IN-BUILDING FORUMS. Connect. Collaborate. Amplify.

IN-BUILDING FORUMS. Connect. Collaborate. Amplify.

WE ARE IN-BUILDING FORUMS: WHERE CRE AND CONNECTIVITY MEET.

The onslaught of (internet of things) IOT has stretched thin the quality and efficiency of your WI-FI network.

Connectivity has become the 4th Utility, and it’s just as necessary for productivity as electricity, water, and gas.

In-building Forums are a series of peer to peer conferences that bring building owners, facility managers, and wireless professionals together.

The goal of this series of forums is to analyze challenges and to evaluate cost-saving solutions for amplifying in-building connectivity.

OVER 80% OF BUILDING OWNERS, FACILITY MANAGERS AND ARCHITECTS AGREE THAT IN-BUILDING WIRELESS (IBW) CONNECTIVITY AND ADEQUATE COVERAGE FOR THEIR FACILITIES IS IMPERATIVE TO THEIR SUCCESS.

In-building Forums (IBF) are concentrated events designed to provide quality education to building owners and facility managers about connectivity and help them make the best decisions for their facilities.

 

Click On Individual City To Register or Visit https://www.in-buildingforums.com for additional information.

IN-BUILDING FORUMS ARE PRODUCED BY TRANSFORUMS:

Transforums has 10+ years of producing conferences for wireless industry experts and executives. We have developed relationships with the industry thought leaders, magazines and associations provide insightful data to attendees that they can utilize in their trade.

Since 2003, Transforums has aimed to break fresh ground in wireless education. We have featured leading thinkers behind the growth of small cells, tower companies that pressed the boundaries of indoor DAS deployment in Las Vegas Casino Hotels, hospitals, amusement parks stadiums and communities. We have featured CIO as well as the carriers, financial experts, and integrators. We have also featured vertical case studies at various conferences in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York, and St Louis and have arranged site tours of DAS systems at stadiums and in residential areas.

IN-BUILDING FORUMS. Connect. Collaborate. Amplify.

 

Duke Long

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