|By Business Wire||
|September 4, 2014 09:20 AM EDT||
The unique in-building wireless solution that CommScope designed specifically for business enterprise applications is ready for U.S. network operator trials now.
ION®-E unified wireless infrastructure features multi-operator, multi-technology and multi-band capabilities and utilizes the structured cabling infrastructure common to most commercial buildings. The structured cabling architecture makes it easy for IT installers to deploy a comprehensive, future-ready RF solution. The ION-E can bring almost any wireless signal to any of its universal access points deployed inside an enterprise building, enabling Cloud-RAN.
“What once was a niche market—using distributed antenna systems to bring wireless coverage into hard-to-reach areas—has become a primary focus for most network operators and increasingly many enterprise IT organizations,” said Matt Melester, senior vice president and general manager, Distributed Coverage and Capacity Solutions, CommScope. “When you consider that upwards of 80 percent of mobile data traffic is indoors, and that businesses continue to adopt Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies, it is little wonder why.”
It is predicted that one billion employee-owned smartphones and tablets will be in use in the enterprise by 2018. Yet only about two percent of the 30 billion square meters of worldwide commercial real estate is covered by an in-building mobile wireless system. The ION-E unifies licensed wireless, power and Gigabit Ethernet for WiFi onto one simplified, flexible and scalable platform. It is future-ready, supporting multiple operators with the air-interface technologies and frequency bands in use today and tomorrow.
CommScope unveiled the ION-E in February when it first became available for trials with certain European operators. Trials are successfully proceeding there according to schedule. To learn more about the ION-E solution, schedule a meeting with CommScope at CTIA’s Super Mobility Week, September 9–11 in Las Vegas.
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