With IoT solutions coupled with small cells, DAS and private/edge networks, building owners can achieve strong signal penetration and integrity in remote areas of the building with higher bandwidth connections. They can overcome latency problems with emerging 5G specifications and support consumer, commercial, and industrial IoT devices from a single network. They can eliminate high data transmission costs and carrier’s device certification requirements. Most importantly, these private IoT networks provide the integrated platform required to facilitate the development of new applications to enhance the user’s Quality of Experience (QoE) and to build the Smart Building.
Harry Smeenk has over 30 years of industry experience in wireline, wireless and IP network design, development, deployment and integration. He has led product development, business development, engineering, installation, and field service organizations across the country working in start-up and medium-size wireless construction and deployment companies, as well as larger corporations such as Nortel Networks, Goodman Networks and others. He has provided IoT and next-generation networking and wireless consulting expertise to numerous companies, started and sold 3 wireless construction and maintenance companies, and has held various executive-level leadership positions across the information and communications technology industry. Harry earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of North Carolina (UNC) – Chapel Hill, NC He earned his Bachelor of Science (BS) in Business Management from St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY.
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