The Next Frontier for DAS & Small Cells Congress is Europe

ACI is proud to announce the launch of the DAS & Small Cells Congress Europe on November 19-21, 2014 in Munich Germany




Meeting the In-Building Coverage and Capacity Demands of

Mobile Broadband Data Services 

DAS & Small Cells Congress Europe

New York, NY  June 16, 2014 – – Satisfying the exponential growth in mobile data traffic has become the number one challenge for network operators and their technology suppliers worldwide. Macro networks are overloaded as users, reliant on their mobile devices, embrace the burgeoning array of applications and services on offer.  This unprecedented growth in data traffic has been the driver behind wireless operators’ deploying LTE networks. And with 80% of all data traffic originating indoors, the demand for pervasive and consistent in-building coverage and capacity grows ever stronger. To meet this demand, operators, large public venues and enterprise are investing in Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), which offload capacity from the macro network and provide the much needed in-building coverage.

For the past seven years the DAS & Small Cells Congress has been keeping track of the dynamic North American market for DAS. Year-on- year the event has grown in size thanks to the enthusiastic support of the DAS and small cells value chain. This annual gathering attracts 450+ key industry stakeholders – senior executives from mobile operators, equipment manufacturers, system integrators, neutral host providers, and customers (venues/building owners).

As the European deployment of LTE increases, and with it the demand for DAS, we are delighted to announce the launch of the DAS & Small Cells Congress Europe. Taking place November 19-21 in Munich, Germany, we’re bringing the same level of information, education and networking to the European market for DAS.  Over the course of three days, the agenda will address the business and technical opportunities and challenges surrounding DAS and small cell installations – to give you the information to advance your in-building wireless strategy. From the best business models, to key factors in planning, designing, deploying and testing DAS and small cell networks. Conference presenters will include mobile operators from around the world, the market-leading OEMs, solution providers and system integrators, in addition to customers – building owners/venues/enterprise.

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A unique organization, American Conference Institute is devoted to providing the business intelligence that senior decision-makers need to respond to challenges both here in the US, and around the world.

Staffed by industry specialists, lawyers and other professionals, American Conference Institute operates as a think tank, monitoring trends and developments in all major industry sectors, the law, and public policy, with a view to providing information on the leading edge.

Headquartered in New York and led by Leigh Gilmore, Senior Vice President, American Conference Institute has grown to produce more than 150 events each year, attended by thousands of senior delegates from across the country.

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