Are you in the wireless tower industry? Are you a government employee dealing with wireless matters in your jurisdication? One of the most valuable (and amazingly cost-effective) wireless conferences you can attend are those put on by AGL Magazine. The next AGL day-long conference is in Chicago on September 19th.
The Chicago agenda . . . → Read More: Wireless Tower Industry AGL Conference – Chicago: September 19
AGL Magazine‘s Wireless Infrastructure Conference will be coming to Irvine Marriott in Irvine, California on April 18, 2013. If you want to know about what’s happening in the trenches of wireless, and where those trenches lead, this is the conference to attend.
AGL’s regional conferences are, in my opinion, one of the best sources . . . → Read More: AGL Magazine’s Wireless Infrastructure Conference: Irvine 4/18/13
Given my busy schedule, there are only a few wireless industry conferences I carve out time to attend each year. My criteria for going to a conference center around factors such as:
Quality of the speakers Timeliness of the information Real usability of the information learned at the conference Opportunity to meaningfully network with peers . . . → Read More: AGL Regional Conferences: Must-Go Events
Jonathan Atkin analyzes the wireless sector for RBC Capital Markets, LLC.
Better put, Jon dissects the wireless sector, looking at the players, numbers, and technologies in multiple contexts and from multiple angles spotting nuances leading to a much deeper and more complete worldview of wireless.
I have had the pleasure of hearing Jon present at . . . → Read More: Jonathan Atkin on the pending T-Metro marriage
Ruckus Wireless ZoneFlex 7761-CM installed by Time Warner in Los Angeles, California.
In the midst of its deployment of WiFi (and likely more) in Southern California, Time Warner has started to install WiFi nodes manufactured by Ruckus Wireless, specifically the Ruckus ZoneFlex 7761-CM.
Previously, Time Warner has been widely deploying Belair Networks gear.
The . . . → Read More: Time Warner Making a (Wireless) Ruckus
Lisa Murphy, Esq.
Lisa Murphy, of LeClairRyan in Norfolk, Virginia is an attorney representing wireless carriers in land use matters (read: she represents carriers before government agencies). On February 24th, Lisa and I spoke on a panel at the AGL Conference in Las Vegas, which touched on Section 6409’s potential impacts on the siting . . . → Read More: One Industry View of 6409
(Reprinted from the AGL Bulletin of January 17, 2012. You really should subscribe.)
Crown Castle International has acquired a portfolio of ground lease-related assets for $180 million in cash and the assumption of approximately $320 million of debt in a deal with Wireless Capital Partners (WCP).
“While it . . . → Read More: Crown Castle Buys Ground Lease-Related Assets
Published in today’s AGL DAS Bulletin: “Predictions 2012: DAS All Folks!” by yours truly.
If you’re in cable TV industry, the wireless industry, or the DAS industry, you may be surprised by my predictions about the intersection of cable TV and wireless services, and the potential impact on DAS. You may even agree!
. . . → Read More: DAS All Folks!
The AGL regional Conference in Denver was simply outstanding in content and value.
I’m not just saying that because I was a speaker. Frankly, I attend a fair number of conferences where there’s little new for me to learn, but not so at this event.
AGL is known for its down-to-earth approach for useful written . . . → Read More: AGL Denver Conference
Brian Allen, Business Development Manager – West, TowerCo says the average monthly revenue per cell site is about $52,000; Predicts that the number of tower sites will double over the next 9 years (to about 525,000), but growth could be substantially greater than that based on other published reports. Lots of outstanding industry stats. More . . . → Read More: AGL Denver Conference Update 8:50 AM MDT