/Breakthroughs in In-building Cellular Connectivity Explored on Innovations TV Series

Breakthroughs in In-building Cellular Connectivity Explored on Innovations TV Series

Highlighting the latest advances in cellular technology.

Jupiter, FL—Innovations, the award-winning television series hosted by Ed Begley Jr., will explore the latest advances in cellular connectivity technology, and is slated to air in the second quarter of 2018 on FOX Business. Viewers should check their local listings for airtime information.

While almost 75 percent of employees report some level of unreliable cellular connectivity, Millennials—workers age 18 to 34—were more likely to complain about the problem. Those same employees were also more likely to blame their employer or the building owner for the poor coverage. To address this issue, cellular network innovators have stepped up to develop technology, like distributed antenna systems (DAS), to bring cellular connectivity indoors.

In the past few years there has been a shift from an operator-based investment in in-building cellular connectivity to an enterprise-based investment. Now, the enterprise is responsible for finding the best, most cost-effective solution for their cellular and public safety connectivity needs. This segment of Innovations will explore the issues facing the enterprise and how they can solve for the growing needs and demands for in-building cellular coverage.

“Businesses of all types know that the internet of things and M2M learning will be essential to continued operation, and they’re looking to take control of the issue with DAS solutions,� said Scott Willis, CEO of Zinwave, a Dallas-based technology company that provides in-building wireless solutions. “Innovations’ interest in this topic is coming at a great time, because enterprises like commercial real estate, universities, healthcare facilities, airports, corporate campuses, and more need to know this is a very solvable problem, and with the right solution it can also be much less of a financial burden than they might think.�

Viewers will learn about the growing dependency on indoor mobile coverage for both cellular and public safety coverage, borne from social and industrial elements such as data applications and machine-to-machine communication. DAS provides this connectivity through a hardware network that pulls a cellular signal into a building and distributes it strategically throughout a building.

“The technology behind Zinwave’s unique DAS solution is minimizing costs and maximizing return for users, while providing reliable cellular in-building connectivity,� said Ken Cardwell, producer for the Innovations series. “We look forward to exploring this technology.�


About Zinwave:
Zinwave is a Dallas-based technology company focused on providing in-building wireless solutions for cellular and public safety connectivity that are essential for business. Solutions include a five component Distributed Antenna System (DAS), featuring Zinwave’s patented 3F advantage – fiber cabling throughout, full spectrum support on a single hardware layer, and future ready for the next generation of wireless technology. Zinwave’s refined technology offers the lowest total cost of ownership, and the Cellular as a Service option enables connectivity by converting it into an operating expense. Zinwave customers come from around globe and span a wide array of industries. For more information, visit: www.zinwave.com

About Innovations and DMG Productions:
Innovations, hosted by award winning actor Ed Begley, Jr., is an information-based series geared toward educating the public on the latest breakthroughs in all areas of society. Featuring practical solutions and important issues facing consumers and professionals alike, Innovations focuses on cutting-edge advancements in everything from health and wellness to global business, renewable energy, and more.

Backed by experts in various fields, and a team dedicated to education and advancement, DMG Productions consistently produces commercial-free, educational programming on which both viewers and networks depend.

For more information visit www.InnovationsTelevision.com or call (866) 496-4065.