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HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit
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HetNet's Race to Connect - NEDAS April 1, 2014 In-Building Wireless Summit

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The Northeast DAS & Small Cell Association (NEDAS), an association of DAS, small cell professionals and end-users throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states that fosters learning, networking, socializing and the sharing of ideas in a mutually supportive environment, announces its Spring Conference to be held April 1, 2014 in New York City at Convene Midtown East, located at 730 Third Avenue. ‘HetNet’s Race to Connect’ will address topics associated with real-world insights and solutions to implementing hybrid wireless systems for in-building, stadium, arena, hotel and campus environments in order to meet today’s converging wireless and wireline communication needs.

The event attracted over 300 attendees who participated in discussions and sessions that included conversations around 5G wireless solutions and carrier coordination, as well as case studies on implementing Small Cell solutions for public safety and network management. Also featured were Lightning Talks covering ‘In-Building Solutions’, ‘What Happens When a Building is Sold’, ‘Future-proofing DAS Systems’ and ‘Wiring Up for the Super Bowl’.

“As today’s mobile users demand access to more content and the ability to share information from nearly anywhere, infrastructure must be fortified to support and enable end-users from wherever they are,” comments Ilissa Miller, President of the Northeast DAS + Small Cell Association and CEO of iMiller Public Relations. “The NEDAS event provides attendees insights needed to plan for, implement and manage network communications to support the growing demand for data accessibility and delivery – from nearly anywhere.”

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  • 1. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 2, 2013 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University APRIL 1, 2014 President:    Ilissa  Miller  
  • 2. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 2, 2013 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University APRIL 1, 2014 Moderator:  Leslie  Snyder  
  • 3. HetNet’s Race to Connect, New York City Educational Summit April 1, 2014 Convene Midtown East – 730 Third Avenue MODERATOR   PANELISTS   James  Zik   Pctel   The  Race  to  Connect  Picks  up  Speed:  5G  and  Beyond   Leslie  Snyder   Snyder  &  Snyder   Joe  Mullin   Insite  Wireless   Doug  Wiest   EdgeConneX   SPONSORED  BY:      
  • 4. The  State  of  the  Mobile  Network   •  Average  smartphone  usage  grew  50  percent  in  2013  (Source:  Cisco)   •  US  LTE  average  download  speeds  fell  32%  in  2013    (Source:  OpenSignal)   –  2nd  slowest  global  average  speed  (of  countries  that  deployed  LTE)   –  Caused  by  network  loading  from  smart  phone  penetraQon     •  Mainly  from  video  and  image  transfer   Global  Mobile  Traffic                                    Average  LTE  Download  Speeds   OpenSignal  Global  State  of  LTE  Report  –  Feb.  2014  (open  signal  app)  
  • 5. The  State  of  the  LTE  Radio  Access  Network  (RAN)   •  LTE  is  Necessary  but  not  a  Panacea   –  Newly  deployed  spectrum  bands  fill  up  within  months     –  Interference  from  too  many  LTE  cells  and/or  poor  cell  planning   •  Noise  floor  being  raised  resulKng    in  UE’s  using  QPSK  modulaKon   –  LTE’s  adapKve  modulaKon  to  increase  speeds              is  becoming  ineffecKve     •  PCI  Shortage  (504  PCIs)   –  Collisions  when  deploying  large  number  of  cells   –  External  interference   –   Un-­‐terminated  cable  TV  wires,  LTE  boosters,  etc.       64 QAM 16 QAM QPSK CQI Index Modulation Efficiency (b/s/Hz) Speed (Mbps) 10 MHz 1 QPSK 0.1523 1.1 2 QPSK 0.2344 1.7 3 QPSK 0.3770 2.7 4 QPSK 0.6016 4.3 5 QPSK 0.8770 6.3 6 QPSK 1.1758 8.5 7 16QAM 1.4766 10.7 8 16QAM 1.9141 13.8 9 16QAM 2.4063 17.3 10 64QAM 2.7305 19.7 11 64QAM 3.3223 23.9 12 64QAM 3.9023 28.1 13 64QAM 4.5234 32.6 14 64QAM 5.1152 36.8 15 64QAM 5.5547 40 64  QAM  significantly     increases  speeds   Source:  3GPP  
