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Strategies for Effective Wi-Fi Offload
White Paper / Jun 2015 / Wi-Fi, Carrier-Grade Wi-Fi

Nowadays, agile operators view unlicensed spectrum as a tool that can be used to help build a heterogeneous network that offers users a homogenous experience. Wi-Fi is no longer considered the competition, but instead a potential partner. To learn more about carrier-grade Wi-Fi, how operators are integrating Wi-Fi into their service offerings and more, check out this feature report.

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Report Sponsors: Strategies for effective Wi-Fi offload By Martha DeGrasse B O N U S S U P P L I E R G U I D E 16 WIRELESS INFRASTRUCTURE COMPANIES SERVICE, TRAINING, STAFFING, HARDWARE, COMPONENT AND ACCESSORY COMPANIES J U N E 2 0 1 5 Featured Analyst: 2 F E A T U R E R E P O R T Introduction As much as half of all mobile data is offloaded from cellular networks to Wi-Fi, and that amount is growing each day. By next year, mobile operators will see more traffic offloaded to Wi-Fi than remains on cellular networks, according to Cisco?s most recent Visual Networking Index. The vast majority of Wi-Fi offload is user driven. Mobile subscribers purposely move their devices to Wi-Fi networks when they are within range, or set their phones to con- nect automatically to home or office Wi-Fi access points. This gives users faster con- nection speeds from Wi-Fi and its wired backbone, and lower monthly data bills from their wireless carriers. Now those carriers are investigating carrier-driven Wi-Fi offload by offering subscribers more opportunities to use Wi-Fi when they are on the go. Carrier- driven Wi-Fi offload can increase customer satisfaction, network capacity and even revenue. In order to achieve these goals, carrier-driven Wi-Fi offload needs to leverage network intelligence to ensure efficient and effective offload. Don?t, don?t you want me? Moving a customer off the network Why would a carrier choose to move a customer off its network? There are several possible reasons. 1. Customer experience. In today?s cutthroat pricing environment, keeping customers connected and happy is paramount. If the cellular network offers a subpar connection in a given area, moving a customer to reliable Wi-Fi can keep the network?s problem from becoming the customer?s problem. Even in places where coverage and capacity are sufficient for most use cases, heavy user traffic can overload the network. Moving some users to Wi-Fi can keep all users happy. ?We?ll do everything we can to solve your problems, and today, that?s about uniting Wi-Fi with our data strong network for un- precedented coverage,? said T-Mobile US CEO John Legere in announcing the ?un- carrier?s? Wi-Fi Unleashed promotion last 3 F E A T U R E R E P O R T year. All new smartphones sold by T-Mobile US now support Wi-Fi for both voice and data, and T-Mobile US has encouraged cus- tomers to upgrade to those phones so that they can move to Wi-Fi when the T-Mobile US network is not available. 2. Capacity. Almost 80% of all mobile data consumption now occurs indoors, and much of that usage is taking place on the macro network. Analyst Monica Paolini, founder of Senza Fili Consulting, gave the following example: ?When I am indoors, in a mall for example, checking my e-mail or watching video or whatever I am doing, I am using a lot of re- sources from the macro cells. So if I can use instead ? small cells or Wi-Fi in in the mall, I basically free capacity at the macro level. So even if the operator cannot charge me for that, and even if that is completely free, the operator gets more capacity in the mac- ro and that can be used to serve more sub- scribers, or it allows the operator to build less macro infrastructure or to increase the user experience.? A carrier that serves an enterprise cus- tomer in a busy downtown area may not have enough bandwidth to satisfy custom- ers on the street and inside the building. Adding capacity to a nearby tower or in- vesting in an outdoor small cell network might be more expensive than offloading to the enterprise Wi-Fi network, or even de- ploying carrier Wi-Fi. ?Managed Wi-Fi networks have a cost sav- ings compared to cellular networks,? said Robert Gazda, senior director of technology development at InterDigital. Operators typi- cally need to deploy both gateways and ac- cess points in order to offer managed Wi-Fi. ?Wi-Fi hot spots are relatively simple and very affordable because there?s high availability, lots of competitors and actu- ally installation can exceed the cost of the hardware,? said Iain Gillott, founder of iGR Research and author of Global Wi-Fi Off- load Traffic Forecast, 2014 ? 2019: An Al- ternative to LTE. Gillott?s research showed that LTE sup- ports an increasing amount of the high- bandwidth activities traditionally reserved for Wi-Fi. As LTE networks near capacity during peak use, operators may want to consider Wi-Fi offload as an alternative to ?The operator gets more capacity in the macro and that can be used to serve more subscribers.? Monica Paolini, Senza Fili Consulting. more LTE capacity. ?The fact that you cannot charge for some- thing doesn?t mean that there is no finan- cial advantage,? said Paolini. But of course operators would rather charge if they can, and some are considering their own Wi-Fi networks in hopes that they can charge for access. 3. New revenue. The jury is still out on whether carriers can charge for Wi-Fi. Con- sumers expect most Wi-Fi to be complimen- tary, except on airplanes and in hotels. But as Wi-Fi becomes more integrated with cel- lular, it is possible that carriers will be able to charge consumers and enterprise customers for data or voice calls on Wi-Fi networks. Interop Technologies, which offers a ?Managed Wi-Fi networks have a cost savings compared to cellular networks.? Robert Gazda, InterDigital. 2?!?>38?&?3(?<#-7<-;3<9?$322'$?=-;@T?'='8@;,-2+?$,!2+'9W? ?'36?'?!2&?3#/'$;9?!8'?$322'$;'&?;3?'!$,?3;,'8?9'!1?'99?@T?#@? 2';>3809?;,!;?&@2!1-$!??@T?-2;'??-+'2;?@?36?1-A'W??,'?$,!??'2+'? 3(?$322'$?=-;@?&-9!66'!89T?!2&?2'>?$!6!#-?-?'9T?#<9-2'99? 13&'?9T?!2&?6399-#-?-?'9?'1'8+'W? ?,-9?-9?The Living NetworkT?!2&?>'Z8'?,'?6-2+?$8'!;'?-;W ?8'!?2+?;,'??-=-2+??';>380 www.interdigital.com 5 cloud-based IP multimedia subsystem solution for operators that want to offer voice-over-Wi-Fi, said some of its carrier customers are starting to look at charging for Wi-Fi calls. ?Some of our operators are looking at both online and offline charging options, being able to bill for those minutes,? said Steve Zitnik, CTO and EVP at Interop, adding that this requires integration into the operator?s prepaid or postpaid billing system. Paolini said she sees no reason why op- erators could not charge customers for use of carrier-built Wi-Fi networks. ?If the operator has spent money to build the network and the service is completely transparent to me ? I see no reason why I shouldn?t pay,? she said. ?But it may be that in the marketplace consumers will not ac- cept it and they will have to do it for free.? Carriers may find other ways to monetize Wi-Fi networks through data analytics and location-based services. Operators who de- ploy Wi-Fi for retail-oriented venues may be able to sell this data back to the venues, es- pecially if they can help the retailers use the network to push location-based advertising to consumers. ?Those venue owners go back to the oper- ators ? and they ask those questions: ?Who is the user? What age are they? What kind of devices are they using? How long are they staying? How can I get access to that information?? There?s a lot of value in that information,? said Aptilo Networks CEO Paul Mikkelsen. Knowing who is in a venue is valuable to a retailer, and so is knowing where those people are. Wi-Fi equipment makers are working hard to bring operators and venue owners solutions that will offer location- based information about Wi-Fi users. Ruck- us Wireless says its platform detects device locations in real-time within a range of five to eight meters, with 80% accuracy. Should I stay or should I go now? Knowing when to transition users off the cellular network Mobile operators have plenty of reasons to consider Wi-Fi offload, and they have plenty of reasons to be nervous. If carri- ers push subscribers onto inconsistent, untrusted Wi-Fi networks, they are likely to lose customers. If they push subscribers onto reliable Wi-Fi when the cellular net- work is not overloaded, they are likely to lose revenue. Users on a 3G network will almost al- ways get a better data experience if they move to Wi-Fi, but that is not true for LTE users. A network policy that automatically moves all LTE users to Wi-Fi when they are within range could potentially create an overloaded and slow Wi-Fi access point and an empty LTE network. ?Shareholders I don?t think would be very happy if you spent billions on your LTE net- work and then moved all the traffic to Wi- Fi,? said Iain Gillott. Paolini said that a lot of carrier-driven offload to date has been from 3G networks to Wi-Fi, as operators choose Wi-Fi over investments in 3G small cells. ?Right now because a lot of the congestion is on 3G and not on LTE, Wi-Fi is a better solution because [operators] don?t want to deploy too many 3G small cells because the business case is not as good as it is for 4G small cells,? said Paolini. Voice and data sessions can be moved from 3G to Wi-Fi, but seamless handover to Wi-Fi that is fully integrated with the mobile core is more clearly defined for LTE than for 3G. ?It?s mainly handovers to/from LTE-WiFi today,? said Pierre Lynch, lead technologist on the product management team at Ixia. ?Handovers between Wi-Fi and 3G UMTS would be possible technologically, but it requires either support of [voice F E A T U R E R E P O R T ?I don?t think shareholders would be very happy if you spent billions on your LTE network and then moved all the traffic to Wi-Fi.? Iain Gillott, iGR Research. 6 F E A T U R E R E P O R T management at Republic Wireless. ?Once we determine that the current network is not sufficient (as a public ?It?s mainly handovers to/from LTE-WiFi today.? Pierre Lynch, Ixia. ?Our handsets are constantly evaluating the network conditions.? Jon Schniepp, Republic Wireless. from a practical sense, LTE and Wi-Fi will work together for handovers, while UMTS/HSPA and Wi-Fi will not.?. Paolini said that operators who move subscribers between LTE and Wi-Fi need network visibility so that they know what connection users have when they approach a Wi-Fi network, and also how well that Wi-Fi network is performing. Handset software can detect a deteriorating cellular connection and direct users to trusted Wi-Fi networks. Policies that tell the device when to choose Wi-Fi can be set by either the operator or the user. ?Our handsets are constantly evaluating the network conditions and other factors that affect call quality,? said Jon Schniepp, SVP of product over HSPA] or [single radio-voice call continuity] specifically for this. Not many people support this, which means that Source: Ixia 7 F E A T U R E R E P O R T hot spot in a busy Starbucks may be), our phones automatically switch the call to the cellular network so calls don?t degrade.? ?Right now, the control of the Wi-Fi offload is more in the terminal, not in the networks,? explained Jim Miller, director of radio standards at InterDigital. ?The operator has less control over Wi-Fi offload from the network side.? Operators can push policy to devices, but those policies will not be effective without solid information about the Wi- Fi network in the user?s location. Vendors are working hard to create solutions that address that need for information. Mosaik Solutions, which maintains an in-depth database of wireless network coverage and infrastructure components, has partnered with Wi-Fi network services provider BSG Wireless to create a Wi-Fi hot spot database. Cloud-based solutions can give operators more information by analyzing data from user devices. Devicescape offers operators a solution that analyzes user-generated data about Wi-Fi hot spots to find and favor the best connections. ?Every one of those users is out there finding and importing new things and then the back-end processing analyzes what gets reported and decides whether or not to include it in the network,? explained Devicescape CTO John Gordon. The company calls its service a ?curated virtual network.? Smith Micro Software?s cloud- controlled software dynamically pushes policy to devices, based on input from other devices on the network. For example, if one subscriber tries to connect to Wi-Fi and has a bad experience, the next subscriber to approach that hot spot will stay on the LTE network. ?The devices can update themselves by virtue of self-learning technology,? said Carla Fitzgerald, CMO at Smith Micro Software. ?It eliminates that manual step of the operator needing to look at analytics, evaluate analytics, understand what?s happening and then manually push policy. ... My device?s experience can update the service and it can dynamically push a new policy out to any devices in the geofence.? ?Devices can update themselves by virtue of self-learning technology.? Carla Fitzgerald, Smith Micro Software. Who are you? Now tell me: who are you? Authentication, handovers and security Users can be authenticated to Wi-Fi networks in one of two ways. Portal au- thentication (Layer 3) typically means that a captive portal requests subscriber credentials and communicates with both the authentication, authorization and ac- counting server and with a wireless access gateway. The user?s credentials are stored in the AAA server?s cache so that the user should be authenticated automatically if they returns to the Wi-Fi hot spot. EAP-SIM authentication (Layer 2) is extensible authentication protocol. The handset sends user credentials from the SIM card to the Wi-Fi access point, which uses RADIUS to communicate with the AAA server. The AAA uses SS7/MAP or diameter signaling to retrieve GSM/LTE authentica- tion vectors from the home location reg- ister in an LTE network or from the home subscriber server in a 3G network. Security EAP-SIM authentication is considered more secure than portal authentication. According to Cisco, EAP messages can be used to negotiate encryption keys for the IEEE 802.11i-based encryption of the ra- dio interface. When authentication is secure and the Wi-Fi access point is known to the network operator, the Wi-Fi access point is said to be ?trusted.? 3GPP does not specify which non-3GPP technologies should be consid- ered trusted or untrusted. This decision is made by the operator. 8 F E A T U R E R E P O R T ?Trusted Wi-Fi access is typically con- trolled or owned by the mobile network operator,? said InterDigital?s Gazda. ?Trust- ed Wi-Fi also must have sufficient levels of security ? typically 802.x (EAP-based secure authentication, encryption on the Wi-Fi air-interface, etc.) ? that allow direct connection from the Wi-Fi network to the core network.? Before LTE, 3GPP did not define trusted non-3GPP IP access. WLAN architecture is usually considered un- trusted. Access points are typically not controlled or monitored by the opera- tor, and often authentication is not en- crypted. Today the vast majority of Wi- Fi hot spots are untrusted. Handovers Seamless handovers are key to fulfilling the promise of Wi-Fi offload. In order for a mobile data session to transition seamless- ly to the Wi-Fi network, the user session needs to maintain the same IP address. This can enable low latency applications like voice calls and video chat to continue uninterrupted when the user moves to the new network. The 3GPP defines mechanisms for han- dover from LTE networks to trusted Wi- Fi networks, but not from 3G networks to trusted Wi-Fi. The standards board also defines a handover mechanism from LTE to untrusted Wi-Fi, and from 3G to untrusted Wi-Fi. The handovers from LTE or 3G to un- trusted Wi-Fi are the most common today. Secure IPsec tunnels connect mobile de- service provider?s network. In many cases, devices are automatically granted access to the network based upon credential mechanisms, such as EAP-SIM authentication. Over-the-air transmissions are encrypted using WPA2 security. Boingo, Orange, SK Telecom, Time Warner Cable and Telkom Indonesia are among the operators that have deployed Passpoint- enabled networks. The Wireless Broadband Alliance?s Next Generation Hotspot defines standards and guidelines to enable roaming and network interoperability between different provid- ers when Passpoint-certified equipment is in use. The Wireless Broadband Alliance is carrier-driven industry group that is work- ing to make Wi-Fi interworking and roaming more efficient and reliable for operators and service providers. Everybody?s doing it now Wi-Fi seems to be everywhere Businesses large and small are deploy- ing Wi-Fi to keep employees and custom- ers connected, and in some cases to offer online promotions or corporate content. Public venues are beefing up their Wi-Fi to keep guests online, and many are turn- ing to telcos, cable operators and wireless carriers for Wi-Fi solutions. IHS Infonet- ics is projecting an 88% increase in car- rier Wi-Fi equipment revenue this year. According to Cisco, the world?s largest maker of Wi-Fi network equipment, much of the spending will be motivated by en- terprise upgrades to 802.11ac. vices to an intermediate node called an enhanced packet data gateway (EPDG), which then connects to the core network. Sprint is using secure tunnels to authenticate its users on Boingo?s airport Wi-Fi networks. The carrier has an app on its Android phones that find and connect to Boingo Wi-Fi. ?Boingo as the visited gateway opera- tor has an encrypted tunnel to the Sprint network authentication systems,? said Boingo CTO Derek Peterson. ?Sprint re- ceives a Boingo RADIUS authentication request and it forwards that request to their HLR/HSS systems. Those systems respond back to Boingo with a proper authentication/authorization accept.? Handovers are expected to become more seamless as an increasing number of devices and access points support Hotspot 2.0, which is a standard devel- oped by the members of the Wi-Fi Alli- ance to enable seamless authentication of mobile devices to Wi-Fi networks. The Wi-Fi Alliance is an industry consortium made up primarily of wireless hardware makers, including the leading wireless semiconductor companies. Devices that are Hotspot 2.0 enabled are called Passpoint certified devices. Passpoint certified end-user devices will discover and automatically choose Pas- spoint certified hot spots based upon user preferences and operator policies. A new user account can be established at the point of access, enabling auto- matic connection to other hot spots in a 1 Enhanced Mobile Networks to Deliver 1000 Times More Capacity by 2020. ?2013 Nokia Solutions and Networks 2 Business Case for Enterprise Small Cells ? Real Wireless report published by Small Cell Forum Mobile Access at a Crossroads Industry experts predict 1000x growth in traffic volumes by the end of 2020.1 We?re hooked on mobility and there?s no going back. The world?s mobile network infrastructures are quickly being maxed out. Subscribers demand that quality and reliability continue to rise, and operators must consistently deliver compelling new services and pricing plans based on performance. Wi-Fi offloading enhances the customer experience, improves retention, slashes costs, and unlocks new revenues?but adopting this new model, with multiple equipment vendors, is rife with challenge. :L?)L?2?RDG?,QFUHDVHV?5HYHQXH Studies about the long-term impact on average revenue per user (ARPU) and customer lifetime value (CLV) show using Wi-Fi offload creates high ROI, dramatic increases in CLV, and payback realized within the first year.2 :L?)L?2?RDG?5HGXFHV?&RVWV Reap the rewards of reduced costs and lower churn due to a better customer experience by moving to Wi-Fi networks with more capacity. ,[LD?6ROXWLRQV Leading mobile operators worldwide use Ixia?s award-winning LTE solutions to accelerate and optimize 4G deployments and speed new services to market. A comprehensive suite of products and services are used to test, assess, and optimize key technology initiatives. But deploying Wi-Fi offload can be difficult and expensive?without the right technology partner to help validate your decisions. For more information about Ixia?s wireless test solutions, visit KWWS???ZZZ?L[LDFRP?FRP?ZLUHOHVV?VROXWLRQV? 10 F E A T U R E R E P O R T ?Across the board we are seeing broad- based adoption of 802.11ac.,? said Cisco?s Rad Sethuraman, senior director of product management. ?Education would be the lead vertical; that?s where a lot of the initial deployments happened. But what we are seeing is that broad-based, across all of these verticals people are deploying 802.11ac by choice.? Sethuraman said the healthcare vertical is increasingly important, as hospitals and clinics rely on Wi-Fi for critical care applications, patient records and imaging. ?Across the board we are seeing broad-based adoption of 802.11ac.? Rad Sethuraman, Cisco. How will I know? Testing to insure quality of service The cost of deploying Wi-Fi hot spots may be much lower than some competing solutions for network densification, but S ou rc e: i P a ss Source: Mobile Experts Wi-Fi network operators like iPass project huge growth in hot spot deployment, but many of the access points deployed by individuals and small businesses will not be carrier-grade. A true carrier-grade Wi-Fi network has several key characteristics, according to the Wireless Broadband Alli- ance. It will deliver at least 1 gigabit per second (for 802.11ac), enable handoff and seamless authentication across multiple Wi-Fi networks and to cellular, offer roaming and a high level of security, and be managed by the carrier?s OSS/BSS, which requires integration with the core network. 