Global distributed antenna system (DAS) equipment revenue took a hit in 2015, sinking 12 percent to $1.9 billion. But IHS's biannual DAS report predicts the market will rebound at a compound annual growth rate of 2.4 percent, leading it to a total of $2.2 billion by 2020.
Wells Fargo Security analysts predict wireless carriers' near-term budgets will be allocated more toward distributed network systems (DNS) including small cells, DAS and Cloud-RAN, than traditional macro sites.
Zinwave has debuted a new National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) 4/IP 66-rated enclosure for its wideband distributed antenna system (DAS) Remote Units, making Zinwave UNItivity DAS solutions compliant with public safety wireless system regulations. Complying with the National Fire Protection Act (NFPA), the new enclosure protects against falling dirt, rain, sleet, snow, windblown dust, splashing water, and hose-directed water common in firefighting operations.
According to ABI Research estimates, in-building wireless public safety system revenue will reach $1.7 billion (€1.5 billion) in 2021.
That's according to a study from Coleman Parkes, commissioned by Commscope, that last year interviewed 600 building managers, facilities managers, real estate managers and architects across the U.S. and Europe.
Verizon and AT&T invested heavily in distributed antenna systems (DAS), small cells and cell on wheels (COWs) to make sure their networks can handle what comes on Feb. 7 when an estimated 75,000 football fans convene in the San Francisco metro area for Super Bowl 50.
WINTER PARK, CO.--AT&T outfitted a Colorado ski resort with an outdoor distributed antenna system (DAS) using 26 antennas and four miles of fiber-optic cable slung through chairlift cables to provide skiers with better coverage and improved capacity.
ABI Research forecasts that the in-building wireless market will more than double in revenue by 2020, with the market expected to top $9 billion (€8.3 billion) by 2020.
Cox Business' ongoing contract to supply Internet connectivity to the Las Vegas Convention Center got an additional boost as three major wireless carriers-- AT&T, Sprint and an unnamed third carrier-- agreed to support their customers using a new distributed antenna system (DAS) installed in the facility by Cox and its partner InSite.
Verizon has certified CommScope's ION-E in-building wireless solution for installation in enterprises across Verizon's wireless footprint in the United States.