ADC Wires Macau

The vendor gets selected for in-building wiring for Macau's City of Dreams

September 2, 2008

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MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. -- ADC (NASDAQ: ADCT; today announced that City of Dreams, an integrated urban entertainment resort in Macau’s Cotai, developed by leading Nasdaq-listed entertainment company, Melco Crown Entertainment Limited (ticker “MPEL”), has selected its InterReach® Unison and InterReach Fusion® distributed antenna systems to deliver high-performance mobile wireless coverage throughout the resort’s casino and hotels. Mobile operators committed to providing service through the new DAS include Smartone, CTM, Hutchison and China Unicom.

The massive InterReach systems in City of Dreams will include 47 Main Hubs, 167 Expansion Hubs, and approximately 1200 remote access units. The system will enable discrete services for the facility’s staff, police, and guests.

“With a customer list that includes such world-class resorts as major Las Vegas hotels and the seven-star Burj al Arab hotel in Dubai, ADC has a strong international track record of delivering high-performance in-building wireless systems for hospitality and gaming venues,” said John Spindler, vice president of product management at ADC. “By winning new, premier customers such as City of Dreams, we continue to demonstrate our leadership in providing powerful, flexible, and cost-effective in-building wireless systems for the hospitality industry.”

The in-building wireless coverage system complements ADC’s recent deployment of a complete structured cabling solution for data, video and voice communications in City of Dreams. For this large-scale enterprise project, ADC supplied TruNet® Category 6 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) for the horizontal cabling, OM3 fiber for riser backbone and single mode fiber for campus cabling in the casino and hotels.

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