Consent Requests for Fiber Optic Cable

Building owners and tower ground leaseholders nationwide are being contacted on a regular basis by the wireless carriers and tower companies who occupy their property to grant access rights for fiber optic cable. As data demands increase dramatically, there is a need to improve the data throughput from the individual cell sites. The solution is […]

Cox Communications to Enter the Wireless Market

In one of the first signs of good news that I have seen recently surrounding our market (other than self serving statements from public tower company executives at the PCIA conference), Cox Communications recently announced that it will build its own Cox Communications cellular network. Cox Communications spent $550 million to purchase spectrum in Atlanta, […]

Sprint’s Sublease of Sites- Part 2- Lightower

Recently, a few of our clients have been contacted by agents of Lightower. Lightower was previously known as National Grid Wireless. These agents are requesting access to upgrade Sprint’s “telecommunications capabilities from traditional “copper” based services, to those of ‘fiber-optic’ service.”