  • 6. The  State  of  LTE  in  ManhaYan   •  BW  Demand  is  Outpacing  Supply   –  No  coverage  above  10  stories     from  outdoor  macro  cells   –  Interference/noise  a  major  problem   • LTE’s  adapKve  modulaKon  to  increase  speeds     –  A  major  mobile  operator  is  experiencing  such  a  high  noise  floor  in  ManhaYan   that  all  of  LTE  network  is  in  QPSK                          Reduced  Speed   »  They  are  now  drive  tesKng  ManhaYan  every  3  weeks   –  Another  major  operator  has  nearly  85%  of  US  network  in  QPSK   –  VoLTE  requires  high  SINR  (i.e  low  noise/interference)  for  high   QoS   –  MIMO  requires  high  SINR  to  increase  throughput    (>  10  –  15  dB)   Advanced  Tools  and  ConQnual  TesQng  are  Required  for  Network  OpQmizaQon   Photo  by     Jakob  Matrasio  
  • 7. What  is  Near  Term  SoluKon?       7   More  Spectrum   •  Limited  licensed  spectrum  available  (3.5GHz  for  small  cells?)   •  Expensive     MigraKon  to  LTE     LTE  MIMO     Increased  Cell   Density   Spectrum   Efficiency   •  Largest  and  fastest  return  on  investment   •  BeYer  spectral  efficiency,  throughput  improvement  OpKmizaKon   Must  employ  all  of  these  soluQons  unQl  we  get  to  5G   •  Carrier  grade  WiFi  and  backhaul  required  (60GHz  WiGig?)   •  45%  of  mobile  traffic  in  2013  (Cisco  VNI  Mobile  2014)   WiFi/Femto  Cell   Offload   •  Small  Cells  and  DAS  (expensive)   •  Backhaul  required  to  each  cell/DAS   •  More  2G/3G  spectrum  re-­‐farming  to  LTE  and  LTE  Advanced   •  LTE  MIMO  (4x4,  8x8)  and  Hetnets  
  • 8. Maximizing  4G  unKl  5G  is  available   •  Today’s  Challenges   –  CongesKon  where  large  groups  of  data  users  congregate   •  Stadiums,  arenas,  convenKon,  transit  hubs   •  Over  80%  of  mobile  data  traffic  is  generated  in  buildings   –  High  background  signal  levels  =  interference  =  noise   •  Today’s  SoluKons   –  Neutral  Host  DAS   –  Small  Cells   –  WiFi  Offload  
  • 9. Maximizing  4G  unKl  5G  is  available   •  Neutral  Host  DAS    
  • 10. Maximizing  4G  unKl  5G  is  available   •  Neutral  Host  DAS    
  • 11. Maximizing  4G  unKl  5G  is  available   •  Small  Cells  
  • 12. Maximizing  4G  unKl  5G  is  available   •  WiFi  Offload   –  45%  mobile  traffic  offloaded  to  Wi-­‐Fi  in  2013    Source:  Cisco  VNI   –  5  GHz  802.11ac  -­‐  throughput  of  at  least  500  Mbps   –  Qualcomm  submiYed  proposal  in  Nov.  2013  to  place  LTE   on  5  GHz  unlicensed  spectrum  (used  by  Wi-­‐Fi)   –  Claims  beYer  distance,  efficiency  resulKng  in  fewer  small  cells   –  60  GHz  WiGig  (802.11ad)   –  Promises  up  to  7  Gbps  downloads   –  First  chipsets  starKng  to  become  available      
  • 13. Maximizing  4G  unKl  5G  is  available   •  Coming  soon   –  Smaller  cells   –  HetNets  and  Self-­‐organizing  networks  (SON)   –  LTE  Advanced  –  minimum  4x4  MIMO,  >70  MHz  bandwidth   –  Hotspot  2.0  /  802.11u     Source:  3GPP  
  • 14. Business  Drivers  in  Racing  to  Connect   Data Consumption Exploding Across Fixed and Wireless Networks                  Streaming  Video    Increasing  10x   *  Source:  Cisco  VNI,  hYp://bit.ly/z7ShR  and  Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs, 2012   Fiber | Ethernet Video | Apps Cloud Mobility Comm   Storage  Cloud  Video   OTT  Video   Fixed  and  Wireless  Data  Traffic  Growth  
