BURR RIDGE, Ill., March 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Wireless Information Networks (WIN), the nation's leading provider of distributed antenna systems (DAS) and other indoor cellular connectivity technologies, announced today a service offering expansion to include solutions for suburban buildings, health care facilities, hotels, higher education campuses and new construction. WIN will leverage its experience in the urban sector to help these building owners keep the people they serve happy and productive.
WIN's unique service model enables solutions to be customized for any type of building — with in-building communication capabilities, funding consultation and publicly accessible Wi-Fi. WIN proactively manages and monitors each solution and guarantees 100% ubiquitous coverage.
Getting cell coverage inside buildings is becoming increasingly difficult in today's world. Studies show that indoor data traffic accounts for 80% of all data traffic and is growing 20% per year — and exterior cell towers can't keep up with demand. In-building connectivity technologies provide a solution.
"We're proud to offer more people a reliable way to stay in communication with their co-workers, friends and loved ones," said Thomas K. Crotty, WIN's President and CEO. "Our solutions bring peace of mind as well as a significant competitive advantage for venue owners and managers across a wide range of industries."
For more information about WIN, visit winconnectivity.com or call 630.325.6254.
About Wireless Information Networks
WIN is the nation's leading provider of indoor distributed antenna system (DAS) solutions. For nearly 20 years, WIN has solved connectivity challenges for major mobile network carriers and enterprises up to 20,000 employees. They are experts at helping clients overcome radio frequency (RF) obstructions and customizing DAS solutions for enhanced cellular technologies. They are the only provider who offers a 100% guarantee of ubiquitous coverage in the segments they are hired to address. Learn more at winconnectivity.com
SOURCE Wireless Information Networks