How to build distributed networks
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How to build distributed networks


Proving the economics and business model to roll out distributed networks across indoor and outdoor locations

The Future Network spoke to ExteNet Systems, the innovating infraco who are deploying distributed networks and tackling the neutral host model across various topographies in the US. Having begun with high profile venues, they are increasingly turning their attention to the enterprise sector, and work both indoors and outdoors. We discuss how carriers and end users are becoming more informed on the benefits of installing distributed cellular networks, how business models are adapting, and how the economics of building individual and private networks are becoming more viable.

The Future Network: Please can you introduce ExteNet Systems.

Tony Eigen, Marketing, ExteNet Systems:

ExteNet Systems is a distributed networks company based in the US.


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