The 53-foot-long trailer featuring ADC products and services began its tour in the southwestern United States in October 2009 and traveled across North America through October 2010, stopping at more than 125 customer locations and industry events along the way.
The Mobile Solutions Rolling Thunder Center made its first trade show stop at the 2010 BICSI Conference at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort in Orlando. The mobile exhibit featured five application areas: FTTP business and residential, enterprise wired and wireless, cell site connectivity, central office/headend and professional services.
“For more than 10 years, ADC’s mobile exhibits have brought the company’s technologies and products to its customers’ doorsteps,” says Jon Secrest, vice president of global marketing for ADC, adding that the newly-designed and expanded Mobile Solutions Center offers a 'hands-on' approach for service providers, consultants and others to 'learn more about our latest offerings and get their specific questions answered by one of our experts.”
The Mobile Solutions Center’s open design displays products in specific application environments throughout the trailer beginning with a central office at the core and moving to the outside plant and cell site areas.
The Center also features a fold-down stage to accommodate larger groups, an online reservations center and the latest in interactive electronics.
In November, 2009, TMC had the news that Minneapolis-based ADC announced its Unity Performance Manager, a centralized network management system that provides a single management interface for ADC's entire distributed antenna system portfolio, which includes the InterReachUnison, InterReach Fusion and FlexWave Prism systems.
UPM greatly simplifies and reduces the cost of DAS management by providing remote monitoring, control and alarm reporting of from one to hundreds of individual ADC DAS systems -- regardless of their physical locations -- through a single console.
Explore some of the product photos in the gallery to the right.