160.0 140.0 120.0 100.0 80.0 60.0 40.0 20.0 0.0 2013 2014 2015 2016 AP In st al le d B as e (M ill io ns ) Wi-Fi Hot Spots 2017 2018 2019 Carrier Grade Homespots 11 Wi-Fi can expose a carrier to a higher level of risk if it is not tested properly. If the car- rier encourages or automates Wi-Fi offload and users have a bad experience, they are likely to blame the carrier rather than the Wi-Fi network. Each part of a Wi-Fi access network needs to be tested separately, according to test solutions developer Ixia. Wi-Fi net- works include access points, gateways and any packet core integration elements, and each of these should be isolated and emulated, according to Ixia. The company said that core network elements should also be emulated to better isolate access and offload components. There are two ways to validate Wi-Fi/ cellular handovers, according to Ixia?s Pierre Lynch. One is replacing the Wi-Fi access points and the ENodeB (for LTE) with simulation equipment, and perform- ing the handovers. The other is simulating the handsets on the air interface itself, for both LTE and Wi-Fi, such that the Wi-Fi AP and the ENodeB are both part of the system under test. ?The interference is typically between the metro and macro layers, but some people have expressed concern in regions where the cellular spectrum is at 2.4 GHz,? said Lynch. The 2.4 GHz band is one of two frequency bands used for Wi-Fi; the other is the 5 GHz band. Both have been available for Wi-Fi for more than a decade, but devices oper- ating in the 2.4 GHz band caught on faster in the early days of Wi-Fi. Now 5 GHz is the spectrum band of choice for 802.11ac. The long and winding road U.S. carriers and Wi-Fi offload Compared to their counterparts in some other parts of the world, U.S. carriers have been slow to deploy Wi-Fi. In the highly congested areas of Japan and South Ko- rea, carriers are using Wi-Fi in conjunction with small cells to offload traffic from the macro network. SoftBank, NTT DoCoMo and SK Telecom have all been early adopt- ers of carrier Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi offload. Soft- bank recently said it will open its 400,000 Wi-Fi hot spots to all visitors to Japan at no charge. In the United States, AT&T is the only operator that owns and operates a signifi- cant number of Wi-Fi hot spots. The car- rier offers an auto-authentication feature to move users seamlessly to and from its Wi-Fi network. AT&T also deploys Wi-Fi networks for enterprise customers such as sports arenas. Sprint and T-Mobile US have both owned Wi-Fi networks in the past. T-Mobile US de- ployed the original Starbucks Wi-Fi, which then passed to AT&T and then to Google. Sprint sold its network to Boingo Wire- less, and now finds itself partnering with Boingo for Wi-Fi offload. Sprint recently announced a deal with Boingo that will au- tomatically move traffic from Sprint?s cel- lular network to Boingo?s Wi-Fi network in 35 airports around the country. Sprint has recently described Wi- Fi as ?the fourth layer? of its network, F E A T U R E R E P O R T S ou rc e: W ir el es s B ro a d bn d A ll ia n ce What is Carrier-grade Wi-Fi? The rising importance of carrier- grade Wi-Fi to enable new business models prompted the WBA to re- lease a comprehensive definition of Carrier Wi-Fi, which can be rather a vague and overused term, in 2014. This aimed to help drive all provid- ers towards common approaches to user experience and end-to-end management. The WBA brought together nearly 20 large operators and vendors to participate in creat- ing its definition. The WBA Guidelines state that the following standardized Carrier Wi-Fi capabilities are needed to ensure networks can scale to meet the requirements of the industry: ? Consistent User Experience ? Network Discovery and Access ? Authentication and Security ? Service Experience ? Fully Integrated End-to-End Network ? Network Architecture ? End-t0-End Service Provisioning ? Network Management ? Network Quality ? Network Security ? Network Managability 12 complementing the existing layers represented by the 1.9 GHz, 2.5 GHz, and 800 MHz spectrum bands. The carrier is deploying Cisco Wi-Fi hot spots throughout Kansas City (Sprint?s hometown) to offload traffic from its cellular network and provide free Wi-Fi to customers of all carriers. Sprint said that its Wi-Fi network will be the backbone of Kansas City?s smart and connected city framework. T-Mobile US has been one of the most aggressive adopters of voice-over-Wi-Fi, and has positioned Wi-Fi calling as a ser- vice for customers rather than an offload strategy. Google?s Project Fi can also be seen as a kind of Wi-Fi offload for T- Mobile US. In this case, T-Mobile US is offloading not traffic, but customers to Google?s Wi-Fi-first mobile service, as a number of T-Mobile US subscribers are switching to Google Fi. T-Mobile US has not disclosed how much Google is paying for the use of its spectrum, but this rev- enue stream may more than outweigh the loss of some subscribers, given T-Mobile US? current pricing strategy. Verizon Wireless has been more conser- vative with respect to Wi-Fi in its wire- less business, and has stated explicitly that it is not in the business of building a Wi-Fi network. ?While we have consistently avoided building our own Wi-Fi networks outside of unique venue such as stadiums, we have always viewed Wi-Fi as complementary to our managed network,? Verizon Communi- cations recently said in an earnings call. At the same time, Verizon has aggressively deployed Wi-Fi routers to leverage its fiber- to-the-home business, FiOS. The company claims that its FiOS Quantum Gateway delivers the fastest Wi-Fi speeds available in the United States. Regional operators Regional operators often find that Wi-Fi offload is a cost-effective way to add capac- ity to the network, or to enable roaming out- side the coverage zone. ?Where there were challenges getting LTE rolled out and higher bandwidth services for mobile devices, Wi-FI came in as a bit of a stop gap in some cases for carriers that needed to connect their users and satisfy the needs for growth,? said Bruce Miller, VP of product management at Xirrus. ?Where LTE became more prevalent then you saw a pull back a bit in terms of the activity related to Wi-Fi so it really was regionally dependent.? C Spire, which offers service in 23 U.S. states, has worked with Xirrus to offload traffic to Wi-Fi in high-traffic areas. C Spire deployed roughly 800 Xirrus access points at The University of Mississippi?s Vaught- Hemingway Stadium. C Spire provides free network access to its customers in the sta- dium. Fans with service from other wire- less providers can access the network for a $5 fee each game. MVNOs Some mobile virtual network operators do not see Wi-Fi as an offload strategy; in- stead they aim for ?Wi-Fi first.? ?Our approach is to prefer Wi-Fi when- ever available,? said Republic Wireless? Jon Schniepp. ?So, if we see a viable Wi-Fi net- work for the call, it will be initiated on the Wi-Fi network. If the Wi-Fi network is not viable, we automatically switch callers to the cellular network. By anchoring calls in the cloud Republic can cut calls from Wi- Fi over to cellular in milliseconds so that moving out of Wi-Fi coverage does not in- terrupt a call.? Call me maybe Carriers experiment with VoWi-Fi Voice-over-Wi-Fi has been of interest to operators ever since the move toward IP networks began, but Apple created a new sense of urgency when it announced F E A T U R E R E P O R T ?Wi-Fi came in as a bit of a stop gap in some cases for carriers that needed to connect their users and satisfy the needs for growth.? Bruce Miller, Xirrus. 13 F E A T U R E R E P O R T support for voice-over-Wi-Fi as part of iOS 8. Since that time, all four major U.S. carriers have launched or announced plans to launch voice-over-Wi-Fi. Meanwhile Wi-Fi first operators are of- fering low-cost wireless plans that rely primarily on Wi-Fi for voice and data, and move users to cellular when Wi- Fi is not available. Republic Wireless, Scratch Wireless and Google Fi all follow this model. Cablevision has launched a service called Freewheel that does not include a fallback to cellular; the cable operator is promoting the service as a fit for those who live, work and play within range of Wi-Fi. Voice-over-Wi-Fi requires an IMS core, which is becoming much more common in carrier networks. Some of the same elements needed to launch VoLTE can be used to enable VoWi-Fi. Operators that have invested in VoLTE are in a good position to add VoWi-Fi, accord- ing to Aptilo Networks. ?If they have made a [VoLTE] decision, they have invested into the IMS infrastruc- ture, which is the nodes and the components needed to handle [VoLTE] capabilities. If you have taken that investment, it?s a very small investment to add on also [VoWi-Fi],? said Aptilo?s Mikkelsen. Cloud-based IMS gives carriers a way to offer VoWi-Fi without investing in an IMS core. Interop Technologies said it has seen strong interest in its hosted IMS solu- tion from regional operators. ?An IMS core is a very expensive and complicated thing to implement, even for the largest of the carriers,? said Interop?s Zitnik. ?By removing some of the com- plexities and obfuscating the complex- ity of the solution, Interop can enable its customers to move quickly down that path.? Interop?s solution is integrated with the operator network for billing and for 2G/3G fallback. Authentication is another major issue for operators that are integrating VoWi- Fi with cellular service. VoWi-Fi typically requires EAP-SIM authentication for the IPsec tunnels that connect devices to the mobile core when the Wi-Fi access points are not carrier-operated. At this time only a handful of smartphones support this. Mo- torola is the maker of several of the Android phones that are currently supporting VoWi- Fi, including the Moto G, the Moto X and Google?s Nexus 6. ?Motorola has been a great partner for us from the beginning,? said Republic Wire- less? Schniepp. ?We have worked with them to make the necessary changes to the ROM level of Android that enables fine tuning of call quality over Wi-Fi and our native call- ing experience. We love working with Mo- torola because their phones deliver tons of value at every price point, and they rely on a ?pure Android? approach which fits our approach well.? ?If they have made a [VoLTE] decision ? it?s a very small investment to add on also [VoWi-Fi],? Paul Mikkelsen, CEO, Aptilo Networks. ?An IMS core is a very expensive and complicated thing to imple- ment, even for the largest of the carriers,? Steve Zitnik, CTO, Interop Technologies. 14 Get off of my cloud Wi-Fi network operators bristle at the emergence of LTE-U For operators, LTE-U could represent a densification strategy that falls squarely within the realm of services for which car- riers can bill their customers. But today?s LTE smartphones will not support LTE in the 5 GHz band. ?Everybody has Wi-Fi on their devices now. Nobody has LTE-U,? said Devices- cape?s Gordon. ?If you?re a venue today why would you deploy LTE-U as opposed to Wi-Fi?? Mobile operators may have their work cut out for them if they want to sell venues and device makers on LTE-U. But the payoff could be significant, and LTE-U could help operators maximize the value of their most precious resource. ?LTE also is inherently spectrally more efficient. For the same amount of spectrum, it can deliver two-times more capacity than Wi-Fi,? said Puneet Sethi, director of product management at Qualcomm Atheros. Qualcomm, Ericsson and Verizon are all contributing to work on LTE in unlicensed spectrum. Qualcomm, the world?s leading maker of LTE modems, is also a top developer of Wi-Fi chipsets. The chipmaker says that the two tech- nologies complement one another. ?[LTE-U] is a better neighbor to Wi-Fi than Wi-Fi is to itself,? said Sethi. ?If you have two Wi-Fi nodes right next to each other and you replace one of them with LTE un- licensed, not only would you see the gains from the LTE unlicensed node, but also you will see the improvement on the neighbor- ing Wi-Fi?s performance.? Sethi spoke with Monica Paolini as part of her recent report: ?LTE unlicensed and Wi-Fi: Moving beyond coexistence.? One of the themes expressed by the executives in- terviewed was a resistance to government regulation of LTE-U. ?That?s something that everybody I work with on both the LTE side and the Wi-Fi side wants to avoid, even though they?re in positions to possibly have a good argument,? said InterDigital?s Mill- er. ?The regulators are the court of last resort, and we want to try to avoid that as much as possible.? In May, the Federal Communications Commission formally asked industry par- ticipants to share information on current trends in LTE-U and LAA technology. ?Listen before talk? is one of the key pro- tocols that Wi-Fi network operators are pushing for with respect to LTE-U. Wi-Fi radios are not scheduled the way LTE radios are, but they do ?listen? for other radios on the frequency before ?talking? themselves. Wi-Fi access point makers would like to see LTE-U small cells fol- low the same procedure. Listen-before-talk is mandated in Eu- rope for LTE-U, but not in the United States. Still, many expect it to be adopted by the industry whether or not the FCC gets involved. T-Mobile US has stated pub- licly that members of its team expect lis- ten-before-talk to be part of LTE-U in the United States. T-Mobile US has been a vocal propo- nent of both WI-Fi offload and LTE in un- licensed spectrum. The carrier has said that it is committed to Wi-Fi and that it does not intend to replace Wi-Fi offload with LTE-U. Instead, it sees LTE-U as a supplement to Wi-Fi offload and LTE in licensed spectrum. Come together, right now Combining Wi-Fi and cellular Indoors, cellular and Wi-Fi solutions are starting to converge. Users do not always distinguish between the two and F E A T U R E R E P O R T ?If you?re a venue today, why would you deploy LTE-U as opposed to Wi-Fi?? John Gordon, Devicescape. LTE in unlicensed spectrum 15 some IT managers are starting to think in the same way. ?The expectation that consumers have now basically means that you?ve got to think through a Wi-Fi strategy and a mo- bility strategy pretty much in parallel,? said CommScope?s Philip Sorrells, VP of strategic marketing. The software that network engineers use to build and deploy many in-building wireless networks is evolving to encom- pass Wi-Fi. IBwave has updated its net- work design software program to enable Wi-Fi and cellular indoor designs to be performed in a single tool. The company sees this release as a first step toward ad- dressing the carrier-grade Wi-Fi network design market. ?Five years ago, Wi-Fi technology was pretty basic, but with all the new protocol releases it is much closer to LTE today,? says Mario Bouchard, IBwave?s CEO. For venues, combining the two tech- nologies can create the opportunity to combine user profile information from the LTE network with location-based informa- tion from Wi-Fi. ?You know much more about your sub- scribers if you can put Wi-Fi and LTE to- gether,? said Paolini. ?The service is much more powerful because you tend to have a higher density of Wi-Fi but more consistent coverage with LTE.? Vendors are starting to bring Wi-Fi and LTE to market together. Cisco has an- nounced a partnership with SpiderCloud Wireless, whereby the world?s leading vendor of Wi-Fi access points will also market SpiderCloud?s dual-band small cells. Ruckus Wireless has created a simi- lar partnership with small cell vendor Alcatel-Lucent. Alcatel-Lucent and Ruckus Wireless have also partnered to trial LTE Wi-Fi link ag- gregation in partnership with Qualcomm. LWA moves the Wi-Fi uplink to 3G or 4G cellular networks. Alcatel-Lucent VP of small cells Mike Schabel said that moving the uplink improved the range of existing Wi-Fi access points by up to 300%, and led to a 50-times improvement in uplink per- formance at the edge of the network. He added that downlink speeds improved by up to 30% when the downlink and uplink were separated. In LWA, network software updates are used to blend the Wi-Fi and cellular access networks into a unified network. A small cell network is integrated with an exist- ing Wi-Fi network via software, and then devices that already have both cellular and Wi-Fi chips are updated with software to leverage the new network capabilities. ?The industry debates the merits of voice/data over Wi-Fi vs. voice/data over LTE,? said Schabel. ?From a consumer perspective, it should simply be voice/ data over wireless.?. Conclusion Carrier-driven Wi-Fi offload strategies can be effective even if the carrier does not own or operate a Wi-Fi network. Net- work visibility, analytics and effective policy can create offload solutions that boost network capacity and improve user experiences. The term carrier-grade Wi-Fi is used in many contexts, but is defined as secure, high-speed Wi-Fi that is integrated with the mobile core. Seamless integration is de- fined by 3GPP for LTE, but not for 3G. Car- riers are using secure tunnels to evolved packet data gateways to authenticate de- vices to hot spots that are not directly inte- grated into the carrier?s network. Some wireless carriers are exploring ways to charge users for minutes used on carrier- owned and operated Wi-Fi. Others are look- ing at ways to monetize the data generated by Wi-Fi networks. In tandem with Wi-Fi offload, some operators are exploring LTE in unlicensed spectrum. Currently there are no user devices on the market that support LTE-U. Qualcomm, which has taken a leading role in promoting LTE-U, has also developed a solution that combines Wi-Fi and cellular by using cellular for uplink and Wi-Fi for downlink. Solutions that combine Wi-Fi and cellu- lar may ultimately serve users and opera- tors best. LTE offers a continuous mobile connection, while Wi-Fi supports high- bandwidth activities in densely populated areas. Vendors and manufacturers are real- izing this, and are partnering on technical solutions and go-to-market strategies. The months ahead are expected to bring more cooperation and collaboration between cellular and Wi-Fi. F E A T U R E R E P O R T 2015 Wireless Infrastructure Supplier Guide OV E R 5 0 0 C O M PA N I E S SERVICE COMPANIES, STAFFING COMPANIES, TRAINING COMPANIES, HARDWARE, COMPONENT AND ACCESSORY COMPANIES 17 Ixia Ixia provides application performance and security resilience solutions to validate, secure, and optimize physical and virtual networks. Enterprises, service providers, network equipment manufacturers, and governments worldwide rely on Ixia?s solutions to deploy technologies and achieve efficient, secure, ongoing operation of their networks Visit www. ixiacom.com for more information. InterDigital InterDigital develops technologies that are at the core of mobile devices, networks, and services worldwide. We solve many of the industry?s most critical and complex technical challenges, inventing solutions for more efficient broadband networks years ahead of market deployment. Please visit www.interdigital.com/contact/ for more information. NB+C Founded in 1984, NB+C is a leading wireless site development firm comprised of three business units: Site Development, Engineering Services and Construction + Technical Services. We are staffed with over 300 professionals who are totally committed to client service and project results. Featured Companies 18 Supplier Guide SERVICE COMPANIES 101 Telco Solutions Inc. Service Company 2646 Palma Dr., Ste. 305 Ventura, CA 93003 805-477-0101 E-mail: sales@101telco.com www.101telco.com 101 Telco is a legacy equipment specialist that helps companies stretch their capital dollars, and maximize the life of their network. We provide component-level repairs and refurbished spares for network equipment that are out-of-warranty or MFG-discontinued. We were founded on the principle that helping the Veteran community and starting, and running, a profitable company could be simultaneous goals. 3S Network Service Company www.3snetwork.com We offer expert design, service analysis and solu- tions for a wide range of technologies including GSM/GPRS/EDGE, UMTS/HSPA, EVDO, and LTE/ WiMAX. Whether a small scale project, turnkey solution or large scale work, 3S Network Inc. is known to deliver the highest industry standard. 4G Unwired Service Company 551 S. Apollo Blvd., Ste. 207 Melbourne, FL 32901 321-726-4183 sales@4gunwired.com www.4gunwired.com Aarcher Service Company 910 Commerce Road Annapolis, MD 21401 817-431-1593 cboswell@aarcherinc.com www.aarcherinc.com Aarcher provides Phase I environmental due dili- gence, NEPA screening, and cultural and natural resource services for antenna and tower installa- tions. Since 1997, its team of environmental and conservation specialists and architectural histo- rians has supported thousands of installations from offices in Colorado, Maryland and Texas. Abrams Wireless Service Company 117 Kelekent Ln. Cary, NC 27518 206-661-8429 ted@abramswireless.com www.theabrams.net Technology is a significant part of today?s business decisions. AWI consultancy delivers profitable insight to clients who want better understanding of probable outcomes. Accenture Service Company 1345 Avenue of the Americas New York, NY 10105 Contact: Barbara Burgess 877-889-9009 www.accenture.com Accenture is a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, with more than 293,000 people serving clients in more than 120 countries. Combining unparalleled experience, comprehensive capabilities across all industries and business functions, and extensive research on the world?s most successful compa- nies, Accenture collaborates with clients to help them become high-performance businesses and governments. Accruent Service Company 10801-2 N. Mo Pac Expy, Ste. 400 Austin, TX 78759 512-861-0726 ctutino@accruent.com www.Accruent.com Accruent delivers long term, best in class, opera- tional and financial performance to leaders in the Wireless industry with iterra solution, the industry- leading software for site, lease, asset, and project management. Our solutions are used by the top five national wireless carriers to manage more than one million projects and 400,000 sites globally. Acquest International L.P. Service Company 909 Third Avenue New York, NY 10022 Contact: Pauli Overdorff 212-719-1500 pauli@acquestinternational.com www.acquestinternational.com Acquest International, an investment bank, serv- ing companies in the communications sector with Merger & Acquisition and Capital Formation Services. Completed more than 100 transactions since 1993. Action Capital Corporation Service Company 230 Peachtree Street, Ste. 1910 Atlanta, GA 30303 Contact: Patrick Thom 404-524-3181 patrick@actioncapital.com www.actioncapital.com ADB Wireless Service Company 8205 Hickman Mills Drive Kansas City, MO 64132 636-583-8448 elust@adb-us.com www.adb-us.com Advanced Frequency Engineering Service Company 10482 Almond Street Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737 Contact: Dana Dulabone 813-495-0038 dana@rfawareness.com www.rfawareness.com RF Engineering Consultant Firm. Competetive site analysis, RF system design , FirstNet Public Safety, IBWAVE DAS certified, tower site analysis, RF expo- sure, consultant for zoning hearings Advantage Engineers Service Company 7070 Samuel Morse Drive, Ste. 150 Columbia, ME 21046 Contact: John McGrath, COO 443-367-0003 advantage@advantageengineers.com www.advantageengineers.com Advantage Engineers provides comprehensive engineering and consulting solutions in support of communications network development for govern- ment and commercial clients. Aero Solutions Service Company 5500 Flatiron Parkway, Ste. 100 Boulder, CO 80301 720-304-6882 rtaillon@aerosolutionsllc.com www.aerosolutionsllc.com Since 2002, Aero Solutions LLC (AERO), has been a proven leader in the wireless industry. We provide custom and pre-engineered monopole, self support and guyed tower infrastructure products and services. Our innovative solutions increase the towers load carrying capacity and revenue potential for our customers. 