As part of its continuing network investment to support growing demand for advanced wireless devices and services, AT&T * has expanded its mobile Internet coverage at
A DAS installation consists of multiple strategically-placed antennas that distribute AT&T's wireless network coverage throughout
The new DAS installation is part of AT&T's Project Velocity IP (VIP), a three-year investment plan announced last fall to expand and enhance its IP broadband networks. Through this investment, AT&T is supporting its customers' growing desire for high-speed Internet access and new mobile, app and cloud-based services. As part of Project VIP, AT&T plans to add more than 1,000 DAS nationwide by year-end 2015, as well as more than 10,000 macro cell sites, and deploy more than 40,000 small cells, to increase the density of its wireless network.
"When our customers head out to the stadium to cheer on the home team, we want them to have a great network experience throughout the game no matter what they're doing -- whether that's making a call, checking email, downloading apps or surfing the Internet," said
DAS technology helps improve the mobile Internet experience by shortening the distance a request must travel. The additional capacity also is expected to help improve call reliability, boost data traffic capacity and enable more consistent network access to help customers make the most of their AT&T devices .
"Fans want to be able to immediately share those special moments during Razorback games with friends and family -- whether that's by sending a photo, a video, a text message, or making a call," said
These investments help to ensure that
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