AT&T Installs New DAS System at the Circuit of The Americas
By Community | June 7, 2013
AT&T has improved its mobile Internet coverage at the Circuit of The Americas by completing the installation of a new 4G LTE-capable Distributed Antenna System (DAS).
A DAS installation consists of multiple strategically-placed antennas that distribute AT&T’s wireless network coverage throughout the Circuit of The Americas, viagra sale providing for more efficient management of wireless capacity in heavily-trafficked areas. DAS has the ability to provide enhanced, asthma more consistent wireless coverage to customers in indoor or outdoor spaces where geographical limitations – terrain, building construction, etc., – or crowd density might otherwise prevent the optimal wireless experience.
“We want our customers to have a great network experience wherever they are, no matter what they’re doing – whether that’s making a call, checking email, downloading apps or surfing the Internet,” said Dahna Hull, vice president and general manager, AT&T South Texas. “We’re committed to our investment in the local wireless network, and providing enhanced wireless coverage at the Circuit of The Americas is just one way that we’re investing in the Austin area.”
AT&T has invested nearly $575 million in its Austin-area wireless and wireline networks from 2010 to 2012.
The additional capacity is expected to help improve call reliability, boost data traffic capacity and enable more consistent network access so customers make the most of their AT&T devices.
“AT&T was Circuit of The Americas’ first sponsor – their technology is literally embedded in our facility – and that connection is creating a great customer experience for our fans,” said Circuit Chief Marketing and Revenue Officer Geoff Moore. “The mobile experience is a vital part of any major event, and we are thrilled at the investment AT&T has made to enhance the wireless network coverage at Circuit of The Americas.”