Location, Florida

In Building Wireless

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In Building Data & Wi-Fi

Wireless technology is ever changing the way we do business and communicate. Today as we stream more devices and move to cut the cord as we move closer to more reliable service to the edge with more than 70 percent of all wireless handsets that can browse the web and receive e-mail. As the smartphone becomes smarter and cloud computing grows, so will the rapid proliferation of tablet PCs and smart handheld devices. Wireless is just as important in both our business and personal life, and maintaining wireless connectivity is a priority that must be reliable as electric or water.

In Building Cellular

Have you ever walked inside a building while on your phone only to lose that connection as many of us have experienced where there is little to no signal coverage? This has happened many times to all of us. What makes your building great is also its biggest hinderance for cellular signals. You most likely invested a substantial amount of capital making your building energy efficient with Low Emission blocking windows, concrete, plaster etc. and other construction obstacles that make it difficult for these crucial signals to travel through your building. Now as we face new challenges such as threats that didn’t once exist such as active shooters and request for immediate support to have your cellular source identify where you are at in any building is a matter of safety that is vital for each person inside any building.

Small Cell/ DAS

Small Cells supplement the outdoor network by providing pinpoint capacity in high-traffic areas via antennas placed on rooftops, the exterior of buildings, on lighting or utility poles and even hidden in street fixtures. Small cells connect directly to fiber optic cable, and can be installed in various locations like the public right away such as utility poles, streetlights, or even on the side of buildings as they have a very small reach which is why they have to be deployed densely reach their effectiveness, consider this a smaller version of the cell towers you see existing now but much smaller in footprint

A distributed antenna system (DAS) that can be used for public safety or a cellular DAS network to extend the coverage of service throughout your entire building. There are multiple types of DAS that normally fall within an active, passive or hybrid DAS as choices that can be selected based on your square footage, existing infrastructure and testing results of your existing communication network for a cellular DAS that would provide coverage for service such as ATT&T, Verizon and Sprint. While the public safety uses its own separate DAS for Public safety & first responders.


Internet of things (IoT) is technology that will help shape how we interact with such as; devices, machines, objects, or anything with a unique identifier (UID) Once connected, they can broaden how everything can be controlled with customizable software to recognize improvements, eliminate downtime, increase efficiency, and “learn” how to seamlessly manage, facilitate, and operate your building with incredible efficiency. Powering this revolution is the medium in which these devices connect. Legacy copper infra-structure and wiring topologies must evolve to Fiber optics to handle the capacity. “Build it and they will come” So our vision is with a fiber infra-structure, wireless solutions can deliver next generation bandwidth to applications, devices, and all elements involved. Ib wireless understands that the key is having the fiber infrastructure working in tandem with wireless solutions that do not take away from delivering the speed that your tenants need without compromise to the rest of the network. Bandwidth can be changed on-the-fly giving you total access control.