Campus Cell Network
Campuses thrive on connectivity
University campuses, student housing facilities and college stadiums have complex connectivity requirements, and WIN understands them all. Our solutions aren’t just your average campus cell phone boosters. We combine top-of-the-line technologies with our 20 years of industry expertise to guarantee 100% ubiquitous coverage as students, faculty, staff and visitors move between buildings that range in size, age and signal penetrability. Our top priority is connectivity — ensuring safety, productivity and communication capabilities for your staff and students.
Wireless Infrastructure Options to Meet Your Needs
We’ll work with you to customize and integrate distributed antenna system (DAS), enterprise small cell and / or alternative Wi-Fi solutions for your unique campus. We’ll ensure that your entire campus cell network is secure and vendor- and carrier-neutral. Plus, we’ll take every measure to install safely and without disrupting students, faculty or staff.
Communication Solutions for Convenience and Safety
Through our network of strategic partners, we’ll help you implement cutting-edge technologies that allow staff and on-campus businesses to send personalized communications to students and faculty. Our reliable infrastructure ensures delivery of every message — from bookstore coupons to building maintenance updates and emergency alerts.
Monitoring and Maintenance for Solution Optimization
After installation, we’ll help you monitor and optimize your campus cell network to deliver 100% guaranteed ubiquitous coverage, even as your school grows and your needs evolve. Our best-practice advice will keep you ahead of the technology curve and help you avoid common pitfalls along the way.
Happy Parents say:“When my daughter was looking at colleges, cellular coverage was definitely a factor she considered. She chose a school where she knows she can make a call from anywhere on campus. It makes her feel safer and gives me peace of mind.”
Happy Building Owners say:“WIN had the best bid, the best contract, the best installation time frame and the least disruptive implementation plan out of all the proposals we received.”