Series Column: What Type of Wireless Network Do You Need? | Connected Real Estate Magazine

Connected Real Estate Magazine‘s second issue is out, and V-COMM made its second appearance!

You can read President Dominic Villecco’s newest article on in-building wireless fundamentals and DAS deployment on pages 63-64 by clicking here, or downloading it from the link below (available soon). Let us know if you’re enjoying our column so far!

PDF format coming soon…

Click here to read our article in CRE Mag’s debut issue (PDF).

FierceWireless Article Highlights Transit’s Success, Mentions V-COMM

Fierce Article Snapshot

FierceWireless Editor Monica Alleven’s article Transit Wireless will be ready to accommodate 600 MHz, FirstNet in New York City subway system highlights Transit’s successful implementation of Wi-Fi coverage and emergency communications in the New York City subway system, to say the least. V-COMM has been a proud supporter of Transit’s work for the past few years, and has helped Transit on this project by providing expert testing services in the tunnels.

Click here to read the article and learn more about Transit’s accomplished work in the New York City subways.

Series Column: In-Building Wireless Fundamentals | Connected Real Estate Magazine

We’re excited to announce V-COMM’s involvement in Connected Real Estate Magazine‘s debut issue, published today! You can read President Dominic Villecco’s four-page article on in-building wireless fundamentals and the generations of wireless on pages 33-36 by clicking the link below. Send us your feedback and let us know what you think!

In-Building Wireless Fundamentals, by Dominic Villecco | Connected Real Estate Magazine (PDF)

V-COMM President Receives NG911 Awareness Award

Washington, D.C. (February 28, 2017)—V-COMM President Dominic Villecco received this year’s NG911 Awareness award at NG9-1-1 Institute’s 14th annual 911 Honor Awards Reception in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, February 28.

Mr. Villecco received the award on behalf of the New Jersey Wireless Association (NJWA) and his efforts to raise awareness of 911 fee diversion in the State of New Jersey while serving as the association’s Vice President of the Board of Trustees and Chair of the Public Safety Committee.

“It is an honor to receive this award because it means more people are starting to take notice of what we have been working to accomplish,” said Mr. Villecco. “Members of NJWA and I have been pushing for real change for a long time, and each day we get a little closer to that goal.”

“Dominic has been a great asset to our association for many years, and his committee has been successful in generating awareness in the media and with key stakeholders for the diversion of 911 funds in the State,” said Rob Ivanoff, President of the Board of Trustees for NJWA. “It has been a long fight and we are proud to have Dominic as a champion on the side of improving 911 technology and service in New Jersey.”

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