  • 15. Building  the  New  Network  Edge   Edge  SoluKons  for  Content  and  Network  Providers   •  Partner  with  network  and  content  providers  to   bring  high  bandwidth  content  and  applicaKons   closer  to  the  edge   •  Streaming      |      CDN      |        OTT      |      Gaming         •  Deliver  distributed  colocaKon  close  to  key           broadband  provider  aggregaKon  points     •  improves  economics   •  lowers  latency  and  improves  quality  of   service   •  reduces  download  Kmes  and  promotes   reliable  streaming    
  • 16. Building  the  New  Network  Edge   Edge  SoluKons  for  Small  Cell  Deployment   •  Challenges   –  Real  Estate  Access   •  Owner/Manager  expectaKons   •  Cultural  Bias   –  Backhaul   •  Price   •  AggregaKon   •  Access    
  • 17. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 2, 2013 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University APRIL 1, 2014 Moderator:  Douglas  Fishman  
  • 18. HetNet’s Race to Connect, New York City Educational Summit April 1, 2014 Convene Midtown East – 730 Third Avenue MODERATOR   PANELISTS    CARRIER  COORDINATION:  How  Does  it  Work?     Ezra  Hug   AT&T   Greg  Najjar   Sprint   Douglas  Fishman   SQUAN   Eric  Mitch   TW  Cable       Diego  Gonzalez   AT&T   Steve  Osterlof   T-­‐Mobile   SPONSORED  BY:      
  • 19. HetNet’s Race to Connect, New York City Educational Summit April 1, 2014 Convene Midtown East – 730 Third Avenue DAS  CoordinaKon  Matrix   Wireless  Service   Provider  (WSP)   Venue   Owner   Consultant   System   Integrator   (SI)   Backhaul   Provider   Electrical   Contractor   Other   WSPs   Vendor(s)   Neutral   Host   Provider   (NHP)  
  • 20. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 2, 2013 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University APRIL 1, 2014 Moderator:  Professor  Simon  Saunders    
  • 21. HetNet’s Race to Connect, New York City Educational Summit April 1, 2014 Convene Midtown East – 730 Third Avenue MODERATOR   PANELISTS   Small  Cell:    ImplementaKon  Case  Studies   Ahmed  Abogendia   ATEC  Wireless   Art  Meierdirk   INOC   Simon  Sanders   Dennis  Rigney   SOLiD       Jeff  Thompson   Towerstream   SPONSORED  BY:      
  • 22. •  24x7 Global NOC Provider –  Technical NOC Support – Alerts, Calls, Emails –  Redundant NOCs, Tools & Infrastructure –  Dispatch Coordination, White-Label, Web Portal •  Support Levels –  Notification –  Tier 1 –  Advanced (Tier 2 & 3) •  Technology Areas/Clients –  Wireless – WiFi, DAS, Small Cell, Microwave –  Fiber – Dark, DWDM, SONET, Ethernet, IP –  Colo & Data Centers –  Application Infrastructure INOC Overview
  • 23. Outdoor DAS Indoor DAS Back Bone Access Head End / Hub MTSO Head End / Hub Head End / Hub Head End / Hub ACCESS Domain INOC Other NOC Local Support INOC Support for Cell Service Provider Network
  • 24. Small Cell Support Architecture Venue Mgt LTEDomain PTSO Privateor Public Networki Packet Core Applications Providers Applications Users – via LTE Applications Providers Venue network Gateway Router Pico Femto Applications Users – via 3G INOC NOC Support User Experience via SAR UserExperience ViaGateway Carrier NOC Notification Escalation NotificationEscalation On-Site Support Remote Support Dispatch KPI metrics available at the small cell. Monitoring Options: Site Router Gateway Northbound from Carrier NMS NMS UserExperience ViaNMS Objective – Optimize User Experience: 1.  Proactive support to prevent or mitigate impact of outages (secure access to performance data) 2.  Recognition of performance deterioration or impairment 3.  Implement NOC to NOC incident communication / coordination 4.  Rapid assessment of incident (including correlation of carrier & venue specific information) 5.  Implement remote restoration if possible 6.  Dispatch or engage 3rd party support 7.  Venue / Customer notification / updates 8.  Cradle to grave ownership of venue small cell impacting incidents
