Broadband in the 5G Era: Why Multifamily Housing Properties are Adopting Communitywide Networks

Communitywide bulk networks can attract and retain new residents by providing instant-on, wall-to-wall coverage, and can provide cost savings, improved security,
and a range of other benefits to property owners.

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Reimagine Delivery of Gigabit Services in the MDU or MTU

Internet providers and building owners that want to offer gigabit services should investigate G.hn technology and reuse the existing copper wiring or coax cabling.

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Multifamily Renters Expect Smart Technologies

Smart technologies have become must-have amenities for renters and an effective way for property owners and management companies to achieve operational savings.

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Journal Squared: Case Study of an Intelligent Building

Residents of this new luxury high-rise in Jersey City appreciate the high-speed internet access and other technological amenities that fiber broadband enables. Behind the scenes, an intelligent building platform makes the building operate smoothly and efficiently.

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Seattle Launches B4B-Build for Broadband MDU Initiative

Among other goals, the city’s new initiative aims to promote creating capacity for competitive service options and provide trusted resources for local MDU owners, developers and managers.

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Broadband Technology and Connectivity Take Center Stage at The NMHC 2019 OPTECH Show

As renters continue to acquire more connected devices, it’s clear that the role of network connectivity is changing the dynamics of the multifamily housing industry. New trends will be highlighted at the NMHC OPTECH Conference & Exposition this November.

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Q&A With Mike Coco, Choice Property Resources: Providing the Whole Broadband Experience

Even in a gigabit world, it takes more than great internet speed to keep MDU residents happy.

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A Boon for Network Deployers: MDU Construction Reaches New Heights

Private construction of multiple-dwelling-unit apartments is hitting a new record this year, with about 424,000 units expected.

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Lumos Finds Success in MDU Strategy Inside and Outside Its ILEC Footprint

Before building out new properties, the telco secures commitments from developers and homeowners associations.

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Small North Carolina Community Launches Network on Its Own Terms

After considering several ISPs, Cullasaja found the right partner to deliver high-speed, reliable internet.

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Editor's Note: MDU Knowns and Unknowns

Residents’ need for speed, their demand for video service and their interest in other technology amenities may vary from market to market, but the MDU world still has its eternal verities.

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FTTH Is Central to a Smart, Responsive Planned Community: Pecan Square in Northlake, Texas

Pecan Square, a housing development in Northlake, Texas, is working with Frontier to provide 500 Mbps and 1 Gbps speeds to support an array of streaming and Amazon home service applications. Our thanks to Rachel McGallian of Frontier and Andrew Pieper at Hillwood Communities for help completing this profile.

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Healthy Competition Is The Way to Go

Independents set stake in the growing MDU broadband market by focusing on providing good customer service and doing things the right way. Their approach benefits property owners and residents alike.

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Think Nationally, Act Locally

A successful MDU broadband business needs to offer good customer service and establish a local presence to understand the unique needs of each community it serves.

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Smart Communities Offer Convenience and Affordability for All

Though there are still challenges to implementation, smart technology – from thermostats to lighting – stands to benefit everyone.

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CenturyLink Refreshes MDU Broadband Focus

Telco sets new MDU fiber consumer goals as questions about its ILEC future loom.

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Are You Smarter Than an AOL User

To meet customer expectations, multifamily broadband providers must be able to troubleshoot a variety of problems that may be unrelated to broadband.

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Luxury Residents ‘Blanketed’ in Wi-Fi, IoT Apps: Ten Thousand, Beverly Hills, California

By blanketing its Ten Thousand property with Wi-Fi,  Crescent Heights is easing how its Beverly Hills residents interact with technology. Our thanks to Diego Salas, CTO of Bel Air Internet and Brian Locks of Crescent Heights for helping gather information for this profile.

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Student Housing Technology: Predictions Versus Reality

A technology seer re-examines some bold predictions he and his team made in 2012. The verdict: not bad at all.

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Community Connectivity Is Threatened

Proponents bill it as a win for apartment residents and owners, but apartment owners say the recently enacted San Francisco MDU ordinance ultimately creates more hurdles for delivering high-quality connectivity.

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