Crowne Plaza Atlanta – Midtown Taps JMA Wireless to Power In-Building Cellular Coverage

JMA Wireless Logo

JMA Wireless, a global enabler of wireless communications solutions, was selected by HALO by Mobile RF, a national provider of turnkey wireless real estate sector solutions, for the deployment of an in-building wireless network at the Crowne Plaza Atlanta – Midtown.

The multi-carrier, multi-band TEKO™ DAS (distributed antenna system) from JMA Wireless will enable powerful mobile communications throughout the 500,000 square feet facility, which is particularly critical as the hotel readies itself for the thousands of fans who will converge on Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII on February 3, 2019.

“It’s extremely rewarding to see this high-profile hospitality venue come together,” said Tony Schaffer, Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer at HALO by Mobile RF. “We have three national carriers participating on this high capacity 4G/LTE DAS to deliver the best mobile experience to the Crowne Plaza Hotel and their guests in time for the Super Bowl in Atlanta.”

The JMA TEKO DAS will provide in-building cellular coverage and capacity with two sectors, supporting three mobile operators, and the 700, 850, 1900, 2100, 2300, and 2500 bands. In addition, this future-proof platform is prepared to offer coverage for 5G as commercial deployments roll out in 2019.

“Our recent hotel updates have all been made with our guests in mind,” declared Antonio Jones, General Manager at the Crowne Plaza Atlanta – Midtown. “The HALO team in conjunction with JMA Wireless will enhance our guests’ experience further with the deployment of the TEKO DAS, which will deliver seamless mobile connectivity throughout our facility.”

“We are thrilled that HALO selected our TEKO DAS platform for this project,” stated Todd Landry, Corporate Vice President of Product and Market Strategy at JMA Wireless. “Together, our teams bring unprecedented expertise in the hospitality market, ensuring the Crowne Plaza will provide the best in wireless coverage for its guests during the Super Bowl and beyond.”