  • 25. •  Neutral  Host   –  Trusted  neutral   support   –  Carrier  segregaKon   •  Systems  Integrator   –  Meet  Carrier   Requirements   •  Carrier   –  Internal  SLAs  &   Business  conKnuity   Outsourced Example Cases Services •  Service Desk – Alerts, Calls, Emails •  Notification / Escalation •  Technical Support •  Dispatch Coordination •  Restoration / Closure •  Reporting (Uptime / KPIs) •  Web Portal – Partitioned (Information security) •  Redundant NOCs: Tools & Infrastructure •  White-Label as needed •  Process – Best in Class
  • 26. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 2, 2013 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University APRIL 1, 2014 Moderator:  Aaron  Blazar  
  • 27. HetNet’s Race to Connect, New York City Educational Summit April 1, 2014 Convene Midtown East – 730 Third Avenue MODERATOR   PANELISTS   Tom  Chamberlain   ADRF  Aaron  Blazar   AtlanQc  ACM   Jeffrey  Moerdler   Mintz  &  Levin   Neil  Manning   Corning   Ed  Donelan   Telecom  Wiring   Lightning  Talks  
  • 28. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 2, 2013 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University APRIL 1, 2014 PRESENTER:  JEFFREY  A.  MOERDLER,  ESQ.   PARTNER,  MINTZ  LEVIN  COHN  FERRIS  GLOVSKY  &  POPEO  PC  
  • 29. IN  BUILDING  SOLUTIONS  –  KEY  CONSIDERATIONS   •  The  Absolutely  Key  ConsideraKon  -­‐-­‐-­‐  DAS  is  an   amenity  that  is  becoming  a  necessity   •  Tenants’  site  selecKon  decisions  increasingly   consider  available  telecommunicaKons     infrastructure   •  Three  business  models:   –  Owner  Installed  and  Operated   –  Third  Party  Installed  and  Operated   –  Carrier  Installed  and  Operated   32  
  • 30. IN  BUILDING  SOLUTIONS  –  KEY  CONSIDERATIONS   Risk  &  Rewards   Owner  Installed   Third  Party   Installed   Carrier  Installed   1.  Owner  Control   Yes   Some   Some   2.  System  VersaKlity   Owner  Controls   Installer  Controls   Carrier  Controls   3.  Ease  of   InstallaKon:   a)  New   ConstrucKon   Yes   Yes  with   coordinaKon   Yes  with   coordinaKon   b)  Retrofit   Yes   Yes  with   coordinaKon   Yes  with   coordinaKon   4.  Owner  Time   Commitment   SubstanKal   Supervisory  and   Plan  Review   Supervisory  and   Plan  Review   5.  Owner  Capital   Expense   SubstanKal   Pending  Carrier   Reimbursement   Minimal  Cost  for   Consultants  if  not   Reimbursed   Minimal  Cost  for   Consultants  if  not   Reimbursed   33  
  • 31. N  BUILDING  SOLUTIONS  –  KEY  CONSIDERATIONS   Risk  &  Rewards   Owner  Installed   Third  Party  Installed   Carrier  Installed   6.  Owner  Capital   Expense   System  Cost,   Consultants  Fees,   Possibly  Plus   Owner  Profit   System  Cost,   Financing  Costs,   Consultants  Fees  and   Profit   Most  Cost  EffecKve   for  Carrier   7.  Owner  OperaKng   Expense   Consultant  Costs  if   Not  Reimbursed   Same   Same   8.  Carrier  OperaKng   Expense   System  OperaKng   Expense   Same   Most  Cost  EffecKve   for  Carrier   9.  Who  Watches  Who   Carrier  Watches   Owner   Owner  and  Carrier   Watch  Third  Party   Owner  Watches   Carrier   34  
  • 32. IN  BUILDING  SOLUTIONS  –  KEY  CONSIDERATIONS   Risk  &  Rewards   Owner  Installed   Third  Party   Installed   Carrier  Installed   10. Headache  Factor   Headache  for   Carrier  and   Possibly  for   Owner   Same   Headache  for   Owner   11. Major  Risks  to   Owner   Cost  Overruns   and   Failure  to  Get   Carriers   Profit  Drives   Decisions   Lack  of  Carrier   Neutrality  and   Equality   12. Major  Risks  for   Carrier   Will  Owner   Deliver  on  Time   and  on  Budget   Profit  Drives   Decisions   Will  Owner  Timely   Cooperate   35  
