ADC's PACE to embrace wireless

May 16, 2008 -- Program members now have support for ADC's expanded wireless portfolio.

May 16, 2008 -- ADC has added support for its wireless products to its Professional Architects, Consultants and Engineers (PACE) program. PACE Program members now have access to support and resources for the company's recently expanded wireless platform.

The company says the move significantly increases the support of PACE members serving current and prospective enterprise and service provider customers. Acting as field liaisons, ADC systems engineers will now provide direct technical assistance for deployment of the wireless products to contractors and designers in North America.

"Since expanding our wireless solutions portfolio with the acquisition of LGC Wireless last year, we have been anxious to deliver the additional support that simplifies and speeds deployments by our more than 1,400 PACE members," comments David Yanish, director of marketing programs at ADC.

The wireless platform combines LGC's in-building and ADC's outdoor lines of products. It is designed to provide coverage and capacity in places where carriers and enterprises may have difficulty delivering wireless voice and data services to customers.

"Adding wireless solutions to our PACE program also aligns with ADC's goal of making its wireless solutions the standard for delivering coverage and capacity in areas where macro wireless networks can't reach," concludes Yanish.

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