InSite Wireless Expands System at Moscone Center to Provide Seamless Coverage for MWC Americas 2017

With InSite Wireless’ DAS infrastructure, we can offer complete wireless coverage and a seamless solution across the entire convention complex.

The Moscone Center in San Francisco is hosting Mobile World Congress Americas on September 12-14, 2017, bringing together industry titans across North, Central and South America. The conference will deliver two days’ worth of educational sessions and debates around the latest innovations surrounding the “connected life”. And not coincidentally, Moscone Center is one of the most “connected” in the way of wireless infrastructure of any convention center in the United States.

Moscone Center was one of the first convention centers to install a neutral-host distributed antenna system (DAS) in 2001, guaranteeing that visitors would always have high quality wireless signals – no matter which provider they use – throughout the facility’s 1.7 million square feet of convention space. “When people from around the world participate in global conferences at Moscone Center, they expect a high-quality experience. With InSite Wireless’ DAS infrastructure, we can offer our visitors complete wireless coverage and a seamless solution across the entire convention complex,” says Bob Sauter, General Manager, Moscone Center.

Through continuous enhancements, the state-of-the-art system simultaneously accommodates traffic from the major wireless carriers, while serving the exploding wireless voice, data and video demands that are common at today’s high attendance, technology-rich trade shows and events. Insite Wireless Group, LLC CEO, David Weisman, adds, “Our latest expansion coincides with MWC Americas 2017, where we have added 200,000 square feet of cable and expanded wireless antenna deployment to allow seamless coverage between the North and South Halls.”


InSite Wireless Group, LLC develops, owns, operates and manages communications wireless infrastructure facilities primarily for the wireless and broadcast industries. InSite’s distributed antenna system (DAS) and small cell division has developed and currently operates more than 23 projects across the United States in convention centers, casinos, airports, sports stadiums and transit…

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