  • 33. IN  BUILDING  SOLUTIONS  –  KEY  CONSIDERATIONS   •  Business  and  Legal  Issues   –  ObligaKon  to  Install  System   –  Frequency  Coverage  of  System   –  Timing  of  System  InstallaKon   –  Will  the  System  Really  be  a  Neutral  Host   –  Liability  Concerns   –  Revenue  DisrupKon  Risk  –  Watch  the  Core  Business   –  Term,  Renewal  OpKons  and  CancellaKon  OpKons   –  No  Charge  for  Rights  or  Payment  to  Owner:  Flat  Fee  or   Percentage  Rent  and  Rent  Increases   36  
  • 34. IN  BUILDING  SOLUTIONS  –  KEY  CONSIDERATIONS   –  Creditworthiness  of  Party   –  Security  and  Control  of  Risers   –  Lease  vs.  License  Agreement   –  SubordinaKon  Provision  and  Non-­‐Disturbance  Agreement   –  Assignability   –  AlteraKons  and  Plan  Approval   –  Use  Clause  and  Exclusivity   –  LocaKon  of  Equipment  Space  and  Riser  Space   –  Electrical  and  Other  UKlity  ConnecKons   –  Owner's  Right  to  Use  System   37  
  • 35. IN  BUILDING  SOLUTIONS  –  KEY  CONSIDERATIONS   –  Interference  with  Other  TelecommunicaKons  Equipment   –  RestoraKon  at  End  of  Term   –  Compliance  with  Laws   –  RelocaKon   –  Buildout  in  Occupied  Space  Where  Tenant  Doesn't  Want   Antennas  Installed   –  Service  Level  Agreement   –  Right  to  Upgrade  Equipment   –  Exterior  Building  Cellular  Antennas  or  Exterior  DAS   –  Dispute  ResoluKon   38  
  • 36. QUESTIONS     FEEL  FREE  TO  CONTACT  ME  WITH  QUESTIONS  IN  THE  FUTURE     Jeffrey  A.  Moerdler,  Esq.   Mintz  Levin  Cohn  Ferris  Glovsky  and  Popeo  PC   666  Third  Avenue,  New  York,  NY    10017   Tel.  212-­‐692-­‐6700  –  Fax  212-­‐983-­‐3115   E-­‐mail  jamoerdler@mintz.com     39  
  • 37. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 2, 2013 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University APRIL 1, 2014 Neil  Manning  –  VP  Strategic  Sales  &  Development   Corning  OpKcal  CommunicaKons  
  • 38. Clinical  Healthcare  Mobile  AdopKon   Challenges •  Healthcare environments are both complex data-driven and collaborative ecosystems •  Hospitals continue to adopt life-critical mobile applications •  80% of physicians use a smart phone or tablet PC for patient care •  Adoption of EHR systems, barcode tracking etc. and other devices drive enormous wireless data support •  Wireless networks in healthcare will need to upgrade new technologies and leverage new cabling •  To open ceiling tiles, approval is required for need of tented areas Computerized physician order entry (CPOE) Clinical Decision support (CDSS) Electronic health records (EHRs) Picture archiving and communicati on system (PACS) Telemedicine mHealth Apps Location/ Asset Tracking Source:BCCResearch Trends
  • 39. Comprehensive  Care.  CriKcal  ConnecKvity   + + + + + Requires  connecQvity,  accessibility  and  backhaul.   Smart  Bed.   Improves  clinical   workflow  for   nurses  and   reduced   documentaKon   by  automaKng   medical  data   transmission.   Security.  Staff   can  trigger   alarms  that  can   be  seen  on   computers  and   mobile  devices.   Alarms  provide   locaKon  and   threat  level.   PaQent   Monitoring.   Integrated   hospital,  home   and  mobile   paKent  plavorm   allows  for   efficient   healthcare.   Infusion  Safety.   Standardized  and   comprehensive   systems  allow  for   paKent   protecKon  and   opKmizaKon  and   tracking  of   inventory   Remote  Case   Management.   Real  Kme   correlaKon  of   clinical  data  with   medical  records   to  aid  in  clinical   decision  making   &  collaboraKon.  
