Challenges (and Solutions) with In-Building/DAS systems.

Challenges (and Solutions) with In-Building/DAS systems for Public Safety Communications As 5G continues to roll out across the nation, there’s a unique opportunity for a myriad of stakeholders to implement in-building/cellular distributed antenna systems (DAS), especially related to public safety communications. Networks like FirstNet are already bringing robust, reliable, real-time communication to first responders across [...]

Capital Telecom Services named to Inc. 5000, 2020 list of 5,000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America

Capital Telecom Services named to Inc. 5000, 2020 list of 5,000 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America Industry Telecommunications Location Sterling, Virginia Leadership Kevin Turrisi Year Founded 2016 Company Size 11-50 employees Inc. 5000 Rankings No. 189 (2020) Website Reference:

Kevin Turrisi Celebrated for Excellence in the Telecommunication Industry

Mr. Turrisi’s company has been recognized among the fastest-growing of the year STERLING, VA, October 1, 2020, Kevin Turrisi has been included in Marquis Who’s Who. As in all Marquis Who’s Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in […]

How to assess a structured cabling specialist (and why you need one)

Integrators may find themselves with a project that requires a structured cabling system but don’t have staff experienced with the design, installation, or testing of the systems. Or building owners and operators are looking to upgrade their building’s IT infrastructure and aren’t sure where to start. A structured cabling system is a smart IT investment. […]

Is your in-building Public Safety Communications compliant?

Failing to comply with any building code means you won’t get your Certificate of
Occupancy (CO). And a delayed CO costs you time and building revenue. But if the error is related to Public Safety
communications, the costs could be even higher than delayed rents.When it comes to life-safety, code officials
do not negotiate. If your building hasn’t been designed with the newest code compliance in mind, you could be looking at expensive renovations to equipment rooms and utility chases. And cutting into freshly finished walls for wireless access points and antennas.

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