RAN Wireless: Gateway to Next-Gen Network Connectivity

Faisal Khan, CEO, RAN WirelessFaisal Khan, CEO
As the requirement for fast mobile data connectivity has increased by leaps and bounds in tandem with groundbreaking technologies, the networking spectrum driving the enterprise space is struggling. With more connected devices than ever before, building owners, managers, and architects are increasingly recognizing the value of in-building wireless solutions to provide that reliable, efficient, and revenue-generating enterprise connectivity. They are simpler, more affordable, and offer an enhanced networking performance. But among a variety of IBW solutions on the rise, Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networking infrastructure--aiming at a high data rate, low latency, and packet optimized radio access technology supporting flexible bandwidth deployments—have emerged as the most in-demand solution of them all. And typically, when it comes to IBW, the technologies being primarily considered will be either distributed antenna systems (DAS) or small cells. And this is where RAN Wireless steps into the picture, delivering the very best of DAS and small cell solutions and thereby advocating next-gen connectivity. “With our advanced and easy-to-deploy suite of solutions, we aim to be an all-round engineering services company commissioning, integrating, and designing products for the next-generation telecom infrastructure,” states Faisal Khan, CEO of RAN Wireless.

Redefining the IBW Landscape

As a pure engineering services company, RAN Wireless offers top-notch DAS and small cell solutions to meet the dynamic needs of the telecom industry. Through its in-building DAS solutions, the company is bringing clear outdoor cellular signals to every kind of venue, including airports, malls, sports arenas, casinos, hospitals, and convention centers. By dramatically improving the coverage for texting, voice, and data services, RAN Wireless’ in-building DAS solutions ensure a seamless connectivity—all within affordable price ranges. Another noteworthy feature of their solutions is that all their DAS solutions are designed and built to handle future upgrades or expansions without impacting or impairing existing services. The DAS solutions include accommodations for all the wireless carriers’ network services, including the latest 5G, LTE, WiMAX, and MIMO requirements.
Alongside, the company’s small cell deployment is aided by superior design and implementation that achieves the highest quality. Besides exponentially increasing cell capacity, RAN Wireless’ small cell solutions are smaller and quicker to deploy, built with an all-outdoor design, thereby eliminating the need for enclosures, air-conditioning units, and other costly requirements.

As a company known for its unconventional business approaches, RAN Wireless always thinks out of the box and goes beyond the boundary of any middle-of-the-road engineering service provider to satisfy their client. For instance, many engineering services companies turn down a project based on its complexities. But RAN Wireless is not one to tread the same path. “Regardless of the project’s size and scale, RAN Wireless always conducts an in-depth recce of the venue and outlines the budget,” adds Khan. And only after finalizing the budget for the venue, the company decides the kind of solution they are willing to implement for the particular client.

The Special Strokes

One of the company’s prime differentiating factors is its expansive team of 90 designers, which no other engineering service provider can claim. On that note, RAN Wireless has a dedicated design center where design engineers work in shifts, hence engendering around-the-clock productivity for each of their DAS or small cell solutions. Furthermore, the scale at which the company operates globally for various networking solutions is also one of the factors that sets them apart from its competitors. As the RAN Wireless team has carried out multiple projects across several countries, they are always abreast of all the latest industry developments that enhance their skills and provides them a competitive edge.

Apart from offering next-gen DAS and small cell solutions, Faisal wants to leverage his decades of expertized knowledge to help his customers in a different way. “It is because of this reason that we have delved into the talent acquisition space—enabling RAN Wireless to make some meaningful contributions to the industry,” remarks Khan. RAN Wireless is always there to offer value-added talent acquisition services to their clients in order to help them augment the productivity of their workforce.

Building on the pillars of in-depth expertise, proven reliability, and commitment to outstanding services, RAN Wireless has added a list of prestigious clients to its portfolio. They include telecom giants like Corning, Nokia, and Ericsson, with the list growing with each passing day. Backed by this esteemed reputation, RAN Wireless is all set for the future as the company is presently building teams in other engineering services like benchmark testing and RF survey. But while they are moving ahead with their future plans, RAN Wireless will continue to meet and exceed each client’s specific objectives in a cost-effective and timely manner as ever.
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RAN Wireless

Company
RAN Wireless

Headquarters
Frisco, TX

Management
Faisal Khan, CEO

Description
As a pure engineering services company, RAN Wireless offers top-notch DAS and small cell solutions to meet the dynamic needs of the telecom industry. Through its in-building DAS solutions, the company is bringing clear outdoor cellular signals to every kind of venue, including airports, malls, sports arenas, casinos, hospitals, and convention centers—all within affordable price ranges. Besides, all their DAS solutions are designed and built to handle future upgrades or expansions without impacting or impairing existing services. The DAS solutions include accommodations for all the wireless carriers’ network services, including the latest 5G, LTE, WiMAX, and MIMO requirements