We build and operate communications infrastructure in large venues, such as subway systems, road tunnels and large commercial complexes. This expertise can also be delivered in stadiums, airports, large commercial office and apartment buildings.

Our large-scale connectivity solutions that incorporate fibre, outdoor, distributed antenna systems (DAS), small and macro cell and Wi-Fi solutions are cost-effective to install and deploy, efficient to operate, and cope with the most demanding of data environments.

Around the world, stadium operators are looking to entice fans off the sofa and into the stadium with high-speed free Wi-Fi. State-of-the-art communications technology helps operators manage crowds, innovate with food and beverage offerings, and give patrons real-time information on transport and parking.

In many of Hong Kong’s road and tunnel systems, users enjoy six-band 2G, 3G & LTE (4G) subway DAS network, enabling them to stay up to date with traffic conditions, news and more.

In New York, in the Fulton Center, a key transit hub, we enable thousands of commuters daily to stay connected with free Wi-Fi.

In Toronto, the free Wi-Fi provided in Union Station’s regional transit concourse helps commuters across the greater Toronto area access critical information and stay up-to-date. Alongside free public Wi-Fi, we have extended connectivity services to retail, enterprise and private customers across Toronto’s booming downtown core.   

In Hong Kong, our design, installation and maintenance of an integrated network that provides cellular services for all Mobile Network Operators (MNO’s) and public safety agencies in Airport Terminal Buildings, the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre and major building complexes, which enables seamless connections for travellers, customers, management, delegates and exhibitors.

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