Fitness centers and coffee bars are not the only features owners are looking to include in their office buildings. As more companies depend on seamless internet and cellular connectivity to conduct
business, offices need to have the necessary infrastructure to support
them. A recent report on millennials found that 96% of those surveyed
rated mobile phones as the most important item used in their daily lives.
In a fast-paced, digital economy, consistent connectivity can be the
difference between growing as a company and being outpaced by
In a survey from WiredScore, 72% of office leasing decision-makers said it is critical to have reliable internet connectivity in their
office space, and more than half said they would not consider renting the
space at all if they knew it possessed poor connectivity infrastructure.
Many office employees can now bring their own devices to work,
from a smartphone to
a computer and vice
versa needs to be
with open office plans
and flexible desk
let employees move
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of dropped calls and
becomes more common once computing devices are mobile.
Cellular infrastructure is an invisible but imperative amenity. When it is
working properly, office tenants don’t notice it, nor do they think about
the miles of cables and receivers required to penetrate the walls of the
building to reach their connected devices.
For Intenna Systems, those invisible structures are top of mind.
The company designs, builds and maintains wireless networks across
multiple asset classes, from commercial real estate properties to health
care facilities. From distributed antenna systems to small cell solutions,
Intenna Systems focuses on bringing cellular connectivity indoors.
In recent years, wireless carriers have moved away from providing
distributed antenna systems (DAS), leaving building owners to find their
own suppliers and integrators for the technology.
“Enterprises are starting to realize they must fund their own
infrastructure if they want to achieve the high-quality, high-density
solutions their user bases are demanding,” says Jeff Reale, director of
enterprise and carrier solutions for DAS integrator Intenna Systems.
Intenna Systems draws from its deep industry experience to offer its
customers effective systems that more than meet modern standards.
“Our more than two decades of experience and success in a
complex and constantly changing landscape demonstrates the ongoing
commitment that we have to remain a well-valued asset to our customers
and partners,” Reale says. “This commitment, along with diligent
and methodical execution, creates the circumstances for successful
outcomes on the projects we support.
“We have refined and adapted our processes over the years in order to
deliver maximum value at a competitive price point while always keeping
the health of our long-term relationships at the forefront of our business
model,” he adds.
Since its founding in 1998, Intenna Systems has engineered more
than 3,500 small cell and DAS systems totaling more than 350 million
square feet. The company offers consulting, design, implementation,
maintenance and monitoring services, and serves the commercial real
estate, education, government, health care, public venue and hospitality
markets. Intenna Systems’ customers include each of the four major
wireless service providers in the U.S. as well as the U.S. government,
major property management firms and individual enterprise clients.
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Continuous Coverage is a Vital Amenity