  • 40. Transition to Mobility and Digital Records Cost Reduction Care Enablement Healthcare Connectivity Reduced Support Costs Access + Mobility Data Backhaul Reduce Overall Connectivity Costs Higher Utilization of Infrastructure Infrastructure Requirements Information Availability mAppsMobile Devices Data Exchange Data Center Campus Infrastructure  Convergence  In  Healthcare  
  • 41. Key  AYributes  For  Value  CreaKon   ConvergedFacilitiesInfrastructure CompaQble  WLAN/ PON/DAS   1:1  ConnecQvity   OpQcal  fiber  lifespan   15+years   Intelligent  end-­‐to-­‐ end  monitoring   Negligible  loss,   extended  reach   Wireless Platform Healthcare Facility Needs Physician  mobility   Asset  Tracking   ApplicaQon  support   Future  Proof,  no  rip   &  replace   Guest/Caregiver     ConnecQvity   WirelessInfrastructureSupportRequirements CAPABILITY       + FLEXIBILITY   + VALUE   ONETM  Wireless  Plavorm   = +
  • 42. Healthcare  Use  Case:  Guthrie  Hospital   Cellular  +  PON  Convergence   Two  separate  RFPs  issued  for  DAS  and  GPON     Convergence  of  opMcal  DAS  and  GPON  yielded  a  30%  savings.   Guthrie Hospital: •  State of the Art new hospital facility in Corning, NY •  268,000 square feet •  GPON to serve Wi-Fi, Nurses Stations, RFID, etc. •  Multicarrier DAS throughout facility
  • 43. ONE  Architecture  with  Passive  OpKcal  LAN  (POL)   -­‐  Remote  Power,  SpliYers  in  Zones,  ONTs  in  IDF/work  area   Head  End   CEILING  IDF   ü  Centralized  Equipment   ü  Centralized  Network   Management   ü  Centralized  BaYery  Backup   ü  Easy  Redundancy   ü  Minimal  Space  Requirement   ü  Uplink  Bandwidth  to  48GB     ü  Rack  Mounted   ONT  SupporKng   ExisKng  Copper   Voice/Data   Wiring     ü  PoE+  Power   ü  Analog  Voice  /  SIP   Conversion     ü  Allows for Reuse of Existing Cabling ü  Provides All the Features of POL ü  Allows Network Migration to POL in Increments ü  Fully Integrates with Zone or Desktop ONTs
  • 44.   The  Right  Plavorm  for  Healthcare   1:1   ConnecQvity   •  Enables  locaKon  based  services  to   monitor  paKents  and  track  medical   equipment   Space  Savings   •  LiYle  to  no  closet  space  required.     RF  is  where  you  need  it  à  near  the   user   POE+  Ethernet   •  Enable  3rd  party  medical  telemetry   devices   •  Convergence  of  IT  infrastructure   Future  Proof   •  Scalable  fiber  infrastructure   ensures  your  facility  is  ready  for   today  &  tomorrow’s  IT  needs   Beta  Hospital  Customer   Customer:  Guthrie  Health   •  330+  bed  healthcare  system  in   New  York     •  POL  with  ONE  Wireless  Plavorm   SoluQon   •  GPON to serve Wi-Fi, Nurses Stations, RFID, etc. •  Multicarrier DAS throughout facility •  Convergence  of  opKcal  DAS,  GPON   and  Wi-­‐Fi  yielded  a  30%  savings.  