19 Supplier Guide Aero-Telco Services LLC Service Company 10180 NW 21st Court Pembroke Pines, FL 33026 954-483-0874 james.raines@aero-telco.com www.aero-telco.com We are a certified MBE full service maintenance cell tower company that specializes in LTE upgrades and installations. AFL Global Service Company 170 Ridgeview Center Drive Duncan, SC 29334 864-433-0333 Dennis.Beck@AFLglobal.com www.AFLglobal.com AFL provides construction, installation, engineer- ing and maintenance for wireless/wireline service providers, in various IT/Communications markets, maintaining satisfied customers by of- fering network (MTSO), cell site, government and enterprise solutions. With AFL you get a team with engineering expertise, a proven history of successful deployments and the know-how to turn up your customers faster! Come see how We connect.? Aicent, Inc. Service Company 181 Metro Drive, Ste. 450 San Jose, CA 95110 +1 408 324 1830 info@aicent.com www.aicent.com Aicent?s innovative mobile data services build a bridge between the IP world and the wireless world, delivering powerful wireless communica- tions services to mobile operators. AirHop Communications Inc. Service Company 6150 Lusk Blvd Suite B204 & B205 San Diego, CA 92121 Contact: Yan Hui 858-848-6188 info@airhopcomm.com airhopcomm-web.com Founded in 2007, AirHop is a privately held startup that develops advanced RAN intelligence software critical to the next wave of the mobile Internet. AirHop?s eSON products are the first to completely address the installation, opera- tion, performance, and multi-vendor support challenges of multi-layer, small cell and HetNet deployments. AJ Telecom Group Service Company 147 W. 35th St., Ste. 404 New York, NY 10001 212-643-1310 contact@ajtelecomgroup.com www.ajtelecomgroup.com Alcatel-Lucent Service Company 1960 Lucent Lane Naperville, IL 60563 Contact: Rupail Sikka 630-224-0192 rupy.sikka@alcatel-lucent.com www.alcatel-lucent.com Alcatel-Lucent provides products and innovations in IP and cloud networking, as well as ultra-broad- band fixed and wireless access. Allcom Global Services Service Company www.allcomgs.com/ AllCom builds infrastructure that enables today?s technology. Allcomm Wireless Service Company 4116 First Ave. North Birmingham, AL 35222 205-591-8804 tower@allcomm.com www.allcomm.com Allot Communications, Ltd. Service Company 300 TradeCenter, Ste. 4680 Woburn, MA 01801 Contact: John Priest 781-939-9300 jpriest@allot.com www.allot.com Allot Communications is a leading global provider of intelligent broadband solutions that put mobile, fixed and enterprise networks at the center of the digital lifestyle. Allot?s DPI-based solutions identify and leverage the business intelligence in data networks, empowering operators to shape digital lifestyle experiences and to capitalize on the network traffic they generate. Allstate Tower Service Company P.O. Box 25 Henderson, KY 42419 270-830-8512 Kroth@allstatetower.com www.allstatetower.com Alpha Technologies Ltd. Service Company 7700 Riverfront Gate Burnaby, MB V5J 5M4 604-436-5900 sales@alpha.ca www.alpha.ca For over 35 years, Alpha Technologies has been an industry pioneer and global leader in the design and manufacture of AC, DC and Renewable power. Alta Telecom Service Company www.altagroupofcompanies.com ALTA is a well established International Telecom Diversified Services Provider, is certified to ISO 9001: 2008 and TL 9000 in two business units and is in the process of becoming certified in its remaining business units. ALTA is also a member of the QuEST Forum. Altus Group Limited Service Company 33 Yonge Street, Ste. 500 Toronto, Ontario M5E 1G4 Contact: Robin Comfort 416-227-7039 robin.comfort@altusgroup.com www.altusgroup.com AM Coordination Services Service Company P.O. Box 6065 Martinsburg, WV 25402 304-264-5941 amcoordination@aol.com www.amcoordination.com American Tower Service Company 10 Presidential Way Woburn, MA 01801 877-409-6966 leasing@americantower.com www.americantower.com American Tower is a leading independent owner, operator and developer of wireless and broadcast communications infrastructure and provides ac- cess to over 36,000 communications sites across the United States. Our solutions include wireless and broadcast towers, managed rooftops, in- building and outdoor distributed antenna system networks and other right-of-way options, small- cell and Wi-Fi networks and services that speed network deployment. For information on how our solutions can help you grow your business, visit www.americantower.com. 20 Supplier Guide AMF Electrical Contractors, Inc Service Company 1627 Sublette St Louis, MO 63110 Contact: Charlie Garthe 314-647-4066 charlie@amfelectric.com www.amfelectric.com Full service infrastructure installation contractor. Amirit Technologies Amirit Technologies Service Company 271 US HWY 46 West, Ste. C-103 Fairfield, NJ 973-652-2811 Hassan.Azhar@amirit.com www.amirit.com Highly experienced & dedicated professionals in the telecom & IT industry; provide innovative, powerful & strategic methodologies. Amphenol Service Company 2100 Western Court, Ste. 300 Lisle, Illinois 60532 630-960-1010 sales@amphenol-fiberoptics.com www.amphenol.com ANS Advanced Network Services, LLC Service Company 12 Elmwood Rd. Albany, NY 12204 Contact: Brendan Delaney 518-292-6555 website@anscorporate.com www.anscorporate.com ANS provides end-to-end services to the wire- less carriers. Services include Tower & Construc- tion Services, DAS Design & Implementation, Network Infrastructure and DC Power Services. Antenna ID Products Service Company 22 Bryan Wynd, Ste. 2 Glenmoore, PA 19343 610-458-8418 antennaid@msn.com www.antennaid.com Antenna Rooftop Management Service Company 185 Santiago Ave. Rutherford, NJ 7070 Contact: Gerard Amatucci gerardama@comcast.net Manangement / Consulting. ATEC Wireless Service Company 4 Gatehall Drive Parsippany, NJ 07054 Contact: Ahsan Ali Khan 678-871-2129 inquiries@atecwireless.com www.atecwireless.com An independent diversity RF Engineering and Consulting firm dedicated to wireless communica- tions services, ATEC provides systems engineering, network services and technical staffing to wireless carriers, managed service providers, tower opera- tors and equipment vendors. Atlantic Communication Services Inc. Service Company 21 Pinehurst Circle Monroe, NY 10950 845-782-5114 pjm67@msn.com Full service wireless telecommunications company specializing in construction, site acquisition, legal & regulatory and project staffing. Atlantic Tower Services, Inc Service Company 2544 E Landstreet Dr., Ste. 600 Orlando, FL 32824 Contact: Brittany Lawler 407-423-9071 info@accessats.com accessats.com It takes an experienced team to distinguish what is safe, what is the appropriate use of technol- ogy, as well as what is the most economical and expedient for your intended goal. And, to do it all with the attitude that your uptime and customers are paramount is what makes ATS so successful. We really understand the industry and that you need a go-to supplier you can depend on for fast, turnkey service, long-term support and above all, partnership. Avion Systems Service Company www.avionsystems.com Avion leverages our partnership with Mobile Net- work Operators and Original Equipment Manufac- turers to provide network engineering services to ensure superior voice, data and content services to the end-user while maximizing ROI for carriers. AW Solutions Service Company 300 Crown Oak Centre Drive Longwood, FL 32750 407-260-0231 keith.hayter@awsolutionsinc.com www.awsolutionsinc.com Full Service Turnkey Wireless, DAS, Fiber and Wireline Infrastructure Development Company. Licensed engineers throughout the US, Canada, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and USVI. Axiom Wireless Service Company 3323 Magnolia Rd. Magnolia, OH 44643 Contact: Steve Weston 330-863-4410 steve@ax-wi.com www.axiomwireless.net Our services range from LTE upgrades, tower maintenance, small cell construction, building new towers from the ground up, to electrical work, civil work, and fencing. If it involves cellular towers and networks, our skilled and professional team can complete the task. Axis Teknologies, LLC Service Company 8800 Roswell Rd, Bldg A, Ste. 265 Sandy Springs, GA 30350 Contact: Kevin Calhoun 678-441-0260 kcalhoun@axisteknologies.com www.axisteknologies.com Axis Teknologies guides high-level strategies of wireless infrastructure upgrades through the real world implementation challenges of Small Cells, DAS, Data Centers, Core and Transport. B+T Group Service Company 1717 S. Boulder Ave, Ste. 300 Tulsa, OK 74119 Contact: David Reuter 918-587-4630 info@gtgrp.com www.btgrp.com Baker Donelson Service Company 420 20th Street North, Ste. 1400 Birmingham, AL 35203 Contact: Andy Rotenstreich 205-250-8304 nar@bakerdonelson.com www.bakerdonelson.com Supplier Guide Bank Street Group LLC Service Company Four Landmark Square, 3rd Floor Stamford, CT 06901 Contact: Richard Lukaj 203-252-2800 info@bankstreet.com www.bankstreet.com Bank Street is an investment bank serving com- panies in the communications sector with Merger & Acquisition Advisory, Private Placements of Debt and Restructuring services. BB&T - Atlantic Risk Management Service Company 5850 Waterloo Road, Ste. #240 Columbia, MD 21045 410-480-4413 DSaul@bbandt.com insurance.bbt.com BB&T?s Atlantic Risk Management is a large, independent insurance agency and an expert in protecting tower owners from unexpected risks. We offer complete, competitive priced programs endorsed by PCIA and tailored to suit your spe- cific exposures, including: self-supporting, guyed or monopole towers; support equipment; shelters and fencing; plus general liability, business auto, workers? compensation, umbrella, and more. Beacon Management Inc. Service Company 6025 Scott Way Commerce, CA 90040 323-722-5587 shari@bmionline.us www.bmionline.us BMI is a national electronics recycling firm also focused on de-installation and disposition ser- vices. We are R2 certified and carry both OSHAS 18001 and ISO 14001 Certification. Beacon Towers Service Company 3001 Salterbeck St., Ste. 200 Mount Pleasant, SC 29466 843-324-9731 martind@vitessewireless.com Bell Tower Service Company 6037 S. Industrial Road Chelsea, OK 74016 918-789-9020 rose-btc@sbcglobal.net www.belltowercorp.com For 22 years, Bell Tower has been designing, manufacturing and installing towers throughout the United States, from 100-foot self-supporting towers to 2000-foot broadcast towers. The company?s experienced staff offers customers the finest safety record in the industry and fair pricing on challeng- ing projects. Black & Veatch Service Company 10950 Grandview Overland Park, KS 66210 913-458-7967 bukatyk@bv.com www.bv.com B&V network infrastructure deployment and upgrade solutions include program and project management, site acquisition, architectural and engineering drawings, zoning and permitting, tower structural analysis and modification, procurement, logistics, construction and construction manage- ment, small cells and distributed antenna system (DAS) networks, and decommissioning service. Black Box Network Services Service Company 1155 Kas Drive, Ste. 200 Richardson, TX 75081 214-242-7718 kevin.swank@blackbox.com www.blackbox.com/innerwireless In wireless, Black Box Network Services enables mission-critical, in-building wireless for enterprise organizations in healthcare and hospitality, as well as government and Fortune 500. Mission-critical wireless delivers all key wireless services, includ- ing 3G/4G, fire/life/safety, 802.11 and medical telemetry, with engineered coverage and capacity to ensure all wireless devices stay connected with optimal service levels. Black Dot Wireless Service Company 27271 Las Ramblas Mission Viejo, CA 92691 packerman@blackdotwireless.com www.blackdotwireless.com Full service consultancy providing specialized real estate development and lease optimization services to the wireless industry. BlueSky 101, LLC Service Company 4100 N. Powerline Road, #W-2 Pompano Beach, FL 33073 www.bluesky101.com BlueStream Professional Services Service Company 3305 Hwy 60 West Faribault, MN 55021 800-755-1950 contactkgp@kgptel.com www.bluestreampro.com BlueStream Professional Services provides plan- ning, implementation and maintenance services for wireless, wire line, broadband cable, utilities, and data centers networks. With unique capabili- ties, including wireless cell tower installation and maintenance crews, BlueStream Professional Services has the capabilities with key technology skills and certifications to offer complete, turn-key solutions. BMS Communications Service Company 4133 Guardian St. Simi Valley, CA 93063 805-526-1141 jennifera@bmseng.com www.bmseng.com Boingo Wireless Service Company 10960 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 800 Los Angeles, CA 90024 310-586-5180 dlodder@boingo.com www.boingo.com Boingo Wireless, Inc. (NASDAQ: WIFI) helps the world stay connected. Boingo?s vast footprint of small cell networks covers more than a million DAS and Wi-Fi locations and reaches more than 1 billion consumers annually ? in places as varied as airports, stadiums, shopping malls, restaurants, universities, and military bases. The Boingo plat- form is the only monetization engine of its kind, driving revenue through carrier offload, advertis- ing, location-based data analytics, and consumer products like IPTV, high-speed broadband, and Wi-Fi. 22 Bracnet Ltd. Service Company House: 26, Road: 28, Block: K, Banani Dhaka 1213 arahimbd@yahoo.com www.bracnet.net ISP & Nationwide Data Connectivity. Bradley Arant Boult Cummings Legal Services Roundabout Plaza 1600 Division St., Ste. 700 Nashville, TN 37203 Contact: James L. Murphy III 615-252-2303 jmurphy@babc.com www.babc.com Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP is a law firm with seven offices throughout the Southeast. Our wireless team has extensive experience repre- senting all segments of the wireless industry throughout the Southeast and Midwest. Whether your issue involves understanding how to obtain zoning or other regulatory approvals, lobbying the legislature, or negotiating site leases, our wireless team will assist you in managing the many legal issues encountered by members of the industry ? carriers, tower companies, and service providers. Branch Communications Service Company 1516 South Boston, Ste. 215 Tulsa, OK 74119 Contact: Johnie Johnson 918-949-4551 jj@branchcomm.net www.branchcomm.net Branch Communications is a leading independent owner, operator and marketer of wireless com- munications infrastructure in the United States. Currently, Branch manages a portfolio of over 400 cell sites across the country. Branch Communica- tions is a full service solutions provider for the wireless industry. Brivo Systems Service Company 10776 Brewer House Road Rockville, MD 20852 Contact: Jonathan Polon 240-428-3304 jonathan.polon@brivo.com www.brivo.com Broadband T Corporation Service Company 1720 Jet Stream Drive, Ste. 212 Colorado Springs, CO 80921 www.broadband-t.com BTM Engineering Service Company 3001 Taylor Springs Drive Louisville, KY 40220 502-459-8402 wmarcum@btmeng.com www.btmeng.com Buell Consulting, Inc. Service Company 1360 Energy Park Drive, Ste. 210 St. Paul, MN 55108 Contact: Bill Buell 651-225-0793 bbuell@buellconsulting.com www.buellconsulting.com Building Technology Solutions Service Company 273 Grawtown Road Jackson, NJ 08527 Contact: David Williams 848-223-5240 d.w@btsus.net www.btsus.net 1 to 100 Gbps wireless links with mobile self- contained outdoor/indoor data storage/carrier switch micro-modular units along with providing network infrastructure engineering expertise. BuzB Service Company 129 W. Official Road Addison, IL 60101 630-543-5560 info@buzbcorp.com www.buzbcorp.com BuzB offers detailed field mapping service for all tower structures of any make and model, including guyed tower, self-supporting towers, monopoles and water tanks. BuzB covers the Midwest and Mid-South, from Minnesota to Arkansas and from Kansas to Ohio. Byers Engineering Company Service Company www.byers.com/about.html Byers provides outside and inside plant design, planning, project management, inspection, and right of way acquisition services, both wireline and wireless, for RBOCs, ILECs, CLECs, IXCs, utilities, cable television companies, and commercial orga- nizations throughout the United States. C Squared Systems, LLC Service Company 65 Dartmouth, Unit A3 Auburn, NH 03032 603-644-2800 siteportal.sales@csquaredsystems.com www.c2siteportal.com C Squared Systems, LLC (C. Systems) is an RF en- gineering and consulting company specializing in providing services for complete wireless coverage from RF analysis to design and implementation to monitoring support. SitePortal., a customiz- able web-based software, was engineered by C. Systems to remotely monitor and manage complex multi-vendor environments. More than just alarm- ing, SitePortal. delivers a complete management solution to view notifications, system parameters, and reports with the ability to troubleshoot devices directly from your laptop. Caldwell Compliance Consulting Company 925-365-1160 www.caldwellcompliance.com Caldwell Compliance brings unparalleled expertise managing FCC/FAA regulatory compliance for wireless site construction. We ensure compliance is taken care of 100%, so our clients can focus on developing a competitive network of audit-proof sites. Caltrop Service Company 9337 Milliken Ave. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 480-241-6363 mdostal@caltrop.com www.caltrop.com Caltrop?s workforce has a solid reputation for completing large, complex wireless network projects throughout the country. Their multi-disciplinary team of professionals applies a broad range of experience to provide a stream- lined approach to workfl ow management that generates significant cost savings through reduced deployment time and cost. With Caltrop as your single source for turnkey services, you can count on true value-added services. CamTelcom Inc. Service Company 8101 Ellis Rd Ravenna, MI 49451 231-557-4383 camwea@msn.com Fiber Optics Splicing and Testing, FTTT, FTTP, FTTH, Long Haul Fiber, Emergency Fiber Restoration. Hot Cuts, Fiber Verification, Audits, New Projects Supplier Guide 23 Circle Point Technology Service Company 1530 Nandina Ave. Perris, CA 92571 949-690-5057 lturner@circlepointinc.com www.circlepointinc.com Circlepoint Technology specializes in the development and implementation of network infrastructure for wireless carriers and large wire- less infrastructure providers. Circlepoint offers its customers fully integrated network solutions specializing in site acquisition, architectural and engineering design, construction, equipment installation, testing and commissioning services. We promise to evaluate your individual needs to bring the most value to your wireless communi- cation requirements. CIS Communications Service Company 749 Old Ballas Road Creve Coeur, MO 63141 314-569-2275 julie@ciscomm.com www.ciscomm.com CIS Communications is based in St. Louis and provides site development (site selection, lease space and purchase negotiation, architectural and engineering drawings, due diligence, zoning approval and permit coordination including UMTS and LTE upgrade coordination) construc- tion management and rooftop management services. Civil & Environmental Consultants Service Company 405 Duke Drive, Ste. 270 Franklin, TN 37067 615-333-7797 lparker@cecinc.com www.cecinc.com Civil Solutions Incorporated Service Company www.csicommunications.com Civil Solutions Incorporated is a full turnkey company established in 2001 providing com- prehensive single source solutions to identify, lease, permit, design, construct, implement, and maintain wireless networks Nationwide. CellTex Site Services, Ltd. Service Company PO Box 700452 San Antonio, TX 78270 210-219-5529 cghuber@celltextowers.com www.celltextowers.com Build-to-Suit towers and site acquisition. Cellular Specialties Service Company 670 N. Commercial St. Manchester, NH 03101 603-626-6677 csisales@cellularspecialties.com www.cellularspecialties.com Cellular Specialties (CSI) delivers products and services enabling anytime, anywhere wireless connectivity for 3G and 4G cellular, Wi-Fi and public safety coverage. Visit www.cellularspecial- ties.com. Centerline Solutions Service Company 16360 Table Mountain Parkway Golden, CO 80403 303-993-3293 blittle@centerlinesolutions.com www.centerlinesolutions.com Centerline Solutions is a full turn key wireless services company. We help design, build, modify and maintain wireless networks. CES Network Services, Inc. Service Company 13904 Josey Lane P.O. Box 810256 Dallas, TX 75381 Contact: Chester Manfred 972 241 3683 EXT 125 cesnet@cesnetser.com www.cesnetser.com Voice, Data & Video MAN / LAN / WAN System Integrator Consultant. CES provides professional consulting, planning, design, and construction phase services for multi-user facilities nation- wide. CIC Service Company cicusa.com The CIC team has over 1,000 years of collective microwave radio experience in applications for wireless backhaul, ultra low latency HFT, oil & gas, rural broadband, mobility, and wireless point to point communication links. Capital Tower & Communications Service Company 13330 Amberly Road Waverly, NE 68462 402-786-3333 tonym@capitaltower.com www.capitaltower.com Carpenter Consulting Group Service Company 17 Industrial Street Rochester, NY 14614 Contact: Don Carpenter 585-370-9516 info@carpentercg.com www.carpentercg.com Wireless Site Development company, providing site acquisition, A&E & construction management services. CBM of America Inc., Service Company www.cbmusa.com CBM of America, Inc., has been an innovator and niche provider of Network Solutions and Custom Network Products for the Telecom Industry for over 20 years. We specialize in networking products and solutions that provide seamless IP migration of legacy protocol interfaces, such as BX25 & X25. Celerity Integrated Services Service Company 2083 Quaker Pointe Drive Quakertown, PA 18951 215-538-1600 demma@cistele.com www.cistele.com Cell Blocks Service Company 277 Sumption Drive Columbus, OH 43230 614-800-0534 philcolflesh@cellblocksinc.com www.cellblocksinc.com Cell Tower Attorney Legal Services 16001 Waterleaf Lane Fort Myers, FL 33908 813-335-4766 ken@celltowerattorney.com www.celltowerattorney.com Supplier Guide 24 Dynis LLC Service Company www.dynis.com Founded in 1992, DYNIS is a world-class provider of a comprehensive Ste. of communica- tion and data network implementation services through our impressive team of dedicated industry professionals. Earthcom, Inc. Service Company 3424 Corwin Rd. Williamston, MI 48895 517-482-1750 info@earthcom.us www.earthcominc.com Earthcom is a full-service provider of wireless services including OSP, DAS/ODAS and cell site construction & maintenance. Eastpointe Industries, Inc Service Company 4020 Tull Ave. Muskogee, OK 74403 Contact: Marty Halliday 918-683-2169 www.ep-ind.com Eastpointe Industries is a Tower and Structural Components Manufacturer. Located in Muskogee Oklahoma supplying Self Support, Guyed Towers. Manufacturing a wide range of tower modifica- tion materials. EDX Wireless Service Company 1400 Executive Parkway, Ste. 430 Eugene, OR 97401 541-345-0019 sales@edx.com www.edx.com Dali Wireless Service Company 535 Middlefield Road, Ste. 280 Menlo Park, CA 94025 Contact: Wendy Har 855-250-5082 info@daliwireless.com www.daliwireless.com Dewberry Service Company 600 Parsippany Rd, Ste. 310 Parsippany, NJ 07054 Contact: Greg Nawrotzki 973-576-9653 gnawrotzki@dewberry.com www.dewberry.com Doty Moore Tower Services Service Company 1140 Welsh Road, Ste. 250 North Wales, PA 19454 215-631-1323 ed.deetscreek@stainlessllc.com www.stainlessllc.com Downs Rachlin Martin Service Company PO Box 190 Burlington, VT 05402 Contact: Elizabeth L. Kohler 802-846-8382 ekohler@drm.com www.drm.com Dynamic Environmental Associates, Inc Service Company PO Box 7058 Lake Worth, FL 33466 877-968-4787 DJermakian@DynamicEnvironmental.com www.DynamicEnvironmental.com Dynamic Environmental Associates, Inc. provides full-service, results oriented, environmental consulting to our clients with complete solutions for their environmental issues. By following our core principles: Experience, Commitment, Quality and Innovation, DEA has achieved recognition from both the tower industry and competitors alike as being leading experts in environmental assessment and compliance. For twenty years Dynamic Environmental Associates has been providing the tower and telecommunications industry with thorough and efficient professional environmental services. CLC Lodging Service Company 8111 E. 32nd Street North, Ste 300 Wichita, KS 67226 800-835-4045 cfarr@clclodging.com www.clclodging.com CLC Lodging, a division of FleetCor, reduces what you pay for workforce lodging while cut- ting staff time spent finding hotels, negotiating rates, auditing bills, reviewing expense reports and tracking costs. CLC?s buying power of more than 10 million room nights annually provides clients with deeply discounted hotel rates. CLC has more than 30 years? experience as a leading provider of lodging management programs to businesses, serving thousands of clients in North America. Clearfield Service Company 5480 Nathan Lane Plymouth, MN 55442 800-422-2537 sales@clfd.net www.ClearfieldConnection.com