an important business call or send data while tourists can text photographs from one of the world’s tallest buildings. That’s because carriers that use ExteNet’s distributed network installed in the Willis Tower are able to provide their customers with quality wireless service.