DASpedia Partners with DAS Congress; Establishes Media Presence at DAS & Small Cells Congress June 2015

May 18, 2015

Camarillo, CA – Southern CA company DASpedia has partnered with DAS Congress to establish a media presence at the June 2015 DAS & Small Cells Congress. The partnership allows DASpedia to increase market exposure and provides a platform to introduce its services to even more of the DAS & Small Cell community.

“We’re very excited about this new relationship and opportunity to work with the experts at DAS Congress. They’ve made a huge impact in the wireless industry in the 8 years they’ve been around,” says DASpedia Managing Director, Soyola Baasan. “As a leading industry knowledge base and hub, we’re confident DASpedia will be a unique and valuable addition to the June Congress.”


About DASpedia is a comprehensive portal for the DAS and Small Cell industries. The website launched in the summer of 2014 with a knowledge base written in laymen’s terms and news and events pages. DASpedia’s services include professional and company directories, technical documents and a database of job opportunities. For more information, please visit


About DAS Congress – June 2015

The ever-increasing coverage and capacity demands of mobile services, keep DAS (distributed antenna systems) and small cells at the forefront of network planning and strategy for carriers, building owners and enterprise.

Keeping pace with this dynamic market is the DAS & Small Cells Congress. Now in its 8th year, this is the must-attend event for industry. It provides essential, in-depth coverage of burgeoning opportunities; invaluable education, networking and market awareness.

Over the course of three days, the agenda identifies specific areas of growth and opportunity, highlights the latest technology advancements, and addresses in-building and outdoor deployment challenges.

Thought-leaders from the most important companies attend the DAS & Small Cells Congress in recognition that is where they need to be to advance their business and the industry.



John Hayes, Chief Editor