Fifth Gen Media has released the latest edition of its flagship publication, Connected Real Estate Magazine. Subscribers can expect to see the fall issue in their mailboxes on or around October 10th, and a digital version is now available at magazine.connectedremag.com
The highly anticipated issue of Connected comprises articles written by Fifth Gen Media’s staff as well as industry experts that cover numerous hot topics in wireless such as fiber, 5G, Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS), public safety, smart buildings and more. The magazine’s third issue of 2019 will continue the publication’s longstanding mission of educating commercial real estate professionals about connectivity and property technology as it pertains to their properties and the industry.
The latest edition will feature a “View from the Top” piece by Motorola Solutions Corporate Vice President John Zidar on why CBRS will be the gold standard for building managers.
Other magazine highlights include a “Meeting of the Minds” conversation between ExteNet CEO Jim Hyde and Berliner as they discuss the in-building landscape. Additional features include T-Mobile breaking down the hype versus reality surrounding 5G and 5×5 Telecom CEO Marc Gittleman sharing his thoughts on how CRE owners can increase their properties’ value with in-building wireless and telecom solutions.
“Connected Real Estate Magazine has become a de Facto encyclopedia for landlords, tenants and others in Commercial real estate to find information about all things ‘Connected,’ Fifth Gen Media CEO and Connected Real Estate Magazine Publisher Rich Berliner said. “We hope that CRE leaders will use this magazine and our previous editions to research and understand how they can use connectivity to further their proptech ambitions.”
To view the digital version of Connected Real Estate Magazine online, visit magazine.connectedremag.com
As Fifth Gen Media releases this informative issue, the team is already starting to work on the next book, and sales are open. To advertise in Connected or subscribe to the publication, call 973-244-5868 or click here.