MobileAccess 4G Wireless Solutions Aid in Carriers’ Nationwide Build-out of LTE Networks

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MobileAccess 4G Wireless Solutions Aid in Carriers’ Nationwide Build-out of LTE Networks

MobileAccess 4G Wireless Solutions Aid in Carriers

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MobileAccess 4G Wireless Solutions Aid in Carriers’ Nationwide Build-out of LTE Networks
MobileAccess 4G Wireless Solutions Aid in Carriers’ Nationwide Build-out of LTE Networks
VIENNA, VA | Corning Incorporated | 2011年1月20日

MobileAccess, a global provider of in-building wireless solutions, announced today that its portfolio of 4G wireless solutions are certified by wireless operators and are actively supporting LTE networks across the country. After completing the certification testing and documentation review in November 2010, MobileAccess was the first distributed antenna systems (DAS) provider to receive preferred status from the largest US carrier currently deploying a LTE network for its entire 4G portfolio, including the innovative MobileAccessVE solution.

"To get the most out of LTE, it's not just about offering a compatible DAS," said Jeff Kunst, vice president of product management, MobileAccess. "Flexibility and performance are key variables in bringing a next-generation network online, and we are very pleased that our carrier partners, Verizon and AT&T, have recognized the capabilities of our solution in this regard. From arenas and hotels to office buildings and airports, LTE rollouts can be up and running in weeks versus months for a fraction of the cost of traditional DAS solutions."

The MobileAccessVE solution delivers LTE multiple-input and multiple-output (MIMO) capabilities over existing CAT-5 Ethernet cables, helping to avoid costly infrastructure projects that require two cables to achieve necessary performance levels as well as cutting installation timeframes from months to weeks. Not only does this re-use of existing cabling help wireless operators to meet their LTE rollout goals on time, but it also aids in retrofitting existing facilities, turning LTE implementations into simple upgrades for buildings already equipped with DAS deployments. With MobileAccess' high performance LTE MIMO solutions the promise of 4G data rates has been delivered indoors to stadiums, hotels and airports alike.

In addition to MobileAccessVE, the MobileAccess1000 and MobileAccess2000 distributed antenna systems passed testing and are certified and deployed by wireless carriers in the US. Now, the hundreds of stadiums, airports, hospitals, hotels and other enterprise buildings that have deployed MobileAccess1000 and MobileAccess2000 systems can be upgraded by simply adding LTE modules to these installed systems.

For more information on MobileAccess' suite of 4G and next-generation in-building wireless solutions, please visit

About MobileAccess

MobileAccess is a global provider of reliable wireless coverage solutions for all indoor wireless environments. MobileAccess' solutions platform delivers wireless connectivity in enterprises of every size, and has become the industry standard in the healthcare, hospitality and higher education markets. MobileAccess' legacy of innovation and proven architecture set the bar for indoor wireless peak performance, ensuring customers can meet current wireless demands as well as easily expand with future applications and services. Thousands of organizations worldwide rely on MobileAccess including: Clarian Health, the Comcast Center, M Resort Spa Casino, Ford Field, GAN Tower (Paris), Grand Lakes Orlando, the Dutch Parliament building (Netherlands), Hearst Corporation, Melbourne Australia Airport, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Royal Dutch Shell and the University of Phoenix Stadium. MobileAccess is headquartered in Vienna, Virginia. For more information, please visit: