Tanis Corder was promoted to National Sales Manager at DAS Simplified. She was West Coast Channel Sales Manager since June, 2011. Tanis has worked in the wireless industry for more than 15 years, gaining knowledge in wireless technologies ranging from point to point, microwave, radio, and WiFi. Her previous roles have included project management and manager of network installation teams.Read More »
Mark Niehus, DAS Simplified Channel Manager, recently authored an article in ICT Today, titled "Making DAS More Constructible." http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/bicsi/icttoday_20150708/#/38Read More »
An In-Building Distributed Antenna System (DAS) can be an extremely important tool to inform people of an approaching disaster. Many organizations have developed emergency preparedness plans that warn people in advance through text messages and emails that are often received on their cell phones. Poor signal in a building can result in a significantly reduced level of notification and may cause confusion. In this article posted by the Daily Titan, California State University Fullerton’s Student Body Newspaper, poor in-building cellular coverage was revealed and the University is making plans toRead More »
It is hard to believe, but it has come down to these statistics. There are actually more phones than people in the U.S. The need for cellular technology in our nation is growing fast and often an individual uses multiple mobile devices regularly.
This article by The Washington Post points out that the wireless industry grew 6 percent over the last year and Tablets are the fastest-selling hardware device in history. This growth in mobile devise use has created a demand for wireless coverage everywhere especially inside a building whereRead More »
Healthcare is one of the largest growing industries in the Nation. We are seeing new medical facilities built nationwide and existing facilities implementing additions and renovations. They often use multiple communication devices for their day to day operations. Healthcare facilities are turning to Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) to solve many of their communication problems. These problems often revolve around poor cellular, radio, and paging systems signal coverage within a building. The demand for coverage by employees and customers grows daily and the need to stay connected is pushing these facilitiesRead More »