Varying cell site deployment scenarios and net- work architectures pose challenges for network operators to standardize on a single solution. By offering a scalable single building block solution, Clearfield provides a flexible and cost-effective solution for standardization of passive equip- ment across multiple wireless carriers and the variety of equipment housings encountered. Standardization improves efficiency and service turn-up time as learning curves are reduced. ClearShot Communications Service Company 5 Great Valley Parkway, Ste. 333 Malvern, PA 19355 610-648-3895 dul@clearshotcom.com www.clearshotcom.com Concordia Wireless Service Company 361 Randy Road, Ste. 101 Carol Stream, IL 60188 Contact: GM Sadat 847-708-7500 gmsadat@concordiawireless.com www.condordiawireless.com Supplier Guide 25 ETNB Communications Service Company 3030-1/2 9th Ave Los Angeles, CA 90018 213-915-7014 nboseman@etnbcommunications.com www.etnbcommunications.com Network Support & Training Eupen Cable USA Service Company 5181 110th Ave N, Unit D Clearwater, FL 3760 www.eupen.us Evans Engineering Solutions Service Company www.evansengsolutions.com 216 Green Bay Road, Suite 105 Thiensville, WI 53092 Contact: Ben Evans 262-518-0002 ben@evansengsolutions.com Providing services to the wireless industry including microwave planning and licensing, coverage maps, intermodulation studies and RF exposure assessments. Expert Construction Managers Service Company 815 S. Kings Ave. Brandon, FL 33511 813-335-4765 bill@brown.org www.expertconstructionmanagersinc.com Express Technologies Service Company 1127 International Parkway, Ste. 293 Fredericksburg, VA 22406 540-752-6691 mnorris@express-tek.com www.express-tek.com Environmental Corporation of America Service Company 1375 Union Hill Industrial Court Alpharetta, GA 30004 770-667-2040 marvin.webster@eca-usa.com www.eca-usa.com ECA is an environmental, geotechnical, and NEPA/SHPO regulatory consultant specializing in wireless telecommunications. Its staff of engi- neers, scientists, historians and archaeologists has processed thousands of wireless facilities throughout the United States under the FCC NEPA rules and the EPA Phase I AAI and ASTM standard. Environmentex Service Company 6060 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 560 Dallas, TX 75206 214-793-7317 brian@environmentex.com www.environmentex.com Ericsson Service Company 6300 Legacy Dr Plano, TX 75024 Contact: Desiree Ruiz 972-583-6339 desiree.ruiz@ericsson.com www.ericsson.com At Ericsson we use innovation to empower people, business and society. We envisage a Networked Society that is sustainable, and where everything that can benefit from a connection will have one. Our mobile and fixed networks, multimedia solutions and telecom services make a real difference to people?s lives, and the world we live in. ETA International Service Company 5 Depot St. Greencastle, IN 46135 800-288-3824 eta@eta-i.org www.eta-i.org ETA International, a not-for-profit, professional association, certifies today?s technicians in tomorrow?s technologies ETA certifications are accredited through ICAC and align with ISO- 17024 standards. Ehresmann Engineering, Inc. Service Company 4400 W 31st Street Yankton, SD 57078 Contact: Eric Taylor 605-665-7532 e.taylor@ehresmannengineering.com www.ehresmannengineering.com Ehresmann Engineering, Inc. is a tower engi- neering and manufacturing company. We have been in the Telecommunication Industry since 1983, have engineering staff with over 100 total years of tower engineering experience. We have performed thousands of analysis on numerous types, and heights of towers with various manu- facturers. We offer a full line of towers: guyed and self-supporting towers, 3 and 4 legged towers, monopoles, flagpoles, monopines, cross poles, and other concealment solutions. Our 77,000 sq. ft. facility is conveniently located in the center of the US which enables us to provide short shipping times to both coasts. We have provided services in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and in countries around the world. EMF Telecom, Inc. Service Company 328 Hill Avenue Nashville, TN 37210 615-291-6279 info@emftelecom.com www.emftelecom.com EMF Telecom, Inc. is a veteran owned and run business founded in 2005. We specialize in tower, property and site acquisition services with offices in Nashville, TN, Columbus, OH and Orlando, FL. Engineering Associates Service Company 1220 Old Alpharetta Road, Ste. 390 Alpharetta, GA 30005 678-455-7266 lcobb@engineeringassociates.com www.engineeringassociates.com Engineering Specialties Group Service Company 8501 Turnpike Drive, Ste. 106 Westminster, CO 80031 303-482-3186 joeld@engineeringspecialtiesgroup.com www.engineeringspecialtiesgroup.com Supplier Guide 26 Fred Hopengarten Legal Services 6 Willarch Road Lincoln, MA 01773 781-259-0088 hopengarten@post.harvard.edu www.antennazoning.com Fujitsu Service Company 2801 Telecom Parkway Richardson, TX 75082 Contact: David Oberholzer 972-479-2415 david.oberholzer@us.fujitsu.com us.fujitsu.com/telecom Fujitsu Network Communications Inc. is a market-leading provider of communications network equipment and services. The company also offers multivendor solutions for the design, implementation, migration, support, and man- agement of wireless and optical networks. Fullerton Engineering Service Company 300 N. Martingale Road, Ste 500 Schaumburg, IL 60173 Contact: Jeff Latzko 224-585-4430 startshere@fullertonengineering.com www.fullertonengineering.com Telecom A&E and Structural Engineering Firm, DAS, Small Cell, OSP. Further LLC Service Company www.furtherllc.com Founded in 2002 by wireless industry veterans, FES has rapidly grown to become a leading provider of innovative solutions to leading telecommunications providers and equipment manufacturers. GCB Services Service Company www.gcbservices.com GCB headquartered in Virginia is one of the premier independent providers of engineering & Information Technology services to the wireless telecom and IT industry. GE Critical Power Service Company 601 Shiloh Road Plano, TX 75074 Contact: Asha Devasia 877-546-3243 info.criticalpower@ge.com www.gecriticalpower.com FDH Velocitel Service Company 1033 Skokie Blvd, Ste. 320 Northbrook, IL 60062 Ken Czosnowski 847-778-0879 kenneth.czosnowski@fdhvelocitel.com www.fdhvolecitel.com FIBREBOND Service Company 1300 Davenport Drive Minden, LA 71055 Contact: Lindsey McElhatten 318-371-6376 lindsey.mcelhatten@fibrebond.com www.fibrebond.com Fidelity National Title Insurance, Co. Service Company 7130 Glen Forest Drive Richmond, Va. 23226 Contact: Eileen Hastings 804-267-2086 Eileen.Hastings@fnf.com clss.fntg.com Fidelity National Title Insurance Co. provides the wireless industry title, closing, recording services nationwide. Title reports for due diligence; Title insurance for leasehold & fee interest, easement estates; Recording services to record MOLs, amendments, deeds, assignments. Full Closing services for acquisition transactions. Fiorio Communications Consulting Service Company 12700 Chapel Chase Drive Clarksville, MD 21029 240-793-2110 pf@fi oriocom.com FirstCarbon Solutions Service Company FirstCarbon Solutions Irvine, CA 92602 Contact: Jeffrey Shamas 714-508-4100 jshamas@firstcarbonsolutions.com www.firstcarbonsolutions.com In addition to providing comprehensive environ- mental resource management & regulatory com- pliance services, FCS provides NEPA, SHPO, NAHC compliance with extensive experience on projects involving, but not limited to: Tower, DAS, Small Cell, and other non-tower structure construction and collocation. ExteNet Systems Service Company 3030 Warrenville Road, Ste. 340 Lisle, IL 60532 Contact: Manish Matta 630-505-3800 mmatta@extenetsystems.com www.extenetsystems.com ExteNet Systems designs, builds, owns and oper- ates distributed networks for use by wireless car- riers and venue owners in key strategic markets. Using distributed antenna systems (DAS), small cells, Wi-Fi and other technologies, ExteNet deploys networks to enhance coverage and capacity and enable superior wireless service in both outdoor and indoor environments. Fairview Telecom Service Company 11450 Leyden Way Thornton, CO 80233 570-766-1370 pscar@ptd.net Faulk & Foster Service Company 1811 Auburn Avenue Monroe, LA 71201 Contact: Joe Derry 800-779-0495 joe.derry@faulkandfoster.com www.faulkandfoster.com Faulk & Foster provides real estate solutions for wireless and wireline network development, renewable utility infrastructure, and commercial mortgage lending. FDH Service Company 222 S. Central Ave., Ste. 1110 St. Louis, MO 63105 Contact: Amy Jokerst 314-773-4000 ajokerst@fdh-inc.com www.fdh-inc.com FDH is a multi-disciplinary firm that provides a combination of engineering investigation and construction management services to customers in the telecommunications market. FDH employs more than 200+ people with offices in Raleigh, NC; St. Louis, MO; Irvine, CA; and Baton Rouge, LA. Our principals have completed a broad range of projects throughout the United States and have dedicated themselves to becoming a leading authority in engineering design, project management, and investigations. Supplier Guide 27 communication needs. Whether you?re a govern- ment entity, utility company, service provider, ed- ucational or healthcare institution, or enterprise business, our experienced team will assess your infrastructure goals and deliver an integrated, comprehensive solution that integrates the most advanced technologies. GSS Service Company 3311 109th St. Urbandale, IA 50322 515-331-2103 sjblazenko@gssmidwest.com www.gssmidwest.com GTL (USA) INC. Service Company 5200 Tennyson Pkwy., Ste. 200 Plano, TX 75024 Contact: Raj Kunwar Singh Chhabra info@gtlamericas.com www.gtlamericas.com GTL is a leading network services provider. Our services include Network Design & Optimization, Site Acquisition Services, Micro Network Solu- tions, Professional (Staffing) Services, Network Operations & Maintenance Services and Cus- tomer Experience Management Solutions. GTS Service Company 230 Mountain Brook Ct Canton, GA 30115 Contact: Adam Biesecker 770-345-1670 abiesecker@gts-yes.com www.gts-yes.com GTS has been providing communications and infrastructure services since 1988. We offer turnkey engineering and construction services for DAS, Tower, Wireless, Broadband, Fiber,Cabling, Networking, and many other forms of communi- cations infrastructure deployment. GTS is a DEBT FREE, Engineering driven, operation serving the entire country. Proven, Principled, Professional service is the heartbeat of GTS. Guisys Service Company 40W320 Lafox Road Campton Hills, IL 60175 630-762-8540 stever@guisys.com www.guisys.com Granger Telecom Service Company 5722 Kenwick San Antonio , TX 78238 Contact: Paul Tomerlin 210-521-8088 paul.tomerlin@grangertelecom.com grangertelecom.com Grapevine Solutions Service Company Grapevine Solutions Lenoir City, TN 37772 Robert Hadigian sales@grapevinesolutions.com grapevinesolutions.com Grapevine Solutions provides technology consult- ing, vendor evaluation, tower service, construction management and NOC services. Our philosophy is you don?t need to be a tier 1 service provider to be treated like one and our experience is from the top of the tower to the boardroom. Graybar Service Company 34 N. Meramec St Lous, MO 63105 Contact: Heather Delz 407-835-4521 heather.delz@graybar.com www.graybar.com Green Mountain Service Company 702 Riverwood Drive Pembroke, NH 3275 603-717-7117 w.solutions@greenmtncomm.com www.greenmountaincommunications.com/ Green Mountain is equipped to engineer, install, and furnish wired/wireless systems in the north- east covering site acquisition, indoor/outdoor DAS, Wi-Fi, small cells, wired/wireless backhaul, tower services and optical networking. Green Mountain Service Company 702 Riverwood Drive Pembroke, NH 03275 Contact: Catherine Drouin 603-717-7117 w.solutions@greenmtncomm.com www.greenmountaincommunications.com/ Green Mountain is the source for integrated wired/wireless communication solutions for busi- nesses in the northeast. Our end-to-end solutions are customized to meet your entire portfolio of GlenMartin Holding Co, LLC Service Company 11910 Shiloh Rd., Ste. 186 Dallas TX 75228 Contact: Marie Velazquez 469-475-6243 marie.velazquez@glenmartin.com www.glenmartin.com GlenMartin is a Global leader in the telecommu- nications industry. Specializing in infrastructure development of support structures and network connectivity for a wide variety of telecommunica- tions and utility solutions. GlenMartin designs, installs, upgrades, services (L&A) and provides maintenance to new or existing telecom sites. Financing options including built-to-suit lease options and full ownership. Our products and services provide end to end solutions for our customers most difficult challenges. Global Technical Solutions, LLC. Service Company 2701 Ridgelake Dr. Metairie, LA 70002 Contact: Charles Farrell 504-875-9633 Charles@GlobalTechnicalSolutionsLLC.com www.globaltechnicalsolutionsllc.com Licensed Electrical Contractor operating in 18 States, LTE, UMTS, Small Cell, Civil work. Fast response times. GME Supply Service Company 1801 Westfall Drive Columbia, MO 65202 Contact: Caleb Messer 718-210-3913 info@gmesupply.com www.gmesupply.com Goodman Networks Service Company 6400 International Pkwy, Ste. 1000 Plano, TX 75093 Contact: Scott Pickett 942-406-9692 spickett@goodmannetworks.com www.goodmannetworks.com Goodman Networks is a leader in the design, engineering and deployment of fixed and mobile networks. With a track record of success work- ing with the largest service providers in North America, Goodman Networks is leading the industry in the deployment of new technologies such as LTE, Small Cell and DAS solutions. Supplier Guide 28 InSite Wireless Group Service Company 1199 North Fairfax St, Ste. 700 Alexandria, VA 22314 703-535-3009 www.insitewireless.com Ira Wiesenfeld & Associates Service Company 7711 Scotia Drive Dallas, TX 75248 Contact: Ira Wiesenfeld, P.E. 214-707-7711 iwiesenfel@aol.com www.IWA-RADIO.com Consulting firm that is involved with the design, installation, maintenance and training on radio, paging, and other communications systems. Isotrope Service Company 503 Main St. Medfield, MA 02052 508-359-8833 riggs@isotrope.im www.isotrope.im Isotrope offers municipalities and industries total support in design, specification, evaluation and construction of wireless facilities. The company provides expert testimony, zoning assistance, coverage mapping, project management, RF design. IVI Telecom Services Service Company 55 W. Red Oak Lane White Plains, NY 10604 (914) 694-9600 telecom@ivi-intl.com www.ivi-intl.com IVI Telecom Services offers a wide spectrum of environmental services for nationwide telecom- munications infrastructure development ranging from environmental site assessments to FCC and NEPA screenings and Section 106 consultations. At IVI, specialists understand your program and schedule constraints and use their expertise to help you realize your goals in a cost-effective and timely manner. HUBER+SUHNER, Inc. Service Company 8530 Steele Creek Place Dr, Ste. H Charlotte, NC 28273 Contact: Bill Burress 704-790-7300 info.na@hubersuhner.com www.hubersuhner.com Hutton Communications Service Company 2520 Marsh Lane Carrollton, TX 75006 www.huttononline.com ID Construction Services LLC Service Company www.idconstruction.com Infotech Enterprises America LLC Service Company www.infotech-enterprises.com Services provider for major tier-1 and tier-2 telcos worldwide, Global footprint with long- standing relationships with major telecoms, Over 2,500 dedicated telecom professionals with a deep knowledge of advanced technologies, End-to-end network solutions from implementing network inventory systems to optimizing opera- tional costs, and integration of network inventory with B/OSS and ERP to enable seamless service provisioning and assurance. Ingeuity Industries, Inc. Service Company Ingeuity Industries, inc. Marysville, CA 95901 Contact: Matthew Younce 530-933-1522 matthew@bondwasher.com www.bondwasher.com We provide specialized Washers for Bonding & Grounding with PIM reduction at the Ground Bar. We meet DAFARS Specifications and are an all USA Product. INOC Service Company 500 Skokie Blvd. Northbrook, IL 60062 hbaylor@inoc.com www.inoc.com INOC provides outsourced 24x7 NOC support for wireless networks for Neutral Host Providers, Integrators and Carriers. INOC can help improve network availability and reliability. As a seasoned NOC services provider INOC brings 14 years of continuous NOC support experience to bear on and help to improve client?s operational workflow. Heartland Networks Service Company 1023 15th Street, NW, Ste 1100 Washington, DC 20005 Contact: Tim Haley thaley@heartlandnetworks.com www.HeartlandNetworks.com Wireless Network / Infrastructure Development & Services; site acq, zoning, A&E, construction, upgrades, DAS, BTS / Leaseback, turnkey GC services. Henkels & McCoy Service Company 985 Jolly Road Blue Bell, PA 19422 Contact: Bob Dundon 215-283-7764 bdundon@henkels.com www.henkels.com Henkels & McCoy has helped customers deal with their changing communications infrastruc- ture needs from source to end user since 1923. We perform work for telephone companies, carriers, wireless providers, government agencies, utilities, educational institutions, and the private sector on projects of every scale. With wireless capabilities that span 4G rollouts and complex DAS installations to structural analysis and tower modifications, our wireless network solutions incorporate safety, quality, on-time performance, and effective program and cost management. HetNets Tower Corp/Towerstream Service Company 88 Silva Lane Middletown, RI 02842 Contact: Brad Gannon 401-952-4756 bgannon@hetnets.com www.hetnets.com Huawei Service Company www.huawei.com/us Huawei is a leading global ICT solutions provider. We are committed to creating maximum value for telecom operators, enterprises and consumers by providing competitive solutions and services. Our products and solutions have been deployed in over 140 countries, serving more than one- third of the world?s population. Supplier Guide 29 KMM Service Company 9 Law Drive, Ste. 13 Fairfield, NJ 07004 Contact: Sarah McNab 973-244-1262 info@kmmcorp.net www.kmmcorp.net KMM specializes in providing best-in-class supply chain and logistics services to the U.S telecommunications industry. Founded in 1991, KMM is a Woman Owned Business Enterprise. Kohler Power Systems Service Company 6640 Northwest Kansas City, MO 64151 Contact: Gene Wanger 816-591-6760 gene.wagner@kohler.com www.kohlerpower.com LandSource Service Company 6730 Exchequer Drive Baton Rouge, LA 70809 225-752-0995 patterson@landsource.com www.landsource.com Lansdowne Service Company St. Anna PLatz 2 50538 Munich Germany Contact: Lothar Hessel lothar.hessel@lansdowneconsulting.com www.lansdowneconsulting.com Law Office of Ronald Tucceri Service Company 6300 Creedmoor Road, Ste. 170-105 Raleigh, NC 27612 Contact: Ronald Tucceri 919-795-2437 ron@rtlaw.net www.rtlaw.net Experienced attorney providing advice in the areas of towers, DAS, small cells and rooftops, including purchases and sales, network deploy- ments, vendors, collocations and securing properties for installations. cities/50 states. In 2011, KGI initiated our Site Acquisition Group, which has successfully sup- ported 1,000+ projects including UMTS and LTE upgrades, new sites, DAS installations, antenna modifications and regulatory compliance. KGP Companies Service Company 3305 Hwy 60 West Faribault, MN 55021 800-755-1950 contactkgp@kgpte.com www.kgpcompanies.com KGP Companies, including both KGP Logistics and BlueStream Professional Services, is a value-added supplier of supply chain services, communications equipment and integrated solutions to the telecommunications industry. With a national logistics network and a complete portfolio of manufacturer partnerships, KGP Companies is uniquely positioned as the solu- tions provider of choice. KGP Logistics Service Company 3305 Hwy 60 West Faribault, MN 55021 800-755-1950 contactkgp@kgptel.com www.kgplogistics.com KGP Logistics is one of the country?s largest single-source; value-added suppliers of supply chain services, communications equipment and integrated solutions to the telecommu- nications industry. With a diverse and valued customer base, a national logistics network, and a portfolio of manufacturer partnerships that is second to none, KGP Logistics is well positioned to provide unique products and services to solve critical deployment needs. KMB Design Group Service Company 1800 Rt 34, Ste. 209 Wall, NJ, 07719 Contact: Stephen Banks 732-674-2989 sbanks@kmbdg.com www.kmbdg.com KMB Design Group, LLC is a provider of turnkey engineering, construction and project manage- ment services. KMB specializes in the design and deployment of complex projects for telecom- munication providers across the nation covering terrestrial wireless, satellite, public safety, micro- wave backhaul and DAS. KMB has offices in New York, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco and Dallas. JTS Service Company 5310 S. Cockrell Hill Road Dallas, TX 75236 972-620-1435 x.140 sales@jts.net www.jts.net JTS is a systems integrator, specializing in wire- less infrastructure. We perform turn-key design, installation, and maintenance of microwave backhaul, Wi-Fi, and WiMAX networks. Kathrein USA Service Company Greenway Plaza II 2400 Lakeside Blvd., Ste. 650 Richardson, TX 75082 Contact: Capriccio Martin 214-238-8800 sales@kathrein.com www.kathrein.com KCS Service Company 1125 Remington Road Schaumburg, IL 60173 847-490-8200 m.sethi@kcscorp.com www.kcscorp.com Kenwood Telecom Service Company 3431 Novis Pointe Acworth, GA 30101 888-439-0500 sales@kenwoodtelecom.com www.kenwoodtelecom.com Manufacturer of tower site infrastructure steel and accessories such as sector frames, ice bridge kits and cable support accessories. Prod- uct engineering, development and improvement. KGI Service Company Building Three, Ste. 370, 805 Las Cimas Parkway Austin, Texas 78746 Contact: Mike Kampen 512-345-9595 Ext 210 www.KGIWireless.com KGI offers over 16 years of specialized wireless real estate experience, expanding our Inbound Collocation Services operations to a national workforce of 45 employees and contractors. Our site portfolio now includes 20,000 wireless sites (towers, and prime retail sites) in 9,000 Supplier Guide 30 MasTec Network Solutions Service Company 4401 Northside Parkway, Ste. 600 Atlanta, GA 30327 Contact: Shauncey Mashia 678-925-8301 shauncey.mashia@mastec.com www.mastecnetworksolutions.com Over the course of the last 80 years, MasTec Net- work Solutions companies have been involved in some of the largest and most complex telecom infrastructure projects across the country. Our experience has given us a deep and compre- hensive understanding of the markets we serve, as well as the ability to effectively manage people, projects and equipment. It allows us to proactively identify challenges, avoid pitfalls, and overcome obstacles, and to accurately set and meet expectations for schedule and budget. With offices across the country, a workforce of nearly 2,000 skilled professionals, and an extensive wholly owned fleet of specialized construction equipment, MasTec Network Solutions has the resources needed to reliably deliver quality work for even the most complicated jobs. Our geo- graphic reach, scalability, and overall financial stability enable us to meet each of our custom- ers changing needs on a daily basis. Our core services are the engineering, building, installing, maintaining and upgrading of infrastructure for communications customers, through self-per- formed work and project management. Media Venture Partners Service Company 244 Jackson