NEW YORK — Backhaul & 4G Core Strategies for Mobile Operators — The U.S. wireless industry still faces a major challenge in getting fiber to its cell towers and that hurdle is only getting higher as more towers are built to support Long Term Evolution (LTE) rolbuts, says Hunter Newby, CEO of Allied Fiber LLC Today, only about 30 percent of the 300,000 towers built in the U.S. have fiber, even as wireless service providers plan to build out four to sbc times as many towers in order to make the best use of their limited spectrum. “We need to understand the reality of what it is going to cost to build that and where we are going to build it,” Newby says.
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Custom designed network provides secure, reliable, high speed access to electronic medical records and imaging and provides the platform to introduce new telemedicine applications
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