Featured Story

On “Nearly Unprecedented” M&A Run, AT&T Flirts with T-Mobile Acquisition

AT&T recently acquired television provider DirecTV for $49 billion, offered $85 billion for Time Warner and is floating the idea of buying out competitor T-Mobile—which would come at an estimated $70 billion price tag, reports 24/7 Wall Street.

AT&T attempted to buy T-Mobile in 2011, but the potentially $39 billion deal fell through. Buyout talks have been reignited due to Softbank, Sprint’s majority shareholders’ interest in a potential transaction with Deutsche Telekom, which is controlled by T-Mobile.

Read Full Story

Facebooktwittergoogle_pluslinkedinmail

    

Recent Stories

School District Generates Much-Needed Revenue Through Cell Tower Deals

Vital statistics: schools earn $30,000/yr

For one school district in southwest Florida, a cell tower lease agreement is providing a big boost to its financial outlook. Charlotte County Schools just broke ground on its first tower which will be located on the property of Lemon Bay High School in Englewood, reports WWBH-TV.

Schools within the district will make at least $30,000 a year on the agreement and revenues will increase by three percent each year.

Read Full Story

Facebooktwittergoogle_pluslinkedinmail


SBA Cites Telecom’ Act of ‘96 and Gets a Permit From City

Violation of the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996 forced one local municipality to approve a conditional use permit for a 90-foot tower on February 13. The permit was first requested by SBA Communications in 2015, but the Moorhead City Council rejected the application twice without a written response. Although evidence was submitted to the council proving the necessity of the tower, the council chose to reject approval and deny personal wireless services.

Read Full Story

Facebooktwittergoogle_pluslinkedinmail


CommScope Becomes Founding Partner of Infrastructure Masons

CommScope, a global leader in infrastructure solutions for communications networks, has been named the first Founding Partner of Infrastructure Masons, an organization created to bring together technical professionals involved in infrastructure services – from end users to consultants to vendors. 

Infrastructure Masons was established to provide network infrastructure executives and technical professionals an independent forum to connect, grow and give back. Founded by Dean Nelson, a long time infrastructure executive and industry contributor, the organization will focus its combined experience and expertise to advance the industry, develop fellow masons, and empower business and personal use of the infrastructure to better the economy, the environment, and society.  

Read Full Story

Facebooktwittergoogle_pluslinkedinmail


JMA Wireless/DAS Deployment on a Signature Building in Copenhagen

At Axel Towers each JMA Wireless high-power remote unit supports multiple bands over a single optical fiber.

Axeltorv Square, located in the center of Copenhagen, has changed. The old Scala building has been replaced with a five-tower structure known as Axel Towers. This copper-clad, multi-purpose building is home to well-appointed, modern offices on the upper floors while the first two levels offer distinctive dining and shopping options.

Read Full Story

Facebooktwittergoogle_pluslinkedinmail


Tue, February 21, 2017
    

Recent Posts

Complimentary Trial Sign Up