St., 4th Floor San Francisco, CA 94111 415-391-4877 info@mediaventurepartners.com www.mediaventurepartners.com Providing strategic counsel and financial ser- vices, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and debt raises, valuations and appraisals, Media Venture Partners has completed over $14 billion in transactions and focuses on clients in the media, telecom, datacenter, renewables and technology industries. Founded in 1987, Media Venture Partners has offices in San Francisco; Kansas City, MO; Boston and Boulder, Colo. Lyle Service Company 3140 Gold Camp Drive, Ste. 30 Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 Contact: Matt Johnson 916-266-7019 mjohnson@lyleco.com www.lyleco.com Lyle is a leading solutions partner in the wireless industry, and we?re focused on creating value by exceeding our clients expectations. Our expertise includes Lease Management & Optimization, Renewable Energy Solutions, Site Development, Collocation Management, Field & File Audits, and Professional Services. M-Tel Service Company 2370 Nash Road Bownmanville, ON L1C 3K4 www.mtelinc.ca Mainline Communications Inc. Service Company www.mainlinecomm.com Mainline Communications Inc. is a leading pro- vider of telecommunication contractual supplier services, through time & expense (T&E) and/or fixed bid contracts, to leading RBOC and CLEC companies nationwide. Malouf Engineering Service Company 17950 Preston Road, Ste. 720 Dallas, TX 75252 972-783-2578 info@maloufengineering.com www.maloufengineering.com MALOUF ENGINEERING INTERNATIONAL, INC. (MEI) was established in 1992 as a consulting structural engineering firm specializing in tele- communication and utility structures and related facility buildings with the goal of providing high level of technical services with personal involve- ment and attention to our clients? requirements. Martin Environmental Solutions Service Company 8823 San Jose, Ste. 103 Jacksonville, FL 32217 Contact: Heather M. Cucci 904-737-1034 www.martinenviro.com Lawrence Behr Associates, Inc. Service Company 3400 Tupper Drive Greenville, NC 27834 Contact: Mike Britner 252-757-0279 lbagrp@lbagroup.com www.lawrencebehrassociates.com Provides consulting, test, project management & design services in communication system coverage, RF interference & compatibility mat- ters, electromagnetic shielding, radio frequency safety & collocation of diverse communications facilities. We have broad expertise in regulatory & allocation matters, & radio system coverage & path prediction. LCC Service Company 7900 Westpark Dr. Ste. A300 McLean, VA 22102 703-873-2000 info@lcc.com www.lcc.com LCC, the largest independent telecom services company in the world with local presence in over 50 countries, is a recognized leader in providing consulting and network services to the telecom- munications industry. Proudly providing wireless expertise since 1983, we continue to be the thought leader in advanced engineering services and remain committed to offering innovative solutions, insight into cutting-edge developments and delivering advanced networking services to our clients. Legacy Telecommunications, Inc. Service Company PO Box 360 Burley, WA 98322 Contact: Robert Irving 253-858-0214 bobi@legacytowers.com www.legacytowers.com Diversified Communication Infrastructure Service firm doing construction, maintenance, optimiza- tion, microwave, generators, fiber, remote access and multi disciplined diagnostics. Serving the Pacific NW and Rockies. Supplier Guide 31 Multiwave Sensors Service Company 8510 Torbram Road, Unit 67 Brampton, Ontario L6T 5C7 Contact: Bruce Clifford 905-458-9060 sales@multiwavesensors.com www.multiwavesensors.com MYCOM Service Company 1080 Holcomb Bridge Rd, Bldg 200, Ste. 350 Roswell, GA 30076 Contact: Virginie Daniel 770-776-0000 virginie.daniel@mycom-usa.com www.mycom.com MYCOM is a leading independent provider of carrier-grade Network and Services Performance Management and Advance Engineering Services to the world?s largest Communications Service Providers (CSPs). Its products, services and 700 staff are focused on delivering advanced network performance intelligence that enables CSPs to optimize networks, govern suppliers, rapidly launch new technology and services, and deliver high quality customer experiences. Narda Safety Test Solutions Service Company 435 Moreleand Road Hauppauge, NY 11788 www.narda-sts.us National Wireless Ventures LLC Service Company 1900 West Acre Rd. Joliet, IL 60435 Contact: Robert Stapleton 847-833-5448 rstapleton@nwv.me www.nwv.me Site acquisition services including leasing, zon- ing, permitting, government relations, special events facility placement (cows/colts) point to point microwave, project management. NATE Service Company 8 Second Street SE Watertown, SD 57201 Contact: Todd Schlekeway 605-882-5865 nate@natehome.com www.natehome.com knowledge of the New York Metro construction and political fields, Metro|NS consults with clients to ensure their networks are optimized and efficient. Mikab Service Company 21 Omaha St., P.O. Box 36 Dumont, NJ 07628 201-387-7700 Davidhauck@mikabcorp.com www.mikabcorp.com Milestone Media, LLC Service Company 848 N Rainbow Blvd #680 Las Vegas, NV 89107 303-335-9843 info@milestonemediallc.com www.milestonemediallc.com Acquisitions, divestitures, valuations, appraisals, strategic planning - sites, DAS, broadcast, spec- trum, cable television, fiber, and publishing. Millennium Wireless Services Service Company 3543 Dreher Shoals Road Irmo, SC 29063 803-661-7282 sales@mws.us.com www.mws.us.com Millennium Wireless Services is a southeastern U.S. telecom contractor specializing in cell-site equipment installation and integration devices. Established in 1998, Millennium Wireless Servic- es is a licensed general and electrical contractor and its employees often travel extensively for selected projects. Millennium Wireless Services takes great pride in each and every completed site. Mosaik Solutions Service Company 6423 Shelby View Dr., Ste 101 Memphis, TN 38134 901-377-8585 sales@mosaik.com www.mosaik.com Mosaik Solutions builds world-class applications backed by comprehensive wireless network intel- ligence. Make better decisions and attract more customers with accurate datasets and tailored marketing solutions. Mejia Telecommunications Company Service Company P.O. Box 8504 Coral Springs, FL 33075 Contact: Diego Mejia 787-409-6024 dmejia@mejiatelecom.com www.mejiatelecom.com With more than 20 years of experience, we specialized in tower and equipment installa- tion, technology installation (GSM,4g, LTE, etc.), RF installation, PIM and Sweep Test, AC/DC Equipment auditing, Turnkey projects and Project Management, steel structures supplies. Message Center Management, Inc. Service Company 40 Woodland Street Hartford, CT 06105 Contact: Chris Gelinas 888-973-SITE (7483) cgelinas@mcmgmt.com www.mcmgmt.com MCM is a wireless tower owner, developer, and rooftop site operator throughout the country. Wireless carriers count on MCM, Inc. to deliver premier site locations, including BTS opportuni- ties where and when they need them. Speed, efficiency, and creativity are critical for carrier network development either in new markets or enhancing existing. Look to MCM, Inc. as your site provider to deliver on those critical needs. Metaswitch Networks Service Company 201 Potrero Ave San Francisco, CA 94103 415.513.1500 contact@metaswitch.com www.metaswitch.com Metaswitch is powering the transition of commu- nication networks into a cloud-based, software- centric future. Metro Network Services Service Company 90 White Street New York, NY 10013 212-981-0700 sales@metrons.com www.metrons.com Metro|NS is managed and operated by the same team who built and sold the Lexent Metro Connect dark fiber optic network in Manhat- tan and New Jersey. Leveraging our experience constructing a proprietary network and our acute Supplier Guide 32 Parallel Infrastructure LLC Service Company 4601 Touchton Rd E, Bldg 300, Ste 3200 Jacksonville, FL 32246 Contact: Ed Myers 904-565-4129 ed@parallelinfrastructure.com www.parallelinfrastructure.com Parallel Infrastructure LLC is a national Right- of-Way (ROW) management and infrastructure development company. Parallel Infrastructure invests in and manages rights-of-way, creating significant value for both public and private own- ers. Headquartered in Jacksonville, Fla., Parallel Infrastructure is a wholly owned subsidiary of Florida East Coast Industries, Inc. Partner Engineering and Science, Inc. Service Company 2154 Torrance Blvd, Ste 200 Torrance, CA 90501 Contact: Dan Entler 800-419-4923 dentler@partneresi.com www.partneresi.com Partner Engineering and Science, Inc. (Partner) is a full-service environmental and engineering consulting firm completing projects nationwide. We specialize in evaluating properties in con- nection with real estate transactions, financing, development or management. Patriot Towers Inc. Service Company 9332 N 95th Way, Ste. B203 Scottsdale, AZ 85258 480-421-0234 dgray@patriot-tower.com www.patriot-tower.com Patriot Tower provides communication infrastruc- ture deployment for Federal, State and Local government agencies. Our services include site acquisition, engineering, procurement and con- struction. Our wireless team also provides sales and service of radio systems. Paul J. Ford and Company Service Company 250 E. Broad St., Ste. 1500 Columbus, OH 43215 Contact: Dave Hawkins 614-221-6679 contact_request@pjfweb.com www.pjfweb.com Paul J. Ford and Company is a nationally recognized leader in the design and analysis of lattice towers, monopoles, and design of tower reinforcing systems. Noble Engineering Consultants Service Company 123 E. Railroad St. Flora, IL 62839 618-662-5800 eseals@nbleng.com www.nbleng.com Nokia Solutions and Networks Service Company 6000 Connection Drive Irving, TX 75039 Contact: Pepe Lastres pepe.lastres@nsn.com www.nsn.com Nokia Solutions and Networks (NSN) provides the world???s most efficient mobile networks, the intelligence to maximize network value, and the services to make it all work seamlessly. OMNI-WiFi, LLC Service Company 70 Sullivan Street Berwick, MD 3901 800-610-6711 sales@OMNI-WiFi.com www.OMNI-WiFi.com OMNI-WiFi manufacturers wireless equipment -- transmitters, repeaters, and client-premises equipment that delivers among the most power- ful, longest range, and highest quality 802.11 signals available today. One Source Freight Solutions Service Company One Source Freight Solutions Tempe, AZ 85281 Contact: Dena Riley 480-525-9055 dena@onesrc.com www.onesrc.com We work with clients to create a fully integrated, custom solutions across a broad spectrum of project needs, handling everything from route planning and scheduling through communica- tions and construction. We offer the benefit of true turnkey service, covering materials-ordering to delivery and installation/dismantling. OptiMoS International Service Company 6290 Abbotts Bridge Rd. #103 Johns Creek, GA 30097 Contact: Craig Rosenblum info@OptiMoSInternational.com www.optimosinternational.com Provide RF Wireless services for Operator?s net- works; Macro and In-building (DAS, Small Cells). NetNearU Service Company 6155 El Camino Real Carlsbad, CA 92009 Contact; Robert Brown 619-955-8128 robert@nnu.com www.nnu.com Complete turn-key managed services for WiFi network delivery. From design to ongoing opera- tions and maintenance, NNU can manage the complete network lifecycle. Network Building + Consulting Service Company 6095 Marshalee Drive, Ste. 300 Elkridge, MD 21075 Contact: Jeff Ebihara 616-218-9444 jebihara@nbcllc.com www.networkbuilding.com Founded in 1984, NB+C is a leading wire- less site development firm comprised of three business units: Site Development, Engineering Services and Construction + Technical Services. We are staffed with over 300 professionals who are totally committed to client service and project results. NexGen Utility Solutions LLC Service Company 2050 Marconi Drive Ste. 300 Alpharetta, GA 30005 404-403-8149 cwood@nexgenusa.com www.nexgenusa.com NexGen Utility Solutions is a provider of device installation solutions and technical resources to leading energy utilities, communications compa- nies and OEM device manufacturers throughout the United States. Our company implements, builds and supports America?s infrastructure. Nexius Service Company www.nexius.com Nexius delivers end-to-end wireless services to leading carriers, and business intelligence solutions to data-driven industries. With over a thousand dedicated professionals, Nexius provides a full range of services in Network Deployment, Network Engineering, Technology Services, Network and Business Intelligence Solutions. Founded in 2001, Nexius has become one of the fastest growing telecom solutions providers by delivering innovative solutions and project success. Supplier Guide 33 and sales; site leasing work; zoning and land use; service, interconnection and right of way contracts. In addition, the Team is involved with acquisitions, IPOs, lender financings, and venture capital funding. We represent some of the world?s largest telecommunications companies, regional providers, site owners, as well as lend- ers and investors across the United States. PierCon Solutions Service Company 63 Beaver Brook Road, Ste. 201 Lincoln Park, NJ 07035 973-628-9330 jenniffer.hagin@piercon.net www.piercon.net Phoenix Telecom Solutions Service Company 3200 El Camino, Ste. 200 Irvine, CA 92602 Contact: Michael Johnson 714-602-3370 mjohnson@phoenix-ts.com www.phoenix-ys.com PORTER Site Concealment Service Company 164 Malbert St Building B Perris, CA 92570 951-940-9090 porter@porterrf.com porterrf.com Custom fabrication of RF transparent conceal- ment products including architectural structures, specialty towers and radomes. We ship our products anywhere in North America. Design and Engineering or build to specification. Powder River Development Services, LLC Service Company 219 S Wooddale Avenue Eagle, Idaho 83616 Contact: Andrew Dewhirst 208-938-8844 drew.dewhirst@powderriverdev.com www.powederriverdev.com Powder River Development Services, LLC was formed in 2003 by owners Patrick Campbell and Andrew Dewhirst. We provide the wireless industry our expert services for site acquisition, zoning, permitting, project management, archi- tectural & engineering, structural services, and construction management. We employ knowl- edgeable team members who perform their tasks in a timely manner, at a competitive price and to the satisfaction of our clientele. Penn-Tech Service Company 3 S. Bacon Hill Road, Unit 2 Frazer, PA 19355 484-395-0145 pti@ptii.net www.ptii.net Peppertree Capital Capital Firm 86 West Street Chagrin Falls, Ohio 44022 Contact: F. Howard Mandel 440-893-0330 hmandel@peppertreecapital.com www.peppertreecapital.com Peppertree Capital is a private equity firm focused on wireless telecom infrastructure. Its partners have founded or invested in 17 tower companies dating back to 1997. Phillips Lytle LLP Legal Services 3400 HSBC Center Buffalo, NY 14203 Contact: Douglas W. Dimitroff 716-847-5408 ddimitroff@phillipslytle.com www.phillipslytle.com Phillips Lytle is a corporate and commercial law firm with a dedicated Telecommunications Industry Team. This multi-disciplinary team of attorneys handles representation on a full range of transactional, operational, regulatory and litigation matters including asset purchases and sales; site leasing work; zoning and land use; service, interconnection and right of way contracts. In addition, the Team is involved with acquisitions, IPOs, lender financings and venture capital funding. We represent some of the world?s largest telecommunications companies, regional providers, site owners, as well as lend- ers and investors across the United States. Phillips Lytle LLP Legal Services One Canalside, 125 Main Street Buffalo, NY 14203 Contact: Douglas W. Dimitroff 716-847-5408 ddimitroff@phillipslytle.com www.phillipslytle.com Phillips Lytle is a corporate and commercial law firm with a dedicated Telecommunications Industry Team. This multi-disciplinary team of attorneys handles representation on a full range of transactional, operational, regulatory and litigation matters including asset purchases PCTEL Inc, RF Solutions Service Company 20410 Observation Dr,, Ste. 200 Germantown, ME 20876 Contact: Chintan Fafadia rfs.sales@pctel.com rfsolutions.pctel.com PCTEL RF Solutions specializes in the design, optimization and testing of today?s wireless communication networks. We develop and build innovative scanning receivers, drive test software, and interference management solutions that help wireless cellular operators get the most out of their wireless spectrum. Our highly-trained engineering services team uses state-of-the-art test, measurement, and design tools to provide engineering services for in-building and outdoor networks. Our commitment to quality, value, and customer service has made PCTEL RF Solutions a trusted vendor for operators worldwide. Peak Power Services,Inc. Service Company www.peakpowerservices.com Through the years Peak Power employees have held to the belief that its customers deserve more than they expect, as a result, we are currently the primary provider of DC Power, Battery, Tower & RF service and Generator installation and mainte- nance for AT&T Mobility in the Florida market. PEG Bandwidth Service Company Three Bala Plaza East, Ste. 502 Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 Contact: Greg Ortyl 610-660-4910 gortyl@pegbandwidth.com www.pegbandwidth.com PEG Bandwidth is a provider of customized cell site backhaul and wireless infrastructure solutions for the wireless industry. Whether the challenge is improving network reach and quality, increas- ing capacity or maintaining cost certainty for the future, PEG Bandwidth?s team of wireless experts can deliver a custom-designed, technology- and access-agnostic solution. With a fiber-rich network that provides ackhaul services to 3,000 cell sites across 13,000 fiber route miles, PEG Bandwidth is able to provide its solutions wherever challeng- ing problems exist. Supplier Guide 34 are part of Royal Bank of Canada (RBC). Operat- ing since 1869, RBC is among the top 15 largest banks in the world and the fifth largest in North America, by market capitalization. Red Wing Enterprises Service Company 15 Daniel Road East Fairfield, NJ 07004 Contact: Maria Morris 973-276-0056 mmorris@redwingelectric.com www.rwellc.com Red Wing Enterprises is a licensed electrical contractor and a full service provider of telecom infrastructure services to carriers, OEMs, tower owners, etc. RWE offers site audits, RF engi- neering, site acquisition and self-performed construction services in addition to being an emergency and disaster recovery provider. RETEL Services Service Company Contact: Theresa Sharp 423-596-4444 theresa.sharp@retelservices.com www.retelservices.com RETEL Services is a full turnkey solution, includ- ing our exclusive RevG certified composite pole, providing quality and care to every endeavor to ensure success. RF Consulting Services Service Company P.O. Box 72350 Marietta, GA 30007 770-310-7557 ted@rfconsulting.com www.rfconsulting.com RF Consulting, PSC Service Company PMB 299, 220 Plz Western Auto Ste. 101 Trujillo Alto, PR 976 rfc@rfconsultingpr.com www.rfconsultingpr.com RF Consulting is the leader in radio frequency safety compliance, interference hunting and in building design. #1 in the industry. Philip S. Brown is the President and CEO of Quantum which is based out of Overland Park, KS, with a satellite offices in Los Angeles, CA. RAI Wireless LLC Service Company 5 International Drive Deptford Township, NJ 08080 Contact: Mike Foss 856-228-5566 mfoss@raiservices.com www.rayangelini.com Team of professionals providing full suite of scal- able solutions and services for communications networks, including construction and technical services, tower upgrades, project management, RF Engineering. Raymond James Financial Capital Firm 880 Carillon Parkway Saint Petersburg, FL 33716 Contact: Justin Cadman 727-567-5102 Justin.Cadman@raymondjames.com www.rjcapitalmarkets.com Raymond James Financial is a financial services holding company with subsidiaries engaged primarily in investment and financial planning, capital markets, and asset management. Since 2009, Raymond James has participated in raising nearly $400 billion in capital for our corporate clients. During this same time, we completed more than 170 advisory assignments, includ- ing over 140 M&A buy-side or sell-side advisory assignments with transaction values totaling over $14 billion. More than 6,200 financial advisors serve more than 2.4 million accounts in more than 2,600 locations throughout the United States and internationally. RBC Capital Markets Capital Firm 3 World Financial Center 200 Vesey Street, 8th Fl. New York, NY 10281 Contact: Nick Stevenson 212-428-6405 nick.stevenson@rbccm.com www.rbccm.com/communications RBC Capital Markets is a premier investment bank which provides comprehensive equity and debt financing products and M&A advisory to the tower and telecom infrastructure industry. Accord- ing to Bloomberg and Dealogic, we ranked among the top 10 global investment banks for 2012. We Power & Tel Service Company 2673 Yale Avenue Memphis, TN 38112 Contact: Keith Cress 800-238-7514 marketing@ptsupply.com www.ptsupply.com Professional Teleconcepts, Inc. Service Company P.O. Box 311 Norwich, NY 13815 Contact: Stephen T. Marshall www.pro-tel.com Professional Teleconcepts, Inc. (Pro-Tel) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Dycom Industries, Inc. (NYSE: DY). Pro-Tel specializes in turnkey ISP infrastructure services to carriers, OEMs, and enterprise clients throughout the United States. Projects may encompass design, procurement, installation, and testing/commissioning services. ProMobility Inc. Service Company 40 East Pearce Street Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1B7 289-695-9595 pvan@ promobility.com www.promobility.com Wireless Device Lifecycle Management Services Provider Qualcomm Service Company 5775 Morehouse Dr San Diego, CA 92121 Contact: Vaidehi Puntambekar 858-651-9300 vaidehip@qti.qualcomm.com www.qualcomm.com Quantum Group, LLC Service Company 15130 Broadmoor Street Overland Park, KS 66223 Contact: Philip S. Brown 913-239-9303 pbrown@qmerge.com www.qmerge.com Quantum Group is an independent, privately- owned mergers and acquisition firm that provides sell-side advisory services for tower and cellular rooftop owners. Quantum has success- fully completed over 600 tower/rooftop/spec- trum transactions in the last 16 years, making us Supplier Guide 35 contracts; finance; litigation/zoning strategy and implementation, including zoning and municipal approvals; federal/state permits, regulatory filings and compliance; environmental permitting and litigation; and government relations. SBA Communications Corporation Service Company 5900 Broken Sound Parkway NW Boca Raton, FL 33487-2797 Contact: Lynne Hopkins 800-487-SITE information@sbasite.com www.sbasite.com SBA Communications Corporation is a first choice provider and leading owner and opera- tor of wireless communications infrastructure in North, Central America and South America. By ?Building Better Wireless,? SBA generates revenue from two primary businesses - site leas- ing and site development services. The primary focus of the Company is the leasing of antenna space on its multitenant towers to a variety of wireless service providers under long-term lease contracts. Schwaninger & Associates Legal Services 6715 Little River Turnpike, Ste. 204 Annandale, VA 22003 703-256-0637 rschwaninger@sa-lawyers.net www.sa-lawyers.net Schwaninger & Associates provides all legal services required of tower and rooftop opera- tors, with over 20 years? experience negotiating site