ExteNet Systems Unveils New Outdoor Distribution Network for Circuit of The Americas

November 13, 2012

ExteNet Systems, vcialis 40mg Inc., buy cialis  a leader and innovator in the implementation and operation of distributed networks, today announced the completion of a new outdoor distributed network at the Circuit of The Americas , the new purpose-built Grand Prix racing and multi-purpose entertainment facility located in Austin, Texas.

The extensive outdoor distributed antenna system (DAS) was designed around the state-of-the-art 3.4-mile circuit, which will host approximately 240,000 fans over its three-day opening event, the 2012 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix, Nov.16-18.

Ross W. Manire, President and CEO of ExteNet Systems stated, “We are pleased to be a part of this exciting and unique venue. We are confident that Circuit of The Americas (COTA) guests will thoroughly appreciate the enhanced event experience on their mobile devices made possible by our distributed network.”

“Our world-class facility is designed for any class of racing from motor power to human power, as well as a variety of entertainment and business events,” Circuit President Steve Sexton explained. “ExteNet Systems will help us provide advanced wireless services for the cellular providers throughout our venue, while creatively maintaining the aesthetics we sought to achieve.”

“ExteNet’s distributed network at COTA utilizes advanced network elements interconnected by fiber optics which are strategically and unobtrusively located throughout the venue to deliver high performance 4G services for the cellular providers,” said Ron Fangio, ExteNet Systems Executive Director of Business Development.