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EMPIRE STATE BUILDING CASE STUDY SUMMARY

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EXTENET SYSTEMS, TONY EIGEN
AGL Conference, Denver
AUG. 5, 2015
Project Scope and Highlights
Basic requirements for cellular coverage
Provide 4G-LTE voice and data coverage for all 102 floors, including the observatory, office space, retail space and the underground wind tunnel
Coverage area is 90% of leasable space inclusive of elevators and stair wells
Radio/TV Broadcast floors - coverage in corridor only
Robust distributed network that supports multi-carrier on day 1
Network operated by ExteNet
ESB provides own Wi-Fi network

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EMPIRE STATE BUILDING CASE STUDY SUMMARY

  1. 1. 1© 2015 EXTENET SYSTEMS, INC. CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY© 2015 EXTENET SYSTEMS, INC. CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY EMPIRE STATE BUILDING CASE STUDY SUMMARY EXTENET SYSTEMS TONY EIGEN AUGUST 5, 2015
  2. 2. 2© 2015 EXTENET SYSTEMS, INC. CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY EXTENET SYSTEMS - FAST FACTS OUTDOOR NETWORKS Experience and Expertise – Design, Build, Operate, and Own. DAS and Small Cell networks have been deployed by ExteNet since 2005 as part of the Solution Network Architecture ~100 Million square feet of Operational Indoor Distributed Networks in major MSAs like New York City, Chicago, Las Vegas, Boston and Miami >60 Operational Outdoor Distributed Networks in major MSAs like New York City, Chicago, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Boston Proven Track Record - Successful deployments and activities with REITS and organizations like Empire State Building, Fairmont Hotels, Barclays Center, Banner Healthcare All US National Wireless Carriers are Satisfied Customers on our Networks INDOOR NETWORKS
  3. 3. 3© 2015 EXTENET SYSTEMS, INC. CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY EMPIRE STATE BUILDING – FAST FACTS  102 floor structure covering ~ 2.8M square feet in Mid-town Manhattan  Building has its own zip code  NYC and US historic landmark  Opened in 1931  Ranked #1 on America’s Favorite Architecture List  Owned by Empire State Realty Trust  REIT owners of 8 other properties in Manhattan  2010 - $550M+ renovation began and continues today  At end of 2014 ~ 86% space is leased  Tenants include: FDIC, LinkedIn, Global Brands Group  “TAMI” Tenants sought after by venue and carriers  Technology – Advertising – Media - IT  Total number of visitors each year >4M
  4. 4. 4© 2015 EXTENET SYSTEMS, INC. CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY PROJECT SCOPE AND HIGHLIGHTS  Basic requirements for cellular coverage  Provide 4G-LTE voice and data coverage for all 102 floors, including the observatory, office space, retail space and the underground wind tunnel  Coverage area is 90% of leasable space inclusive of elevators and stair wells  Radio/TV Broadcast floors - coverage in corridor only  Robust distributed network that supports multi-carrier on day 1  Network operated by ExteNet  ESB provides own Wi-Fi network
  5. 5. 5© 2015 EXTENET SYSTEMS, INC. CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY  Network infrastructure summary  Equipment Head End Room – 1,000 sq ft on Concourse Level  DAS-based Solution  6 sectors  41- 5 watt nodes powered from Head End  763 antennas  90,000 linear feet (~17+ miles) of coax cabling  25,000 linear feet (~5 miles) fiber cabling  Other Peripherals  Cooling - 20 ton cooling capacity, 2 x 10 ton lead lag units installed along with 20 ton cooling tower installed above the loading dock  Power - 600A 208V electric service with ATS for future generator connection  Fire suppression FM200 primary with back up  Solution design - forward thinking ~ 20% “buffer” built in  Operated and Owned by ExteNet TURNKEY SOLUTION OVERVIEW
  6. 6. 6© 2015 EXTENET SYSTEMS, INC. CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES  Obtaining the multiple necessary building approvals  Ownership - ESRT requirements  Carriers’ design/requirements (anchor vs. add-ons) (signal levels required)  Head End location changes  Generator / Cooling components location  All Tenant approvals 190 tenants!  National historic landmark approval  Design changes due to the changing outdoor macro environment and carrier requirements  Four design changes after construction began  Scheduling  Tenant/building coordination  Observatory operations
  7. 7. 7© 2015 EXTENET SYSTEMS, INC. CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY IMPLEMENTATION CHALLENGES CONT’D  Enterprise tenant coordination  Acceptable work hours differ for each tenant – 190 tenants!  Tenant-specific finishes  Different aesthetic finishes for each suite  Restoring suite to original condition at the end of each shift  General building requirements  Work areas and respective work hours  Security/escorts/access to various spaces (tenant/building)
  8. 8. 8© 2015 EXTENET SYSTEMS, INC. CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY CARRIER STATUS Operational February 2015 • LTE 2100 MHz, …. Operational October 2014 • LTE 1800 MHz, VoLTE... Under Planning Review Under Planning Review
  9. 9. 9© 2015 EXTENET SYSTEMS, INC. CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY SUMMARY – LESSONS LEARNED  Process for engaging large and complex CRE customers – duplicate solution models across venues  ExteNet shows its value  Increasing Priority for Carriers  Design holistic solution for long term  Multicarrier & growth  Negotiate baseline for outside macro levels with carriers  Managing large number of disparate enterprise tenants  Understanding impact of existing construction status  Plan to coordinate renovations prior to construction  Develop three week look ahead with contingency plan  Constant Communications before, during, and after…many moving parts
  10. 10. 10© 2015 EXTENET SYSTEMS, INC. CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY

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