Not content to wait for wireless carriers to hook up their buildings, enterprises are increasingly provisioning their own buildings with wireless systems, according to Nick Marshall, research director at ABI Research.
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The in-building wireless equipment and deployment market is forecast by ABI to increase at a 14 percent compound annual growth rate, reaching over $8 billion in 2019, up from an expected $4.4 billion this year.
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Duke University's integrated wireless strategy is turning into a model for the enterprise. The University, which has one of the world's largest Wi-Fi deployments with more than 2,500 Cisco access