leases, fulfilling regulatory requirements, representing buyers and sellers, assuring tenant compliance, and providing valuation of tower properties for sale or commercial financing. Rob- ert Schwaninger, co-author of the ?Fryer?s Market Report? for over five years, is also available to provide expert witness testimony in a variety of site leasing areas. The firm can help whether it?s one tower or a thousand. Call today. Schwaninger & Associates makes the difference in the deal. Seidel Planning & Design Service Company 1240 E. Schuylkill Road Pottstown, PA 19465 610-323-8752 bseidel@seidelplanning.com www.seidelplanning.com S&R Resources, Inc Service Company 6950 Portwest Drive #190 Houston, TX 77024 713-663-7020 srresources@srresources.com www.srresources.com Component Level repair of all types of Communi- cations related Infrastructure: Microwave, Wired, Wireless & Broadcast Encoders for 24 years. Sabre Industries Service Company 7101 Southbridge Dr. Sioux City, IA 51111 Contact: Mike Coghlan 712-258-6690 towerinfo@sabreindustries.com www.sabreindustries.com Sabre Turnkey Solutions Service Company 555 Enterprise Drive Edmond, OK 73013 405-216-0555 lburns@sabreindustries.com www.sabreturnkeysolutions.com Safety One Training Service Company 8181 W. Brandon Drive Littleton, CO 80125 Contact: Kevin Carter 303-734-0772 info@safetyoneinc.com www.safetyoneinc.com Tower Climbing Safety & Rescue training for climbing safety, rescue, and fall protection, including Train-the-Trainer, Advanced, Rigging & Hoisting, Rope Access and Confined Space. Saul Ewing LLP Legal Services 500 E. Pratt Street, Ste. 800 Baltimore, MD 21202 Contact: Gregory E. Rapisarda 410-332-8963 grapisarda@saul.com www.saul.com Saul Ewing LLP is a 250-lawyer firm with 11 of- fices in Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, New York, and Washington, DC. Our Telecommunications Group represents providers and purchasers of voice, video, data, and related services, provides counsel on telecommunications systems acquisitions and dispositions; co-venture, vendor and customer RJE Telecom, LLC Service Company rjetelecom.com We increase our customers? operating flexibility by providing service personnel in the areas where they lack the capacity or forces to meet both their day to day and peak demands. We will positively impact your bottom-line by providing professional- ly-managed personnel for all of your telecommuni- cations needs. RJR Wireless Service Company 23501 Park Sorrento, Ste. 218 Calabasas, CA 91302-1381 Contact: Rich Reichler 818-222-7483 rjrwireles@aol.com Since 1998, RJR Wireless has been providing con- sulting and special-project services for antenna- site managers, owners and users. Contact Rich Reichler at RJRWireles@ aol.com. RJR Wireless is a member of PCIA and EWA, and Rich Reichler is a member of the Radio Club of America. RKC Site Solutions Service Company 520 W Lake Mary Blvd, Ste. 100 Sanford, FL 32773 Contact: Ken Cox 407-732-7710 nfo@rkcsitesolutions.com www.rkcsitesolutions.com ROHN Products Service Company 1 Fairholm Ave. Peoria, IL 61603 Contact: Mark Allen 309-566-3000 sales@rohnnet.com www.rohnnet.com Global designer and manufacturer of tower, poles and structures since 1948. RSI (Radiofrequency Safety International) Corp Service Company 543 Main Street Kiowa, KS 67070 Contact: Miranda Allen 620-825-4600 info@rsicorp.com www.rsicorp.com Environmental safety services company specializing in RF (radiofrequency radiation) site safety survey and assessments. Site safety plans. In-house, pub- lic seminar, and web based RF safety training. Supplier Guide 36 SiteMaster Service Company 6914 South Yorktown, Ste. 210 Tulsa, OK 74136 Contact: Jim Hopkins 918-269-5094 jhopkins@sitemaster.com www.sitemaster.com Inspect. Build. Maintain. SiteMaster?s experi- enced management team brings over 200 years of combined industry experience to your project. For 16 years we?ve delivered wireless infrastruc- ture services ranging from audits to new site builds to overlays to decom?s with quality and integrity, and our team continues to grow and evolve with the industry embracing new tech- nologies and standards, including experience/ certifications on PIM testing, FTTC, Hybrid Cable (Fiber/Power), RRH/U?s, MW (IP), DAS, PMP, and more. And always remember ? safety first! Solutelia Service Company 3033 S. Parker Road, Ste. 460 Aurora, CO 80014 Contact: Keith Sach 720-748-3004 contact@solutelia.com www.solutelia.com Solutelia provides RF engineering and DAS services and solutions. Solutelia has recently introduced the WINd software platform that addresses some of the wireless industry?s most pressing concerns by providing real-time report- ing, testing and analysis of network performance using the latest commercially available Android smartphones. SouthShore Communications, LLC Service Company 575 NW Mercantile Pl., Ste. 104 Port Saint Lucie, FL 34986 Contact: Bryan Besade 772-336-2594 info@southshorecom.cc www.southshorecom.cc SouthShore Communications, LLC is a fully licensed and insured wireless infrastructure solu- tions provider. We specialize in the deployment, maintenance, and upgrade of wireless networks. Contact us today. From project management, certified towers crews, to electrical crews, we have you covered. Shulman Rogers Legal Services 12505 Park Potomac Ave., 6th Floor Potomac, MD 20854 301-230-5200 info@shulmanrogers.com www.shulmanrogers.com Shulman Rogers is a full-service telecommuni- cations and business law firm. It provides broker- age services, contract negotiations, regulatory filings, dispute resolution and more for tower owners, lessors and lessees. Shulman Rogers is also pleased to announce that Michael Higgs, counsel to numerous tower owners, has joined the firm. Shulman Rogers Service Company 12505 Park Potomac Ave., 6th Floor Potomac, MD 20854 301-230-5200 info@shulmanrogers.com www.shulmanrogers.com Site Acquisition Services Service Company 37 N. Valley Road Paoli, PA 19301 610-644-5467 hstinger@sasidelivers.com www.siteacquisitionservicesinc.com Site ID, Inc. Service Company 103 Carnegie Center, Ste. 300 Princeton, NJ 08540 Contact: Michael Shine 973-454-0302 info@siteidinc.com www.siteidinc.com Providing acquisition and services to the wireless industry; including build to suit! Site Management Services Service Company P.O. Box 24377 Knoxville, TN 37933 Contact: Charles Burton 865-659-7001 cburton@siteacqservices.com www.wirelesssitesolutions.net Site Acquisition: New Builds; Collocations; Small Cell-Commercial Properties. SG Services Inc Service Company 1 Dover Place Holland, PA 18966 Contact: Serge Gofman 816-974-7474 info@SGServicesInc.com www.SGServicesInc.com We are a staffing and consulting company dedicated to providing our clients with the high- est quality products and services at the most competitive rates. Shenandoah Tower Service Service Company P.O. Box 956 Staunton, VA 24402-0956 www.shenandoahtower.com Shenandoah Tower Service, formed in 1983, is dedicated to setting the standard in the wireless communications industry by providing excep- tional construction, maintenance and manage- ment services. Shireen, Inc Service Company 12910 Cloverleaf Center Drive Germantown, ME 20874 Contact: Greg Alberti 301-838-4380 Greg@ShireenInc.com www.shireen.com Shireen, Inc. has been providing Global en- hancement of wireless infrastructure for over 10 years. Our leading edge technology provides complementary advantages to WiFi, Cellular, Whitespace, SCADA, m2m, UAV, Robotics, Secu- rity, and a host of other vertical markets utilizing a wireless platform. Shive-Hattery/GSS Service Company 3025 Highland Parkway, Ste. 140 Downers Grove, IL 60515 Contact: James Downey, Shive-Hattery; Steve Blazenko, GSS 888-282-8039 jdowney@shive-hattery.com; sjblazenko@gssmidwest.com www.shive-hattery.com; www.gssmidwest.com Shive-Hattery provides engineering and ar- chitecture services for switch sites, fiber optic networks, personal communication systems (PCS) and communication towers. GSS provides comprehensive environmental management including Phase 1 ESAs, NEPA studies, SHPO consultation and all related services. Supplier Guide 37 SureSite Consulting Group, LLC Service Company 3659 Green Road, Ste. 214 Beachwood, OH 44122 Contact: Courtney Schmidt 216-593-0400 info@sure-site.com www.sure-site.com SureSite is a national provider of site develop- ment and staffing services to the wireless and telecommunication industries. With offices in Cleveland, Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles and field locations throughout the country including the east, southeast and central regions, we pair our distributed workforce and professional prac- tices with an extensive network of local experts to provide hands-on service at every phase. Syniverse Service Company 8125 Highwoods Palm Way Tampa, FL 33647 Contact: David Wasserman david.wasserman@syniverse.com www.syniverse.com Syniverse is the leading global transaction pro- cessor that connects more than 1,500 mobile service providers, enterprises, ISPs and OTTs in nearly 200 countries and territories, enabling seamless mobile communications across dispa- rate and rapidly evolving networks, devices and applications. We deliver innovative cloud-based solutions that facilitate superior end-user experi- ences through always-on services and real-time engagement. Syterra Networks Service Company 495 Hartman Road Winston Salem, NC 27127 336-414-3120 syterra@gmail.com www.syterranetworks.com Provider of Site Acquisition including Small Cell Deployments. EF&I services for P to P and P to MP microwave systems. services and abilities makes it uniquely capable of handling all aspects of the most challenging projects. SSC strives hard to serve its clients, solve their problems and communicate ef- fectively. STC Statmon Tech, Inc. Service Company 5318 E 2nd Street Long Beach, CA 90803 847-604-5368 gtalbot@statmon.com www.statmon.com Remote Control and Monitoring software and hardware, RFID solutions. Stout & Company, LLC Service Company 415 South Commerce Street Natchez, MS 39120 Contact: Guy Stout 601-445-0504 guy@stoutandcompany.com www.stoutandco.com Tower Developer. Sunny Communications Inc. Service Company 3568 Peoria Street #608 Aurora, CO 80010 Contact: John Sapuppo 720-870-5056 John@SunnyCommunications.com www.sunnycommunications.com Buy and Sell USED two way radio and related equipment including two way radios, backbone infrastructure such as repeaters, combiners, controllers etc. Sunshine Electric & Wireless, LLC Service Company 124 Spring Street McMurray, PA 15317 Contact: Norm Purkey 888-977-8096 info@sunshineeandw.com www.sunshineeandw.com Electrical consulting and inspection firm per- forming site power, hvac, and construct-ability audits, plan review, estimating, and mainte- nance services. Speed Wire Inc. Service Company 393 Jericho Turnpike, Ste. 106 Mineola, NY 11501 Contact: Eddie Carlucci 1-877-97-SPEED ecarlucci@speedwireinc.com www.speedwireinc.com Founded in 1996, Speed Wire Inc. clients have come to rely on us for quick, efficient and cost effective deployment services in areas such as Broadband, Security, IT, Connected Home, Smart Energy, Kiosks, TeleMedicine and Enter- prise Solutions. SQUAN Service Company 329 Harolod Avenue Englewood, NJ 07631 201-408-5111 drundella@squan.com www.squan.com Squan specializes in turnkey macro, DAS, and small cell site development for telecommuni- cations carriers, tower companies, neutral host providers, commercial landlords, government entities, universities, health care institutions, and other visionary organizations seeking increased coverage and capacity. Square Cubed Service Company 8877 Wellston Ct. Jonesboro, GA 30238 404-919-7133 Info@thesquarecubed.com www.thesquarecubed.com A Telecommunication Integration company providing a large array of telecom services, including but not limited to structured cabling, in-building DAS systems, and internal LAN & WIFI. We provide all around telecommunica- tion needs for our clients. Our highly trained engineers and technicians are here to take on any task no matter how big or small. SSC Service Company 8500 W. 110th St., Ste. 300 Overland Park, KS 66210 913-438-7700 info@ssc.us.com www.ssc.us.com SSC is a leading provider of services to the telecommunications, development and con- struction industries. Its full range of in-house Supplier Guide 38 The Law Offices of Keith R. Betensky Legal Services 75 S. Broadway, 4th Floor White Plains, NY 10601 914-338-8050 keith@betenskylaw.com www.betenskylaw.com Thin Air Construction, Inc. Service Company 3500 Cannon Street Hastings, MN 55033 651-319-0152 jules.fisher@thinairconstruction.net www.thinairconstruction.net Thin Air Construction is a general contractor ded- icated to constructing, installing, and maintain- ing wireless networks. We have built a reputation in the wireless industry for our commitment to quality of work. Thin Air delivers professional results safely and efficiently. Toler Telecom, Inc. Service Company 6834 Cantrell Road Ste. 182 Little Rock, AR 72207 Contact: Ron Toler tolerr@tolertelecom.com www.tolertelecom.com Site Acquisition and Build to Suit Services. Tower 16, Inc. Service Company Tower 16, Inc. Joppa, ME 21085 Contact: Phyllis Hackett 410-679-9916 www.tower16.com Tower 16 Inc. offers wireless network expansion services. The company also provides (In house) wireless infrastructure design, project manage- ment, site acquisition, third party manage- ment, and construction services. Tower 16 Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Joppa, Maryland. Tower Innovations Service Company 107 Dunbar Ave. Ste. E Oldsmar, FL 34677 813-818-8766 bruce@towerinnovationsinc.com www.towerinnovationsinc.com Terracon Consultants, Inc. Service Company 10625 W I-70 Frontage Road N. Ste. 3 Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 Contact: Craig Pruett 303-423-3300 cspruett@terracon.com www.terracon.com Terracon is a 100-percent employee-owned con- sulting engineering firm that has provided quality engineering services to clients since 1965. From its roots in geotechnical engineering, Terracon has evolved into a successful multi-discipline firm specializing in environmental, facilities, geotechnical, and materials services for private and public sector clients. Terracon currently operates more than 140 offices nationwide with more than 3,000 employees and ranks 38th on Engineering News-Record?s list of Top 500 Design Firms in the nation. TestEquity LLC Service Company 5256 Choctaw Ave Pensacola FL, 32507 Contact: Mary Dobson 805-498-9933 x 258 Mary.Dobson@TestEquity.com www.TestEquity.com TestEquity specializes in rental/leasing and sales of new and refurbished test equipment from Agilent, Tektronix, Rohde & Schwarz, Fluke, Anritsu, Sorensen, Extech, Flir, B&K Precision, Chroma, Advanced Fiber Solutions and Precision Rated Optics, Instek, Topward, USBee, Hioki, and Amprobe. TestEquity will buy your excess equip- ment and we have a full line of Environmental Chambers. Please check out out GSA Schedules: Test Equipment held by TestEquity is Contract #GS-07F-0224Y and Environmental Chambers held by TestEquity is Contract#GS-07F-0223Y. Texas Exchange Bank Capital Firm 301 Commerce Street Ste. 2901 Fort Worth, TX 76102 Contact: Beau Chron 682-224-8751 bchron@txexbank.com www.txexbank.com Texas Exchange Bank is a well-capitalized Texas bank with a focus in the wireless infrastructure sector. The bank has been locally owned and op- erated since it first opened for business in 1970 in Crowley, Texas. We take great pride in providing highly personalized financial services to our business and individual clients. We are actively funding $2-to-$5 million commercial loans. Tectonic Telecommunications Service Company 70 Pleasant Hill Road Mountainville, NY 10953 Contact: Richard P. Kummerle 800-829-6531 RPKummerle@tectonicengineering.com www.tectonicengineering.com Tectonic provides turnkey program management and site acquisition, engineering and construc- tion management from our strategically located offices nationwide. Tectonic, now ranked in the Top 15 by ENR in Telecommunications Tower and Antennae site development, has been provid- ing these services to the telecommunications industry for over 25 years. Tectonic holds Profes- sional Engineering Licenses in 48 states. Our Engineers are supported by our in-house staff of approximately 500; which performs; site audits, leasing/zoning, site design, structural and geo- technical engineering, tower analysis, environ- mental studies, photo simulations and surveying. Tectonic has provided these services to all of the major carriers, the foremost tower companies and program managers on more than 50,000 new builds and site modifications nationwide. Tectonics? unique model of providing turnkey services with our in house resources permits us to costeffectively respond to both our client?s technical and scheduling goals nationally. Telecom Capital Group Service Company 6150 Sheridan Point Road Prince Frederick, ME 20678 Contact: Manish Dureja 443-532-8889 manny@telecomcapital.com www.telecomcapital.com Wireless communications tower owner and operator throughout the mid-Atlantic with clients including all of the major wireless operators and local service providers. Tempest Telecom Solutions Service Company 136 W. Canon Perdido, Ste. 100 Santa Barbara, CA 93101 Contact: Elda Rudd 805-879-4800 sales@tempesttelecom.com www.tempesttelecom.com Tempest Telecom Solutions, LLC is a leading provider of telecom infrastructure equipment and repair services, helping service providers and network operators build, expand, and maintain their networks faster and more cost-effectively. Supplier Guide 39 Urban Mining2 Service Company 5750 DTC Parkway, #160 Greenwood Village, CO 80111 Contact: Tracy Donley 303-741-4042 x222 tdonley@urbanminingsqared.com www.urbanminingsquared.com Urban Mining2, an R2/ISO 14001 certified, 17 year old asset management and eScrap recycling company using eScrap Resource Recovery 2.0TM methodologies enabling up to 30% more com- modity recovery for clients. Our vast database of buyers enables us to pay top-dollar for reuse materials. Our one-of-a-kind, 30,000 square foot resource recovery facility is outfitted with HEPA- filter air scrubbing technology that protects our employees from lead exposure and other toxins - no other facility like it in the world. Utility Service Communications Service Company 535 Courtney Hodges Blvd. Perry, GA 31069 800-679-7819 sitemanagement@utilityservice.com www.utilityservice.com Utility Service Communications specializes in site marketing and management for wireless facilities on water tank sites. The company provides tech services including tank mapping, structural analy- sis, and architectural and engineering drawings. V-COMM, L.L.C Service Company 2540 U.S. Highway 130, Ste. 101 Cranbury, NJ 08512 Contact: Gina Villeco 609-655-1200 gina.villecco@vcomm-eng.com www.vcomm-eng.com A leading provider of integrated network engineer- ing, radio frequency engineering and business services. We deliver the needed expertise and cost-effective solutions to governmental agencies and wireless operators. Vasu Communications Service Company 2432 Ridgeland Drive Avon, OH 44011 440-934-5268 donnav@vasucom.com TrueNet Communications Service Company www.truenetcommunications.com TrueNet Communications is a national infra- structure engineering and specialty contractor serving the telecommunications, broadband, energy, wireless, and enterprise markets. We plan, design, build and support communications and energy infrastructure for our clients across the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean. UCI Construction Services, LLC Service Company 6375 Harney Rd Tampa, FL 33610 Contact: Todd Schlemmer 813-386-6202 info@ucics.net www.ucics.net UCI specializes in the construction and installa- tion of communication infrastructure for cellular, PCS, CLEC and fixed/mobile broadband based networks. UCI Construction Services offers turn- key solutions by providing network to transport needs. Providing network and microwave design, implementation and maintenance of customer owned back-haul infrastructures. UNDC Service Company www.undc.com Universal Network Development Corporation, a telecommunications engineering and consulting company, was incorporated under the laws of the State of California on May 15, 1980. This com- pany is owned and operated by Cinthia Kazee. UNDC is a certified Minority and Woman-owned small business enterprise. We are 8(a) certified by the Small Business Administration. Unlimited Lynx, Inc. Service Company 11 Rosemarie Ln. Mahopac, NY 10541 Contact: Sunil Schneider 917-399-4757 sunils@unlimitedlynx.com www.unlimitedlynx.com Services: Site Acquisition, Wireless Facilities Construction and Maintenance, Closeout Pack- age Specialists, Construction Management, Staffing. Tower Systems, Inc. Service Company Contact: Lynette Cotton 605-886-0930 lcotten@towersystems.com www.towersystems.com As a worldwide tower construction and main- tenance company, we cover a broad range of services including Turnkey Civil Site Develop- ment, Tower Installation & Maintenance, Antenna & Line and Microwave TowerCom Service Company 12276 San Jose Blvd., Ste. 122 Jacksonville, FL 32223 904-880-8887 gdavis@towercomenterprises.com www.towercomenterprises.com Trileaf Corporation Service Company 10845 Olive Blvd. Ste. 260 St. Louis, MO 63141 Contact: Scott Muschany 314-997-6111 s.muschany@trileaf.com www.trileaf.com Trileaf Corporation specializes in Environmen- tal and A&E design services for the wireless industry. Trileaf has expertise in all 50 states as well as Mexico, Puerto Rico and Canada. Envi- ronmental services include NEPA, SHPO, Phase I and II Environmental Assessment, Biological Assessments, Asbestos/Lead Based Paint Testing and Migratory Bird Evaluations. Trileaf also has 15 years of award winning experience provid- ing A&E services including Site Audits, Lease Exhibits, New Construction Drawings, Antenna and Equipment Modifications, Generator Audits and Installation Drawings, Rooftop Installations, and Stealth Design. TRM Service Company 16 Chestnut St., Ste. 220 Foxboro, MA 2035 Contact: Justin Leland jleland@trmcom.com www.trmcom.com Turnkey Infrastructure Development - Program Management, Site Acquisition, A&E, Self-perform Construction, Electrical, Fiber, DAS, FTTx, ETTC, Tiger Teams Supplier Guide 40 and tower structural and appurtenance mapping. Waterford?s nationwide team of highly respected and reputable experts is committed to providing superior, timely and budget sensitive customer service. Let Waterford alleviate the burden and frustration of FCC compliance for you. Waterford will beat the competition every time. WAVSYS LLC Service Company 101 Broadway, Suite 406 Brooklyn, NY 11249 Contact: Joshua Mangerson 917-609-0284 jmangerson@wavsys.com www.wavsys.com Wavsys provides professional project manage- ment and implementation services for mobile telecom network projects in the United States, Canada and the European Union. Our deep wire- less industry expertise and extensive resources enable solutions that maximize cost-effective- ness, without sacrificing quality, safety or service. WesTower Communications Service Company 2460 San Lake Rd Orlando, FL 32809 321-209-8800 info@westower.com www.westower.com WesTower is a well established organization with full service solutions to support all your network projects. As the largest self-perform service com- pany in North America, our team of exceptional professionals are ready to assist you in the management, design, construction, reinforce- ment, maintenance and service of communica- tion towers and related equipment. WFI Service Company 7900 Westpark Drive McLean, VA 22102 703-873-2000 info@wfinet.com www.wfinet.com WFI brings the best in program management, quality assurance and technical