LISLE, Ill.--(ExteNet Systems, a leader in the implementation and operation of distributed networks, today announced that the Cleveland Medical Mart and Convention Center (CMMCC) in Cleveland, OH will utilize its service and expertise to design, install, manage, and maintain a Distributed Antenna System (DAS) network. At over 1 million square feet, CMMCC is designed to be the largest indoor facility for the medical and healthcare industry in the United States (US). In addition to enabling network connectivity and communications throughout the facility, ExteNet will also integrate public safety for CMMCC.)--
“We are looking forward to laying the foundation for the next generation connected networks at the Cleveland Medical Mart and Convention Center.”
Scheduled to open in August 2013, the CMMCC will include a 235,000-square-foot medical showroom, 230,000-square-foot exhibition hall, 60,000-square-foot conference room with HD display systems and video-conferencing capabilities, and a 30,000-square-foot grand ballroom. The sophisticated, hi-tech facility is designed to become the center of the largest concentration of medical leadership in the US.
William Wong, Director of Information Technology at CMMCC, said, “We were looking for a reputable, stable and visionary technology partner who could provide a neutral host, DAS network with multiple carrier options, integrated with public safety.” Wong added, “ExteNet has demonstrated years of experience in deploying open, scalable and reliable communication networks and, after careful review, we knew they were the right choice to help us achieve our goal of making CMMCC the premier healthcare and medical destination in the US.”
Ross W. Manire, ExteNet Systems President and CEO, emphasized, “Our goal is to design and deploy reliable networks supporting multiple technologies for wireless carriers and enterprises. A premier healthcare facility like the Cleveland Medical Mart and Convention Center, with millions of expected visitors, has unique needs in terms of network scalability and reliability. At ExteNet, we strive to provide our venue partners the highest quality of wireless carrier service and network connectivity.” Manire added, “We are looking forward to laying the foundation for the next generation connected networks at the Cleveland Medical Mart and Convention Center.”
ExteNet’s distributed networks are designed to support multiple wireless carriers with a single, open, network infrastructure. ExteNet distinguishes itself by providing an integrated outdoor and indoor network solution served from a single point via a high-capacity fiber network. As part of its total solution offering, ExteNet also provides a suite of Professional Services including a 24x7 Network Operations Center (NOC).
About ExteNet Systems
Lisle, IL-based ExteNet Systems, Inc. designs, installs, manages, and maintains open, intelligent and distributed networks for use by wireless carriers. Using distributed antenna systems (DAS), ExteNet networks enhance coverage and capacity by providing superior wireless services in both outdoor and indoor markets. Primary markets addressed by ExteNet include outdoor distributed networks for use by wireless carriers, and a host of indoor verticals including sports and entertainment venues, commercial real estate, healthcare, higher education, hospitality, and government agencies. ExteNet ranked 5th on the Wall Street Journal’s “Next Big Thing” list of the top 50 venture-backed companies in 2011. For more information, visit www.extenetsystems.com.
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