  • 45. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 2, 2013 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University APRIL 1, 2014 Tom  Chamberlain   Advanced  RF  Technologies,  Inc.  
  • 46. Developing  and  Deploying  a  Future  Proof  DAS   Non-Participating Technologies and Spectrum Technology and Spectrum Horizon To build for the future you must attempt to predict the future
  • 47. Developing  and  Deploying  a  Future  Proof  DAS   Future  Oriented  Approach   Design  for  the   foreseeable  future   Scale  back  for  iniQal   requirements  
  • 48. Developing  and  Deploying  a  Future  Proof  DAS   •  Room  for  Growth  in  Head  End  and  Remote  LocaKons   •  Install  Coax  and  Fiber  for  MIMO   Physical  Space  and  Infrastructure   •  Install  AddiKonal  Fiber  for   AddiKonal  Layers   •  AddiKonal  electrical  power   •  Environmental  condiKoning   requirements  based  on   future  needs    
  • 49. Developing  and  Deploying  a  Future  Proof  DAS   ü AddiKonal  WSPs  should  not  reduce   coverage  for  exisKng  WSPs   ü Account  for  losses  by  combining  addiKonal   layers  in  advance   ü Plan  for  changes  in  WSP  input  power   (addiKonal  carriers,  donor  changes…)   RF  Margin  
  • 50. Developing  and  Deploying  a  Future  Proof  DAS   ü Coordinate  in  advance  with  WSPs   ü Define  zones  for  future  sectorizaKon   ü Plan  for  addiKonal  head  end  and  signal  source   space  and  electrical  power   ü Monitor  usage  and  throughput  during   operaKonal  phase   Capacity  
  • 51.   Flexible, modular architecture Ongoing engineering and technical support Simple MIMO implementation Management of power ratio among WSPs Commitment to support new bands and technologies with a proven track record Developing  and  Deploying  a  Future  Proof  DAS   OEM  Plamorm  
  • 52. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 2, 2013 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University APRIL 1, 2014 Edward  J.  Donelan,  RCDD,  NTS,  ESS,  TLT   President,  Telecom  Infrastructure  Corp  
  • 53. STADIUM  SOLUTIONS     Wiring  Up  for  the  Super  Bowl   Presented  by:     Ed  Donelan   Telecom  Infrastructure  Corp,  President  
  • 54. GAME  PLAN   GAME  PLAN   •  Structural  Steel   •  3  yards  UP   •  Side  Line  Harmony   •  Electrical,  Telecom,   HVAC,  Steel  
  • 55. KICK  OFF   Ø  Kick  Off  -­‐>  Media  Day   Ø  Monday,  27  January     Ø  Roster   Ø  93  Antennas   Ø  12  Sectors  
  • 56. GETTING  GOOD  FIELD  POSITION   Ø  Verizon  LTE  AWS     Ø  10  Week  pracKce   schedule     Ø  Winning  Stats   Ø  4  Kmes  the   amount  of  traffic   as  a  year  ago  
  • 57.      The  LINEBACKERS  
  • 58.       SET  UP  FOR  THE  HAND-­‐OFF  
  • 59. THANK  YOU   Edward  J.  Donelan,  RCDD,  NTS,  ESS,  TLT   President     BICSI  Past  President,  2008-­‐2009   edonelan@telecom-­‐wiring.com   914-­‐447-­‐1949  
  • 60. WASHINGTON D.C. IN-BUILDING WIRELESS EDUCATIONAL SUMMIT October 2, 2013 Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University APRIL 1, 2014

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