Trade Show Internet specializes in building custom IT infrastructure solutions at outdoor events and unique venues all across the U.S. We deploy networks in parks, parking lots, tents, stadiums, airport hangars, warehouses, movie theaters, restaurants, nightclubs, and museums. We also work with customers looking for a higher quality solution at traditional hotels and convention centers vs. the one-size-fits-all typical offering.
We are well versed in both the event world and the IT world. Our firsthand knowledge and expertise will guide you through the minefield of rapidly changing technology, help to recommend new technologies that align with your objectives, and satisfy your diverse event IT requirements.
Since 2008, we’ve deployed networks at thousands of events. Trade Show Internet is an industry leader and our infrastructure solutions are managed and monitored on-site by our team of network engineers.
We have enterprise-class core routers/firewalls, switches, WiFi access points, outdoor wireless bridges, cable spools, cable ramps, power distribution equipment, tripods, and shipping cases ready to deploy at a moment’s notice. We also have several nationwide partners, should we need extra gear to supplement a project.
Your Trade Show Internet project manager will act as a single point of contact, translating your goals into a successful event network deployment.
Trade Show Internet installs event networks with just a few days’ notice in over 60 U.S. metropolitan markets. Whether your event takes place in New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Seattle, or somewhere in between, you’ll receive the same professional service, guaranteed speeds, and local support you’ve come to rely upon with Trade Show Internet.
We require venue permission to install our network infrastructure and WiFi gear. Most venue managers are cooperative and simply require our Certificate of Insurance, which is available upon request.
However, if your event takes place in a hotel or convention center, you must negotiate the ability to bring in your own AV and Internet/WiFi vendors before you sign a venue lease agreement. Should the venue require the in-house AV provider be allowed to bid, we recommend you request separate AV and Internet bids. This way there is no pricing penalty for selecting one service but not the other. To further reduce costs, you should request a list of all associated venue fees in advance. Many of these fees are negotiable. If a rate list cannot be provided up-front, you should require the venue waive all associated fees, including electrical, MDF/IDF closet access, fiber cross-connect, copper cross-connect, port access, patch panel, Ethernet drop, roof access, gear storage, drayage, and labor supervision.
Contact us today for a no-obligation quote.