iGR, Connected Real Estate Magazine to host webinar to help CRE owners monetize small cells

iGR Research and Connected Real Estate Magazine will present the webinar, “Commercial Building Owners: How to Monetize Small Cells and 5G” on  Thursday,  August 16, 2018  from 10 a.m. until  11 a.m. EDT.  The webinar will provide a guide on how commercial building owners can meet the market demand for mobile capacity and leverage their physical assets to attract digital tenants like small cells, Internet of Things (IoT) and more.  This is the perfect event for stakeholders in the connected real estate sector to attend in order to understand how to better position their buildings to monetize the coming wave of small cell deployments.

Iain Gillott of IGR Research will moderate the webinar, which will also feature Teleworld Solutions CEO Shervin Gerami as a speaker.

This instructional webinar comes at the ideal time as the wireless industry is deploying small cells to meet the increased demand for mobile coverage and data capacity—especially inside buildings. The deployment has been slow, not because of technology, but because it’s been a challenge locating and negotiating suitable locations.

Small cells have to be put on a pole, street light, the side of a building or some other structure that are near mobile users. This placement takes planning, permission, zoning and permitting, which all take time to accomplish.

This is why commercial buildings are so attractive to mobile network operators and their site acquisition partners for small cell siting. Outdoor small cells are perfect for roof, side of the building placement. Plus, building owners are becoming more receptive to digital tenants and want to turn their physical locations into digital revenue streams.

To learn how to turn your building into a revenue stream and more, register for the webinar today.

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