Faster, more advanced network connection than ever before
Demand for more bandwidth by tenants and visitors in commercial buildings continues to grow. Carriers looking for new ways to address this demand in a fast and efficient way, turn to Segra’s In-Building Wireless solution. This turnkey solution, addresses these issues through scalability and use of Segra’s reliable dense fiber network that is already in place.
- Flexible and scalable turnkey solution over Segra's expansive fiber network
- More bandwidth in device dense markets by offloading macro tower traffic
- Higher bandwidth with shorter RF distances, that enables 5G
- Eliminates signal loss due to environmental constraints like architectural designs and geographic locations
- Supports multiple operators with the option to integrate their own equipment
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Why Segra’s In-Building Wireless
Connections on our wireless devices is an essential part of modern life. Like any always-on utility, we depend on wireless networks to deliver reliable service for apps that provide on-demand news, entertainment, messages, voice communication–and much more–to our smartphones and tablets.
Utilizing our expansive and dense fiber network, Segra supports in-building antennas, enterprise Wi-Fi, public safety networks, LTE small cells and Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS). By offloading traffic from high-rise buildings, vast campuses, crowded stadiums and hotel properties, to our portfolio of dependable, innovative solutions, we help ensure that your customers stay connected.
The demand for connectivity to macro towers must be supplemented by offloading mobile traffic in other ways. In-building wireless would allow you to offload these users that are closer to the lit buildings, which increases the performance of the macro tower and for users.
Support for 5G
Providing 5G capabilities comes with the need for the availability of large amounts of bandwidth. By providing lit buildings with in-building wireless transmitters, this will put carriers’ customers in closer proximity to their service allowing for more of them to receive 5G capabilities.
Small Cell / Macro Cell Dark Fiber
With usage mobile device usage at an all-time high, the demand for data continues to increase at an unparalleled pace. This growth has quickly exposed gaps in mobile network coverage where there is not enough capacity to handle peak traffic or enough reach to serve users. Wireless carriers are turning to the deployment of small cell sites to fill these gaps because the cells provide a pin-point solution, adding capacity and coverage precisely where it’s needed.