ExteNet discreetly placed antennas inside the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, which provide indoor cellular connectivity.

Imagine trying to squeeze 25,000 people through a door all at once.  Problems will occur.

That’s exactly what happens when you have a large amount of people trying to access cell phone data at once — smartphones stop working, cellular carrier’s antennas become overwhelmed and venue goers lose their coveted ability to take video or ...


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