Canada on Brink of a Wireless Future
The build-out of wireless networks has taken the whole world by storm in just a few short years.
With each new mobile device – from iPhones to tablets and now wearables – we’ve seen huge amounts of data coming through our telecommunication infrastructure, testing the limits of the cellular towers over our highways, the distributed antenna systems (DAS) in our sports arenas and the small cells hidden throughout our workplaces and homes.
Canada in particular has experienced a great strain on its networks from the proliferation of data-sucking devices, and great strains require even greater solutions.
“Canada is at a unique tipping point in its telecom infrastructure,” said Kunal Hinduja, founder, president and CEO of ARQ, a leading wireless solutions company that designs, deploys and manages mobile wireless networks around the world.
Kunal has come to the Canadian Wireless Conference to share his expertise and experience in building some of the most sophisticated and efficient systems in the world, including the Staples Center in Los Angeles and the Silicon Valley campuses of Facebook, eBay and Yahoo! With offices around the U.S., Mexico, India, the Middle East and soon Canada, the California-based ARQ comes to Toronto at a critical time for the growing industry.
“The Canadian Wireless Conference is always a great opportunity for industry leaders to get together, build relationships and exchange ideas. With carriers such as Bell Mobility, Rogers and TELUS doing a fantastic job bringing service to millions of Canadians, it’s helpful for us engineers to have a place to touch base each year,” Hinduja said. “This year in Toronto, there’s a wonderful program underway, and ARQ is excited to be a big part of it.”
ARQ specializes in turnkey wireless solutions. Its team of engineers and electricians stand out in the field by building full top-to-bottom systems without requiring subcontractors. This one-stop shopping option has been a valuable asset for building owners and operators who are looking to outfit their venues with state-of-the-art wireless networks.