expertise to network infrastructure design, deployment and maintenance. Since 1994, we have engineered and deployed more than $2 billion in telecom infrastructure??? successfully, rapidly and cost- effectively. Vision Technologies, Inc. Service Company Vision Technologies, Inc. Glen Burnie, ME 21061 Contact: Al Saxon 866-746-1122 asaxon@visiontech.biz www.visiontech.biz Vision Technologies, a national and global systems integrator, provides IT services and solu- tions for Network Infrastructures (including DAS and PON), help desk, onsite support, network management, voice/data, wireless systems, security, audio-visual, VTC, and telephony. Vision Tower Service Company 505 Madrid Drive St. Petersburg, FL 33715 Contact: Scott MacMath smacmath@visiontower.net www.visiontower.net Vision Tower is a wireless services company providing line, antenna and civil crew services. Vision Tower?s primary focus is quality of work and safety. We offer our services to the majority of the Southeast US. W-T Communication Design Group Service Company 2675 Pratum Avenue Hoffman Estates, IL 60192 224-293-6333 info@wtengineering.com www.wtengineering.com W-T Communication Design Group is a full service site engineering company focused on the needs of cellular carriers, OEMS, Tower Compa- nies and Tier One Service providers. Structural engineering, architectural design, construction management, site acquisition and environmental services. Waterford Consultants Service Company P.O. Box 2090 Ashburn, VA 20146-2090 703-596-1022 sales@waterfordconsultants.com www.waterfordconsultants.com Waterford Consultants offers a wide array of pro- fessional and regulatory consulting services with expertise in AM detuning, RF emissions analysis (EME), intermodulation studies, FAA certification and filing, site audit and third-party inspection, Versatile Wireless Service Company 1440 Jason Way #108 Santa Maria, CA 93455 Contact: Eric DaVersa 858-245-6702 eric@versatilewireless.com www.versatilewireless.com General Contractor for wireless telecommunica- tions - microwave, 4G, and wireless broadband. Vertical Solutions Inc Service Company 2002 Production Drive Apex, NC 27539 919-321-6167 sales@verticalsolutions-inc.com www.verticalsolutions-inc.com Structural Engineering, Tower Modification Analysis & Design, Tower & Foundation Mapping, Tower & Foundation Inspection, A & E Services, Review & Seal, Turnkey, Project Management, Document Managing. VERTICOM Service Company 7901 Ambassador Row Dallas, TX 75247 Contact: Jeff Lewis 214-741-6898 jeff.lewis@verticom.net www.verticom.net VERTICOM partners with wireless carriers, tower owners, outsourcing firms, and equipment manufacturers to design, develop, maintain and support wireless networks. Verveba Telecom Service Company 214-613-5351 www.verveba.com Verveba is an end-to-end Telecom and Software company specializing in Survey, Design, Build, and Optimization services. We deliver Small Cells, WiFi and LTE network roll-out services for our customers Nationwide. Supplier Guide 41 tions across the US and operations centers in Bangalore and Coimbatore, India. Aditi Staffing is the flagship IT staffing unit of Aditi Tech- nologies, a leading software development firm founded in 1994. AIM Technical Consultants, Inc Staffing Company aimtechinc.net At AIM Technical Consultants, we?ve been recruit- ing top IT and telecom professionals since 1999. These individuals combine their long-standing expertise with the latest technologies to identify problems, analyze and implement solutions, and provide ongoing expertise when you need it. Alamon Telecom Staffing Company www.alamon.com Alamon was incorporated in 1975 to provide contract labor to the telecommunications indus- try. We are a Woman-Owned Business Enterprise providing workforce solutions to industry leading equipment manufacturers, operating telecommu- nication companies, and utility companies na- tionwide. Alamon provides a variety of services. Alternate Communications International L Staffing Company alternatecommunications.com Alternate Communications International has over 15 years of expertise providing successful, long and short term placements. Our commitment to responsible and ethical recruiting and placement has enabled us to build strong, loyal relation- ships with our clients and personnel. Axis Teknology, LLC Staffing Company www.axisteknologies.com Axis provides people and technology solu- tions for UMTS/GSM to LTE projects including: core network infrastructure design engineering, transport and data center implementation and testing, E911 solutions, microwave LOS, path and site surveys, DAS and small cell network design and installation, macro network carrier adds and equipment upgrades, deployment and decommission, and project management based on Project Management Institute best practices. Becon Staffing Company Wireless Edge Service Company 270 North Ave., Ste. 809 New Rochelle, NY 10801 914-712-0000 arthur@wirelessedge.org www.wirelessedge.org Wireless Edge is a premier provider of net- work implementation services and strategic tower sites. Nationwide services include tower development, site management, development of cell sites and satellite terrestrial repeaters and special projects. Wireless Edge specializes in development and permitting of antenna sites on landmark and historic properties. Wireless Site Services Service Company 4121 Taliesin Drive Lincoln, NE 68520 402-817-4135 info@wssinet.com www.wssinet.com WirelessWerks Service Company 8060 165th Avenue NE Ste. 210 Redmond, WA 98052 Contact: Gord Breese 877-760-2565 sales@wirelesswerks.com www.wirelesswerks.com WirelessWerks is a leader in network build qual- ity assurance and audit programs, and construc- tion services. We serve all major wireless carriers and their construction partners. STAFFING COMPANIES ADEX Telecom Staffing Company adextelecom.com ADEX Corporation is an international service organization that provides turnkey services and project staffing solutions exclusively to the telecommunications industry. Aditi Consulting Staffing Company www.aditistaffing.com Aditi Staffing is a certified diversity IT staffing firm headquartered in Bellevue, WA, with loca- White Buffalo Environmental Service Company 6321 E. 102nd St., Ste. C Tulsa, OK 74137 Contact: Steve Mcfarlin 918-660-0999 steve.mcfarlin@whitebuffalo.com www.whitebuffalo.com White Buffalo Environmental offers Phase I, NEPA, environmental assessments, tribal and agency consults. Count on the company to meet your timelines and budget. White Buffalo Environmental has experienced telecommunica- tions environmental professionals. Since 1998, the company has provided expert services to major and independent companies from single projects. Wigdahl Electric Service Company 625 Pratt Blvd. Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 847-439-8200 chat@wigdahlelectric.com www.wigdahlelectric.com Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP Legal Services 2300 N Street, NW, Ste. 700 Washington, DC 20037 Contact: Bryan N. Tramont 202-783-4141 Btramont@wbklaw.com www.wbklaw.com Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP is one of the nation?s largest communications and technol- ogy law firms. The firm is ranked as a top tier communications law firm by Chambers USA, Legal 500, and U.S. News and World Report - Best Lawyers. Firm practice areas include tower siting and infrastructure, as well as wireless and wireline communications, broadcast, cable and other media, privacy, broadband and IP-based services, international and satellite communica- tions, and energy regulation. Wireless Coverage Inc. Service Company 526 S Commerce St Ste. 101 Hurricane, UT 84737 888-342-6109 info@wirelesscoverageinc.com www.wirelesscoverageinc.com Equipment Installation and Maintenance Ser- vices. Supplier Guide 42 HarTek Solutions, LLC Staffing Company www.harteksolutions.com At HarTek Solutions, we believe successful place- ments are the result of a committed partnership with our clients. We help our business clients analyze costs, identify needs, define corporate culture and increase employee retention. HarTek works closely with career seekers to maximize their professional potential in positions compatible with their own skills, goals and interests. Hepco Inc Staffing Company www.hepcoinc.com We are an Engineering, IT, Telecommunications and Payrolling staffing company that works on both contract and permanent assignments with our cor- porate office in Saddle Brook, NJ. Whether you are a talented professional who would like to explore new opportunities, or a manager in need of addi- tional support, you can count on HEPCO to provide you with world class customer service. HEPCO is committed to building long term relationships with both our clients and the professionals we place on specific client assignments. ITC Service Group, Inc Staffing Company www.callitc.com/StaffingSolutions Just as our industry changes, so do your staffing requirements. That?s where ITC fits in. We enable you to staff your organization quickly and reduce your recruiting time and costs while maximizing your ability to focus on your client?s needs, neatly keeping the door in full swing. Kenton Group Staffing Company www.kentongroup.com Kenton Group is an industry leader in the telecom- munications industry. Since 1993 we have provid- ed Engineering, Professional Staffing and Business Development Consulting Services to firms serving the communications, utilities and information technology industries from coast to coast. First Point Group Inc. Staffing Company www.firstpointgroup.com At First Point Group we?ve made the global tele- coms industry our business. For clients such as Ericsson, Huawei and Nokia Siemens Networks, the strategic contribution of FPG, a trusted global partner who knows their industry inside out, is an invaluable business asset. Fusion Solutions Inc Staffing Company www.fusionsolutionsinc.com Fusion Solutions is a leading provider of telecom technical consulting and staffing services for Fortune 1000 companies. We?re knowledgeable of and have worked with virtually all types of telecom infrastructure technologies in Wireless and Wireline. Genesis10 Staffing Company www.genesis10.com Genesis10 is proud to present American busi- nesses with a new opportunity to call on the strengths of our retired service men and women. Our multi-point process enables Genesis10 to proactively prepare veterans for success in busi- ness and IT roles, while eliminating traditional hiring risks for our clients. Dedicated selection, training, mentoring and right-to-hire programs work together under the leadership of our Vet- erans Program Director, Captain Nick Swaggert, USMC Reserve. Global Recruiters of Blackhawk Staffing Company 2430 Camino Ramon Ste. # 104 San Ramon, CA 94583 Contact: Paul Harris 925-804-6211 pharris@grnblackhawk.com www.grnblackhawk.com Global Recruiters of Blackhawk is an Executive Search Firm specializing in the Telecom sector with the particular niche of Wireless Infrastruc- ture. Glotel Inc Staffing Company www.glotel.com Glotel is a global professional staffing and man- aged projects solutions company, specializing in the placement of contract and permanent personnel within all areas of technology. Blue Signal Staffing Company 40 N Central Ave., Ste. 1400 Phoenix, AZ 85283 Contact: Matthe Walsh 847-227-8287 mwalsh@bluesignal.com www.bluesignal.com 3rd party search firm for the wireless industry. Brius Telecom Solutions Staffing Company www.briustelecom.com In an industry that is about connecting people, BRIUS Telecom Solutions operates on trust, value and unparalleled professionalism. We provide staffing services to all leading carriers, vendors and suppliers in the fixed line and wireless com- munications markets. Our combined 30 years of telecom staffing industry experience drive the operations of a proven structure for business, provide motivating leadership to an extraordinary team of experienced recruiters and support staff, and produce outstanding consulting solutions to our existing and growing client base. CEG Partners Staffing Company 17200 Chenal Pkwy Little Rock, AR 72223 Contact: Mike Stafford 501-255-7751 mike@cegpartners.com www.cegpartners.com CEG Partners has extensive experience in all aspects of telecommunications and IT staffing and recruiting. Contractors available now to build Mobile Apps, Dashboards, Wireless Networks, and other critical design areas. DMN Global Services Staffing Company www.dmnglobal.com DMN Global Services has been providing telecommunications network engineering and support services in North America and in over 70 countries since 1989. Our portfolio includes a comprehensive suite of project management, site survey, network design, documentation, logistics, installation, testing, integration, optimization, maintenance, fault management maintenance 24/7 and network management services. DMN Global Services is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company and a NIC EIC approved contractor. With offices based in Fox River Grove IL, DMN Global Services expanded its business in 2000 through the acquisition of GT&K Network Solu- tions, a network solutions provider. Supplier Guide 43 Skyhawk Staffing Company 23421 South Pointe Dr., Suite 140 Laguna Hills, CA 92653 Contact: Chris Hubbard 949-468-0118 Chris@skyhawk.net www.skyhawk.net Skyhawk provides Tower Climbers, Wireless Tech- nicians and Carrier Technicians on a temporary or contract labor basis. We are a national firm and can provide staff to site projects anywhere in the United States, even remote sites. We maintain a deep bench of skilled workers, ensuring you get top quality, reliable technicians. Skyhawk is certified by the Women?s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), allowing our clients to benefit from contracting with a more diverse vendor base. Smartlink Staffing Company www.smartlinkllc.com At Smartlink, we build relationships. We draw on the strength of those relationships, and our rich talent database, to find the best matches for clients who need staffing and/or site develop- ment support in the Wireless Telecommunica- tions industry. SureSite Staffing Company 3659 Green Road, Ste. 214 Cleveland, OH 44122 Contact: Courtney Schmidt 216-593-0400 c.schmidt@sure-site.com www.sure-site.com SureSite is a national provider of site develop- ment and staffing services to the wireless and telecommunication industries. With offices in Cleveland, Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles and field locations throughout the country, we pair our distributed workforce and professional prac- tices with an extensive network of local experts to provide hands-on service at every phase. SureSite is a market leader which is proven by our lasting relationships and repeat business since 1999. Onit Management Consulting Staffing Company 4040 26th Ave SW #635 Seattle, WA 98106 Contact: Edward Byers 206-257-2233 edward.byers@onitmc.com www.onitmc.com Project Management consulting in the technol- ogy space, with extensive experience in wireless. Outsource Inc. Staffing Company www.linkedin.com/company/outsource-inc. Outsource, Inc. is an off-site human resources consulting firm which assists employers in devel- oping and maintaining standardized policies and procedures, flexible compensation programs, management training and development, perfor- mance evaluations and employee relations. Pinnacle Technical Resource Staffing Company www.pinnacle1.com Pinnacle Technical Resources is a leader in pro- viding workforce solutions to Fortune 500 com- panies in the United States and Canada. Since 1996, we continue to be ranked at the top of the staffing industry as one of the fastest growing firms in the industry. In 2010, we were named Supplier of the Year by The National Minority Supplier Development Councils (NMSDC). Protingent Staffing Staffing Company 3650 131st Ave. SE Bellevue, WA 98006 Contact: Chris Zerbo 425-628-9725 czerbo@protingent.com www.protingent.com/telecom Please visit our web sitefor additional informa- tion. We are presently working for (both directly and indirectly through other consultants) AT&T Wireless, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and others. Kineticom Staffing Company 701 B Street, Suite 1350 San Diego, CA 92101 Contact: Blair Bode 209-482-2030 blair.bode@kineticom.com www.kineticom.com Kineticom is an ISO certified, award-winning technical talent firm with a 13-year history in technology recruitment and service delivery in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) market. We provide on-site talent across 42 states in the U.S. on contract or permanent basis and deliver Professional Services & Solu- tions governed by Statements of Work. Kineticom aspires to create growth opportunities for our technical professionals and delivers measurable results that set our clients apart in the industry. Mountain LTD. Staffing Company www.mountainltd.com Welcome to MOUNTAIN, LTD. ? a proven leader in engineering solutions. As a trusted source of communications professionals with over 30 years of on-time delivery, we understand your business. Nextgen Global Resources Staffing Company nextgengr.com NextGen Global Resources represents a revolutionary step forward in telecom recruiting and consulting. Formed by industry veterans who have been changing the global technology recruiting paradigm for decades, NextGen strips away the bureaucratic processes and non-core functions to focus exclusively on placing the best talent at the world?s best companies. Novalink Solutions LLC Staffing Company www.novalink-solutions.com Novalink Solutions is a proven leader delivering managed engineering and staff augmentation services for governments and industries world- wide. Novalink???s professionals specialize in software and wireless engineering. The Atlanta- based company has resources and operations located across the U.S. and worldwide. Supplier Guide 44 Aiken Technical College Training Company PO Drawer 696 Aiken, SC 29802 Contact: Dr. Gemma K. Frock 803-508-7278 frock@atc.edu www.atc.edu AxcessRescue Training Company 20 Orchid Lane Ringgold, GA 30736 207-620-6169 info@axcessrescue.com www.axcessrescue.com AxcessRescue provides industrial safety, rescue, confined space, work at height, and rope access training to those who want to solve operational issues effectively and efficiently with simple rig- ging solutions in order to perform work or rescue those in need. Capital Safety USA Training Company 800-328-6146 info@capitalsafety.com www.capitalsafety.us Capital Safety is one of the world?s leading manufacturers of fall protection, confined space and rescue equipment, with a passionate com- mitment to quality, innovation and safety. CITCA LLC Training Company 727 Larry Power Road Bourbonnais, IL 60914 800-313-5159 www.citca4training.com CITCA is a nationally recognized training acade- my, developed by a group of industry specialists, offering a complete line of college accredited tower erection and safety training programs directly related to the communications and wind turbine industries. TSRI Staffing Company tsrisolutions.com The leader in technical staff augmentation, consulting, and training for telecommunications and energy. Verigent Staffing Company www.verigent.com We currently offer our staffing augmentation services in over 45 different states. This year, we are excited to celebrate 10 years in business and are proud to announce that we?ve deployed over 10,000 employees over to our clients during that time. We specialize in providing Nationwide Support with Local Personnel, providing rapid response to our clients? and employees? require- ments. WFI/LCC Staffing Company Wise Connect Staffing Company wiseconnectinc.com WiseConnect is greater than the sum of its parts, having positioned itself to understand the integration between each technological com- ponent and address emerging technologies as they arise. Not only does our company provide staffing and managed services for a full range of telecom projects, Wiseconnect adds distinct value through true experience and dependability. TRAINING COMPANIES Advanced Safety Training Company 111 Exchange Place Lafayette, LA 70503 337-231-1323 www.advancedsafetytraining.com Advanced Safety offers classes in General Indus- try and Construction Industry to help employees meet OSHA requirements for a safe and healthy workplace that is free of occupational hazards. SureSite Consulting Group, LLC Staffing Company 3659 Green Road, Ste. 214 Beachwood, OH 44122 Contact: Courtney Schmidt info@sure-site.com www.sure-site.com SureSite is a national provider of site develop- ment and staffing services to the wireless and telecommunication industries. With offices in Cleveland, Chicago, Denver and Los Angeles and field locations throughout the country, we pair our distributed workforce and professional prac- tices with an extensive network of local experts to provide hands-on service at every phase. T-Staff Staffing Company www.t-staff.com T-Staff was founded in 1998 by an owner- ship/management team with over 50 years of combined telecommunications industry and technical staffing experience.Their vision was to create a contract staffing service company that specialized in technical placements and the telecom industry sector. TelForce Group Staffing Company 4751 Trousdale Drive, Suite 105 Nashville, TN 37220 615-915-3119 info@telforcegroup.com www.telforcegroup.com TelForce Group is a provider of professional services, human capital to the communications industry. Our services are integrated directly into our clients? business operations. TelForce identifies talent that stands out among their peers? people with a proven track record of creating value with every placement or assign- ment. For over 30 years Ron Deese of TelForce has provided professional (staffing) services to the Telecom Industry. TelForce can provide a single technician or a crew of tower climbers. We consistently deliver on small and large complex projects. Our experience in finding mission critical engineers and technicians and industry talent is what sets us apart. TelForce Group LLP is a Native American MBE certified by the NMSCD and the CA Public Utility Commission (CPUC). We ask that you please consider us to become an approved vendor to provide our services to you. Supplier Guide 45 Grand Rapids Community College Training Company 143 Bostwick Avenue NE Grand Rapids MI 49503-3295 616-234-4000 www.grcc.edu GRCC offers flexible course formats including weekday, weekends, summer Saturdays, on-line/ distance learning and 7-week accelerated classes. Gravitec Systems, Inc. Training Company 21291 Urdahl Road NW Poulsbo, WA 98370 800-755-8455 solutions@gravitec.com www.gravitec.com Do you need fall protection training? Peek into our modern classrooms. There you?ll find uniformed instructors, unparalleled training aids and the best fall protection equipment on the market. At Gravitec?s Fall Protection Campus, our indoor training facility devoted to hands-on fall protection instruction, you?ll gain practical experience on a variety of climbing structures, representing nearly every industry working at height. Lakeshore Technical College Training Company 1290 North Avenue Cleveland, Wisconsin 53015 888-GO-TO-LTC info@gotoltc.edu www.gotoltc.edu Lakeshore Technical College is a leading provider of technical education offering over 100 career programs, customized training for business and industry, continuing education for personal and professional enrichment, and basic skills educa- tion. LBA University Training Company 3400 Tupper Drive Greenville, NC 27834 252-757-0279 lbau@lbagroup.com www.lbauniversity.org On site & online safety training with courses in RF safety, outdoor safety, GHS HazCom, OSHA 10/30 & more. OSHA certified instructors, 1,000s trained. DSI Distributing Training Company 