How Convention Centers Prepare

07/19/2016 |

DAS Systems are helping FMs prepare Wi-Fi for large crowds

The ability to communicate through technology at convention centers has become an imperative part of business. People expect to be able to use building Wi-Fi to send videos, share pictures, and use apps instantly. Preparing for 50,000 attendees to use their devices simultaneously is no easy task. In Cleveland, workers behind the Republican National Convention used these measures to prepare.

DAS Systems

It’s important for FMs to gather an accurate assessment of how many people are estimated to be at a conference or convention. Cleveland’s Quicken Loans Arena worked with AT&T and Verizon to increase their wireless capacity, as they expected between 10,000 and 15,000 devices to be using the public Wi-Fi network during the convention. The networks use distributed antenna systems (DAS) to increase wireless coverage areas in an effort to support as many carriers and connections as possible. For confined areas, macro towers do not have the ability to support a large number of people. Inputting DAS technologies before a large conference or convention will make sure your buildings are able to serve thousands of people trying to use the internet at once. 

Connectrac® wireways are the new standard for bringing power & communications cable management to all interior applications. Free yourself from core drilling!

Surpass State Energy Requirements with Dual-Cooling Data Center CRAC Technology

See how professionals like you are taking advantage of the highest performing precision cooling system for their computer rooms and data centers, and why Data Aire is fast-becoming the number one choice for facility managers and building owners looking to decrease their energy consumption. 

Data Aire understands how digital technology and data gravity is rapidly impacting and transforming businesses. That’s why they developed ultra-efficient cooling technology to support the most modern (and not-so-modern) data centers.  Learn how One Wilshire in Los Angeles, one of the most advanced carrier hotels today, is surpassing California's strict energy efficiency requirements with Data Aire’s purpose-built system, which provide full-economization for 260 days – almost 72% of the year. That’s a measurable savings! Furthermore, the projected PUE on an annual basis for a full load is at or below 1.2.

Connectrac® wireways are the new standard for bringing power & communications cable management to all interior applications. Free yourself from core drilling!

Surpass State Energy Requirements with Dual-Cooling Data Center CRAC Technology

See how professionals like you are taking advantage of the highest performing precision cooling system for their computer rooms and data centers, and why Data Aire is fast-becoming the number one choice for facility managers and building owners looking to decrease their energy consumption. 

Data Aire understands how digital technology and data gravity is rapidly impacting and transforming businesses. That’s why they developed ultra-efficient cooling technology to support the most modern (and not-so-modern) data centers.  Learn how One Wilshire in Los Angeles, one of the most advanced carrier hotels today, is surpassing California's strict energy efficiency requirements with Data Aire’s purpose-built system, which provide full-economization for 260 days – almost 72% of the year. That’s a measurable savings! Furthermore, the projected PUE on an annual basis for a full load is at or below 1.2.


Related Coverage