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How to Profit from Forward-Looking Strategies

Fri, 02/28/2014 - 2:14pm
Corning

To Register: http://cablesystems.corning.com/1-RealEstateSeminarsList.html

Seminar Description: By 2015 there will be 6 billion things connected to the Internet. How will the commercial building industry best meet this challenge?

It’s no secret that the explosion of mobile devices is driving exponential data demand in this all-digital, all-wireless world.

It is therefore critical that building owners and developers understand that IT network infrastructures must be capable of supporting the cutting-edge wireless services of today, but also be ready to handle emerging data-heavy wireless applications.

Who Should Attend:

This seminar is intended for the Commercial Real Estate Development Industry, including leaders and executives in areas of development, construction, technology, and property management in the following firms:

  • Commercial Real Estate Developers.
  • Property Management.
  • Real Estate Investment Trusts.
  • Architectural.
  • Construction Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing) - MEP.
  • Electrical Contractors.
  • General Commercial Contractors.
  • Consultant Firms For Construction, Electrical, RF, Telecommunication, and IT.

What You Will Learn:

Led by Bob Butchko, a recognized expert in the field and a National Business Development Executive with RF Connect LLC, attendees of this seminar will understand the impact of the ‘Internet of Things’ and how this reality permeates everything we do. He will show how converged IT building services such as security, AV, Wi-Fi and cellular enhancement no longer need to be on separate networks. Finally, he will make the case that all optical converged system are the best way to supply virtually unlimited bandwidth to meet all the digital/wireless service needs of enterprises now and into the future.

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