10 Jun 2014

Black Box, DAS Simplified, RF Connect join CommScope network

CommScope has named the first companies to join its newly-expanded in-building wireless partner network.

In-building wireless system integration, including network design, equipment selection, installation and commissioning, has been described as one of the most critical aspects for a successful distributed antenna system (DAS) project.

To help venue owners and wireless operators find excellent system integrators, CommScope has expanded its In-Building Wireless Partner program and named the first companies to have achieved the new level of In-Building Wireless Premier Partner.

As part of the CommScope PartnerPRO, In-Building Wireless Premier Partners have demonstrated the ability to successfully design, commission and optimize a CommScope DAS solution, managing a project from start to finish.

"The ability to work with multiple parties including venue owners and network operators while deploying a technologically complex in-building wireless system is a refined skill, which some companies do better than others," said Stephen Kowal, vice president, Global Partners, CommScope. "CommScope is proud to announce the first In-Building Wireless Premier Partners, who have attained the highest level within the PartnerPRO Network."

The companies to achieve In-Building Wireless Premier Partner status are:

  • Black Box Network Services

  • DAS Simplified

  • RF Connect

According to CommScope, each has proven its ability to deliver superior value to customers.

By working with a company designated as an In-Building Wireless Premier Partner, customers are accessing system integrators with proven expertise in all aspects of implementing a DAS.

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