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Join Andrew Conway at the Cambridge Wireless Small Cell SIG event

Railway tunnels and cuttings, underground railways, mines, oil rigs, lampposts, bus stops and stadiums. Small cells, and their more venerable cousin the DAS (Distributed Antenna System), are cropping up in all sorts of tricky-to-serve locations. They bring high quality public and private mobile service to places which really matter to their occupants, but which don’t […]

Mission-driven to deploy connectivity infrastructure

There are approximately 225 major military bases across the United States. For over seven years, at Signal Point, we have been deploying connectivity infrastructure on many of them, forging unique relationships on U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) military bases and with certain private ground leaseholders who provide housing for troops. With Mobilitie’s backing, we have […]

Private Networks must be demystified for UK businesses to reap the rewards

From healthcare to hospitality, wind farms to warehouses, education to manufacturing, private networks are delivering the fast, secure, and efficient connectivity that organisations need. In practice, private networks in their various guises have been around for several years. The difference now is that, enabled by advances in technology, they offer much richer experiences. While technology […]

ORAN and Industry 4.0 to Drive Demand for 5G Neutral Host Networking

Tara Neal, Executive Editor of The Fast Mode recently spoke to Andrew McGrath, Group Chief Commercial Officer at BAI Communications, a leading shared communications infrastructure provider, on the company’s growth and acquisition plans as well as some of the company’s latest deployments in the shared infrastructure space. Andrew discusses how the demand for 5G neutral […]

The smart approach to smart lighting

Citywide lighting infrastructure gives cities and mobile network operators (MNOs) a wealth of opportunities to improve urban connectivity and build smarter communities. To seize these opportunities, it takes clear vision, good planning, and the right partnership approach. Connectivity is critical to virtually every aspect of life and business today. However, most cities’ telecommunications infrastructure isn’t […]

Why connectivity is key to levelling up

“While talent is spread evenly across our country, opportunity is not”. So said Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Levelling Up, when he launched the government’s long awaited White Paper last month. Alongside the commitments to rejuvenate local government, the White Paper showed a realisation that digital connectivity – the new ways of learning, working […]

Using smart lighting to ’switch on‘ smart communities

Lighting grid infrastructure is ubiquitous throughout most major cities, so it is no surprise that streetlamps offer an incredible opportunity as smart assets. Not only as a tool for municipalities to introduce energy efficient, sustainable lighting or Internet of Things (IoT) devices; but also as a channel for mobile network operators (MNOs) to extend their […]

Insights from Mobilitie’s Jason Caliento, Executive Vice President of Network Strategy

This month’s insights from our leaders around the world come from Jason Caliento, Executive Vice President of Network Strategy for Mobilitie. He is responsible for planning, designing, building and operating telecommunications infrastructure in new, innovative and compelling ways. Previously, he served in executive roles at SAC Wireless, Crown Castle and AT&T. What’s the most important […]

Insights from Vilicom’s Director of Sales and Marketing Gearoid Collins

This month’s insights from our leaders around the world comes from Gearoid Collins, Director of  Sales and Marketing for Vilicom. He is responsible for driving new business, expansion into additional markets across Europe, as well as Vilicom’s brand and marketing. Previously, he served in executive roles at IWG, Virgin Media, and Liberty Global. What’s the […]

Neutral-host infrastructure, small cells to underpin smart city applications

Smart cities – small cells Smart city applications rely on a highly robust communications network, and BAI Communications intends to provide such a network at scale to support the next-generation connectivity and smart city development, according to the company’s group CEO, Igor Leprince. Speaking with AGL eDigest during an interview, Leprince said that neutral-host infrastructure […]