10425 Plano Rd Dallas, TX 75238 Contact: RJ Price 720-545-9754 ricky.price@dsisysteminc.com www.dsisysteminc.com ENSA North America Training Company 5510 E Marginal Way S Seattle, WA 98134 Sherry Sandness ? Training Coordinator 206-762-8500 ext: 290 www.ensa-northamerica.com Utilizing effective management systems, ENSA will support and guide the organization by con- sistently providing services at a level that meets or exceeds customer expectations. In particular, ENSA strives to meet the needs of company health and safety executives and program man- agers faced with an evolving compliance environ- ment, operation deadlines, program limitations and the requirement for skilled personnel. ETA International Training Company 5 Depot St. Greencastle, IN 46135 Contact: Michele Altman 800-288-3824 eta@eta-i.org www.eta-i.org ETA International represents electronics profes- sionals with over 80 industry recognized certifi- cations. ETA certifications align with international standards and confirm both technical knowledge and skills. Global Safety Consultants Training Company 106 Rolls Royce Drive Broussard, LA 70518 337-330-2642 www.safetygsc.com GSC was founded in 2004 and has developed an unique training experience. GSC focuses on client, state, and federal regulatory compliance. GSC allows your company to benefit from our highly trained and experienced staff. Our goal is simple: provide unparalleled service in a cost effective manner. GSC is committed to meeting all the needs of your company. Allow us to help assist you with all your HSE requirements. COM-TECH CONSTRUCTION Training Company 17827 Commerce Dr Westfield, IN 46074 317-867-4486 www.comtechservices.net ?Expedite, Turn Up, Target Date.? Understanding these terms is what separates Com-Tech Services from the rest of the implementation groups in the communication industry. Some of the largest bottlenecks in the development of next generation communication networks will be site acquisition, permitting, engineering, construction and installa- tion phases. Com-Tech Services, founded in 1991 and incorporated in 1992, understands our cus- tomer?s unique needs and presents sophisticated engineering solutions to avoid these roadblocks to business development. COMTRAIN Training Company 3409 Executive Center Dr., Suite 202 Austin, TX 78731 512-275-6600 comtrain@comtrainusa.com www.comtrainusa.com ComTrain is an authorized training provider for American Tower, Black and Veatch, Bechtel, Gen- eral Dynamics, Mastec, Union Pacific Railroad, CSX Railroad and many other global companies. Comtrain is named as the preferred training provider for the major carriers and infrastructure providers around the globe. Comtrain is recog- nized as a N.A.T.E. Member Training Company that meets or exceeds the requirements of the N.A.T.E. Tower Climber Fall Protection Training Standard (N.A.T.E. CTS) Corporate College Training Company 4647 Stone Avenue PO Box 5199 Sioux City, IA 51102 866-528-4024 CorpCollege@witcc.edu www.corporatecollege.biz The Corporate College offers employers custom- designed training and consulting solutions that can help them reach their goals. Today?s organiza- tions face increasing challenges to remain com- petitive. We can help you by designing training to meet these demands. The Corporate College will partner with you to find solutions to your unique and specific needs for increased workplace skills, productivity, profitability and efficiency. We will help you focus on both management and worker skills to attain the competitive advantage you are looking to achieve. Supplier Guide 46 Safety LMSystems LLC Training Company 210-861-3140 www.safetylms.net Our courses are continuously evolving. This allows us to ensure that the most current regula- tions, standards and equipment changes are covered. We are also committed to an effective and efficient curriculum. That is evidenced by our combination of online, classroom and on-site training. We can design a total training solution for your company that will make the most of your time and training dollars. Safety One, Inc. Training Company 8181 W. Brandon Dr. Littleton, CO 80125 800-485-7669 www.safetyoneinc.com We specialize in training programs for employees whose work involves special hazards in areas beyond easy access and rapid emergency aid. We focus on workers who must negotiate terrain which presents unique hazards in any line of work or industry. Selling Solutions Training Company 28591 Craig Ave. Menifee, CA 92584 Contact: Phil Cook 951-301-5769 cook278@verizon.net aglmediagroup.com Sales and Marketing Consulting. SpanSet USA Training Company 3125 Industrial Dr Sanford, NC 2733 800-334-7505 ssales@spanset-usa.com www.spanset-usa.com For us, safety takes top priority when it concerns the protection of a person?s life, the lifting of heavy loads or the transportation of goods. We can offer you professional and fully developed solutions for safe lifting, material handling and working at heights through high-quality products, our expertise and services. Spectracom Training Company Peak Career Services / Pinnacle Career Institute Training Company 1601 W 23rd St, Ste 200, Lawrence, KS 66046 877-241-3097 www.pcitraining.edu When it comes to practical training in today?s ca- reer fields, Pinnacle Career Institute can offer you a variety of program options. For more than 50 years, we have been helping qualified students find direction in life with relevant career training in the medical, health & fitness, trades & techni- cal, and alternative energy fields. Our instructors bring relevant experience to the classroom and can help you gain applicable skills that today?s employers are looking for. Pigeon Mountain Industries, Inc. Training Company PO Box 803 LaFayette, GA 30728-0803 800-282-ROPE custserv@pmirope.com www.pmirope.com PMI?s Vertical Specialist program exists to estab- lish a group of excellent, experienced athletes in various rope related sports and rope access skills across the USA. Radiofrequence Safety International (RSI) Training Company Safety Connection, Inc. Training Company 6032 Fieldstone Ave, Ste. H Baton Rouge, LA 70809 800-480-3521 sales@safetyconnection.com www.safetyconnection.com We have certified professional trainers that conduct various classes for Fall Protection and Rescue at our in-door training facilities in Baton Rouge, LA and Houston, TX; or at your location. We conduct hands on training with real life sce- narios to ensure you have the best understanding and knowledge available. Miller Fall Protection by Honeywell Training Company 1345 15th Street P.O. Box 271 Franklin, PA 16323 800-873-5242 millertechexpert@sperianprotection.com www.millerfallprotection.com The Miller Collective Systems concept incorpo- rates a wide range of product solutions, techni- cal support, research and development projects, component testing, training, installation and consultancy services. Through Miller Collective Systems, Honeywell can support the needs of a project at any stage, however, early involvement will permit the greatest solution flexibility, and will always produce improved results practically, commercially and safely. Pacific Safety Solution LLC Training Company Contact: Corey Messer 760-504-1180 corey@pacsafety.net www.pacsafetysolutions.com Pacific Safety Solutions provides a myriad of solutions based on the specific needs of our clients. We believe that safe and healthy employ- ees are a vital asset to any successful business. Providing a safe and healthy work environment improves productivity, reduces operating costs, and allows our clients to maximize profits. Parsons Infrastructure & Technology Group Training Company 100 W Walnut St Pasadena, CA, 91124 626-440-2000 www.parsons.com Founded in 1944, Parsons, an engineering, construction, technical, and management services firm with revenues of $3 billion in 2012, is 100% owned by the Employee Stock Owner- ship Trust. Parsons is a leader in many diversi- fied markets with a focus on transportation, environmental/infrastructure, defense/security, and resources. We conquer the toughest logisti- cal challenges and deliver design/design-build, program/construction management, and other professional services packaged in innovative alternative delivery methods to federal, regional, and local government agencies, as well as to private industrial customers worldwide. Supplier Guide 47 A.G. Franz Hardware 5 Stanton Court Plainsboro, NJ 08536 609-936-1919 sales@agfranz.com www.agfranz.com/narda-df A.G. Franz is the North American master distribu- tor for RF test-equipment for interference and direction finding measurements and remote spectrum analyzers from Narda Test Solutions Advanced RF Technoligies Hardware 3116 W Vanowen Burbank, CA 91505 Contact: Arnold Kim 818-840-8131 sales@adrftech.com www.adrftech.com AdvanceTec Industries, Inc Hardware 1150 NW 163rd Drive Miami, FL 33169 305-623-3939 sales@advancetec.com www.advancetec.com Wireless communications manufacturing and distributing company Aero Solutions Hardware 5500 Flatiron Parkway Boulder, CO 80301 Contact: Ryan Spalding 720-304-6882 rspalding@aerosoltionsllc.com www.aerosolutions.com AFD Industrial Filters Hardware 865-525-8697, 888-251-8668 AFD Industrial Filters is a source of all types of air conditioning filters for cell tower equipment. These filters are now available to the industry, and are shipped directly from the factory to you at huge savings. AFD Industrial Filters has provided filters to many wireless companies, in- cluding Nortel Networks and AT&T Mobility, since January, 2000. Replacement filters available for older Nortel BTS-S8000 and BTS-S12000 outdoor units. Tower Safety Inc. Training Company 8363 NW 26th Court Cooper City, FL, 33024 305-345-2470 towersafetyconsulting@gmail.com www.towersafety.net Tower Safety Consulting (formerly Tower Safety International) has been training individuals, Fortune 500 companies, major defense contrac- tors, the United States MIlitary as well as many other Government agencies for the last 15 years. We specialize in offering OSHA mandated safety training for construction workers, maintenance personnel, telecom engineers and design pers- onel regardless of their hands on involvement in working on elevated structures. Vertical Systems International Inc. Training Company 611 Main Street, Box 868 Frisco, Colorado 80443 303-907-1891 info@vsimountainsafety.com www.vsimountainsafety.com Vertical Systems International Inc. (VSI) is dedi- cated to providing safe solutions for industries that have workers exposed to fall hazards and extreme conditions, whether in the mountains or on industrial structures. VSI is the expert in consulting and training for Fall Protection, Tower Climbing, Confined Space, Rope Access, Wilder- ness Mountain Safety and Technical Rescue throughout the world. HARDWARE, COMPONENT, AND ACCESSORY COMPANIES 3Z Telecom Hardware 3361 Executive Way Miramar, FL 33025 Contact: Jessica Molina 954-581-6565 info@3ztelecom.com www.3ztelecom.com Tech Safety Lines, Inc. Training Company 3204 Skylane Drive, Carrollton, Texas 75006 Contact: Brandon Waghorne 214-987-4680 brandon@techsafetylines.com www.techsafetylines.com Tech Safety Lines, Inc. (TSL) is dedicated to pro- viding a culture of safety and protecting workers at height with proprietary training and patented safety equipment. TSL goes above and beyond by providing our clients with a program of safety ensuring a safe work environment. Technical Rescue Systems Training Company 1612 West Laporte Avenue Fort Collins, CO 80521 Contact: Steve Fleming 877-561-1291 steve@technicalrescuesystems.net www.technicalrescuesystems.net TRS offers a service that teaches departments and industrial safety/rescue organizations throughout the world in Emergency Services Rope Rescue, Confined Space Entry & Rescue, Rescuer Safety & Scene Evaluation, Industrial Fall Protection, Communication Tower Climbing and Rescue and Teaching Techniques to adults. These courses have been developed and taught to the industrial sector, fire and emergency ser- vices, military, construction industry, including, but not limited to: wind power, electrical power, mining operations and rescue, communication towers and inspection engineers. TES, Inc. Training Company 10909 Murdock Dr. Knoxville, TN 37932 800-327-4036 training@towergear.com www.towergear.com TES Inc. is your ?Go To? expert for fall protec- tion, rescue and access for work at height, confined space and technical rescue. We offer our customers the opportunity to communicate, train and find the resources to accomplish the task at hand. Supplier Guide 48 Athena Wireless Communications Hardware 12425 W. Bell Rd, Ste. 144 Surprise, AZ 85378 623-242-7224 sales@athenawave.com www.athenawave.com Athena designs and manufactures SiGe-based millimeter-band wireless Gigabit backhaul links and SoC-based LTE small cells for wireless telecommunication operators, governments and private enterprises around the globe. Attochron, LLC Hardware P.O. Box 1036 Lexington, VA 24450 310-670-1777 tc@attochron.com www.attochron.com Free Space Optics Avlite Component Bracnet Ltd. Hardware House:26,Road:28,Block: K,Banani Dhaka arahimbd@yahoo.com www.bracnet.net ISP & Nationwide Data Connectivity Company. Buckingham Mfg. Co., Inc. Accessory BTI Wireless Hardware 6185 Phyllis Drive, Unit D Cypress, CA 90630 Contact: Ron Poulin 714-856-9604 ronp@btiwireless.com www.btiwireless.com Cablcon Hardware 379 Executive Drive Troy, Michigan 480083 Contact: Dan Tomica 248-703-6493 dtomica@cablcon.com www.cablcon.com Allied Fiber Hardware 845 Third Avenue, 16th Fl. New York, NY 10022 Contact: Lauren Sauer 212-920-8300 lauren.sauer@alliedfiber.com www.alliedfiber.com ALLTEC LLC Hardware 64 Catalyst Drive Canton, NC 28716 800-646-9290 online-info@alltecglobal.com www.alltecglobal.com ALLTEC is an international, full-service company specializing in engineered grounding/earthing and bonding, surge/transient protection and lightning protection systems. ALT Fabrication Component Altergy Systems Hardware 140 Blue Ravine Road Folsom, CA 95630 Contact: Vito J. Coletto 480-772-8224 vito.coletto@altergy.com www.altergy.com Ambor Structures Inc. Hardware PO Box 3763 St. Paul, MN 55101 Contact: Andrew Murray 651-414-1276 andrew.murray@amborstructures.com www.amborstructures.com Antenna Products Corporation Accessory ARE Telecom and Wind Hardware 1043 Grand Avenue #213 St. Paul, MN 55101 Contact: Dion Johnson 651-330-1263 djohnson@aretelecom.com www.aretelecom.com AirHop Communications Inc. Component 6150 Lusk Blvd., Ste. B204 & B205 San Diego, CA 92121 858-848-6188 info@airhopcomm.com airhopcomm-web.com Founded in 2007, AirHop is a privately held startup that develops advanced RAN intelligence software critical to the next wave of the mobile Internet. AirHop?s eSON products are the first to completely address the installation, opera- tion, performance, and multi-vendor support challenges of multi-layer, small cell and HetNet deployments. Airvana Hardware 250 Apollo Drive Chelmsford, MA 01824 info@airvana.com www.airvana.com Airvana provides 4G LTE small cell solutions for residential, small/medium business, enterprises and public spaces. Alcatel-Lucent Hardware Allfasteners USA Hardware 15401 Commerce Park Dr. Brook Park, OH 44142 Contact: Bruce Carmichael 440-232-6060 sales@allfasteners.com www.allfasteners.com Fasteners to the tower industry, Ajax Oneside, A490, A325, V bolts, U bolts, steel for tower modifications. Alliance Corporation Hardware 2 Frassetto Way Lincoln Park, NJ 07035 888-821-4797 sales@alliancecomm.com www.alliancecomm.com Alliance Corporation is a full-service value- added distributor of products and solutions for the Wireless industry. We help build thousands of new cell sites every year. Supplier Guide 49 Dantel Inc. Hardware 2991 North Argyle Avenue Fresno, CA 93727 559-292-1111 info@dantel.com www.dantel.com For more than 40 years Dantel Inc continues to provide alarm monitoring, control and media- tion for a variety of network alarm applications worldwide. Dantherm, Inc. Hardware 110 Corporate Road, Suite K Spartenburg, SC 29303 www.dantherm.com/us/ DeltaNode Hardware 30303 Aurora Road Solon, OH 44139 Contact: Tom Boyle 866-695-4569 sales@birdrf.com www.birdrf.com DEUS Rescue Component Dialight Corporation Component Dillon/Quality Plus, Inc. Component Eagle Comtronics Component 7665 Henry Clay Blvd. Liverpool, NY 13088 800-448-7474 sales@eaglecomtronics.com www.eaglecomtronics.com Eagle Comtronics has been a recognized leader in RF (Radio Frequency) communication and filter manufacturing since 1975. Known for in- dustry changing innovations in Filter technology. Comarcom Hardware 7 HaEmek Tivon, Israel 36011 +972 (0)4 9531638 gary@comarcom.biz www.comarcom.biz Comarcom designs, manufactures and markets VEGA, very high gain antenna, the most cost effective solutions to meet Radio Access Network coverage challenges. Comba Telecom Hardware 235 Charcot Ave San Jose, CA 95131 Contact: Kevin Geary 866-802-7961 sales.nam@comba-telecom.com www.combausa.com CommScope Hardware 4 Westbrook Corporate Center, Ste. 400 Westchester, IL 60154 708-236-6634 bill.walter@commscope.com www.commscope.com CommScope has played a role in virtually all the world?s best communication networks. We create the infrastructure that connects people and technologies through every evolution. Our portfolio of end-to-end solutions includes critical infrastructure our customers need to build high- performing wired and wireless networks. COMTRAIN Accessory Corporate College Component CUE DEE AB Component Custom Cable Connection Accessory 13375 N Stemmons Frwy. Ste. 110 Farmers Branch, TX 75234 866-770-3207 www.customcableconnection.com sales@customcableconnection.com Cable Assembly House. Carrier iQ Component 640 W. California Avenue, Ste. 100 Sunnyvale, CA 94086 650-625-5400 bbergeret@carrieriq.com www.carrieriq.com As market leader in mobile intelligence, Carrier iQ provides mobile operators and device vendors with actionable analytics and insights into the real mobile customer experience. Carwell Specialty Coatings Component Cavium Inc. Component 2315 N. First Street San Jose, CA 95131 408-943-7100 info@cavium.com www.cavium.com OCTEON Fusion Family, the industry?s most power- ful, small cell Base Station-on-a-chip family are specifically designed for LTE & 3G multi-mode small cell base stations, including picocell and micro base stations. Cell Blocks Inc. Hardware PO Box 1167 Jackson, CA 95642 Contact: James Fey 510-418-4322 philcolflesh@cellblocksinc.com www.cellblocksinc.com Cellsite Solutions Hardware 1720 I Ave NE Cedar Rapids,IA 52402 Contact: Amber Kramer 319-826-3404 amber@cellsitesolutionsllc.com cellsitesolutions.com CITCA LLC Component Supplier Guide 50 Fibrolan Hardware 2 Hacarmel St. Yokneam 20692 97249591717 info@fibrolan.com www.fibrolan.com Fibrolan is an experienced vendor of Optical Access Equipment, for the Telecom (fixed and mobile) and Government markets. fieldSENSE RF Safety Accessory 1801 Westfall Dr. Columbia, MO 65202 Contact: Beau Aero 312-260-6055 info@fieldsense.com www.fieldsense.com FIMO USA Component Fiplex Communications, Inc. Hardware 7331 N.W. 54th Street Miami, FL 33166 305-884-8991 info@fiplex.com www.fiplex.com Fiplex develops, designs and manufactures a wide line of passive and active products for the Tele- communications Industry, which includes standard and customized wireless coverage solutions. First Element Energy Hardware 9972 Lakeview Ave. Lenexa, KS 66219 775-450-3028 squai@firstelementenergy.com www.FirstElementEnergy.com Small business manufacturer of hydrogen and methanol fuel cells for tower backup power and off-grid locations requiring weeks/ months of run time. Flash Technology Component 332 Nicol Lane Franklin, TN 37122 www.spx.com/en/flash-technology Etheretronics Inc. Hardware 5501 Oberlin Drive, Ste. 100 San Diego, CA 85259 619-847-9855 amccray@ethertronics.com www.ethertronics.com Ethertronics develops antenna and RF Front End system solutions for 3G and 4G (LTE and LTE- Advanced) mobile devices, as well as solutions for M2M, IoT and Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS). Exalt Communications, Inc. Hardware 254 E Hacienda Avenue Campbell, CA 95008 408-688-0200 info@exaltcom.com www.exaltcom.com Exalt Communications the leading innovator of next-generation point-to-point and point-to-mul- tipoint systems for private networks and Internet infrastructures. Fairview Microwave Component 1130 Junction Dr. Suite 100 Allen, TX 75013 972-649-6678 shaun@fairviewmicrowave.com www.fairviewmicrowave.com Fairview Microwave offers immediate delivery of RF components including attenuators, adapters, coaxial cable assemblies, connectors, termina- tions and much more. FASMETRICS S.A. Hardware Perikleous 17 Athens 15344 302103000000 info@fasmetrics.com www.fasmetrics.com FASMETRICS S.A. offers a revolutionary robotic antenna platform that dramatically changes how an antenna network operates and behaves. It increases the capacity and quality of broadband services, sharply reduces costs and keeps your customers loyal Fiber Instrument Sales Hardware 161 Clear Road Oriskany, NY 13424 Contact: Kirk Donley 315-736-2206 www.fiberinstrumentsales.com Eagle Comtronics Component 7665 Henry Clay Blvd. Liverpool, NY 13088 800-448-7474 sales@eaglecomtronics.com www.eaglecomtronics.com Eagle Comtronics has been a recognized leader in RF (Radio Frequency) communication and filter manufacturing since 1975. Known for in- dustry changing innovations in Filter technology. Eastpointe Industries, Inc. Component Electro Wire Hardware 933 East Remington Rd Schaumburg, IL 60173 Elk River, Inc. Accessory EnerSphere Communications, LLC Accessory 2950 Mt. Wilkinson Pkwy. SE Atlanta, GA 30339 404-448-4729 info@enersphere.com www.enersphere.com EnerSphere develops, sells and leases modu- lar composite pole technology with integrated outdoor Small Cell infrastructure that serves the mobile communications, electric utility and municipal markets. ERICO, INc. Component Ericsson Hardware Essentia Hardware One Mallard Pointe, 11020 David Taylor Drive, Ste. 103 Charlotte, NC 282262 Contact: Caroline Dalpiaz 704-360-3647 caroline.dalpiaz@essentia-inc.com www.essentia-inc.com Supplier Guide 51 Interop Technologies Hardware Iron City Telecom, Inc. Hardware 12 Pulaski Street Brooklyn, NY 11206 347-742-0610 vbarlow@ironcitytelecom.net ISCO International Hardware 444 E. State Parkway, Suite 123 Schaumburg, IL 60173 888-472-3458 sales@iscointl.com www.iscointl.com Solutions maximizing performance of the RF uplink through spectrum conditioning to mitigate interference, manageability to react to spectrum dynamics, and spectral awareness tools. ITL, LLC Component iTrinegy Hardware Bulse Grange Saffron Walden CB11 4JT +44 01799 252200 debra.wilkins@itrinegy.com www.itrinegy.com iTrinegy provides network profiling and network emulation for de-risking application performance out in the field for Satellite, Virtual, WAN/LAN, Mobile, Radio over IP etc JDSU Hardware 430 N McCarthy Blvd. Milpitas, CA 95035 408-546-5000 info@jdsu.com www.jdsu.com JDSU serves markets that are at the heart of what?s important, making virtually every network in the world faster and more reliable. JDSU leads the fastest-growing segments of the optical-net- working market: tunable XFPs, transport blades, and reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplex- ers (ROADMs). Hometrust CCTV South Florida Component 2925 NW 130th Avenue Sunrise, FL 33323 954-609-4096 dennisneftleberg@gmail.com www.cctvsouthflorida.com Security Camera DVR Hardware and accessories. Hughey & Phillips Obstruction Lighting Hardware 240 W. Twain Avenue Urbana, OH 43078 937-652-3500 oblighting@hugheyandphillips.com www.hugheyandphillips.com Obstruction Lighting: Broadcast / Telecom- munications / Wind Turbines / Tall Structures / Utilities / Airport Towers Hutton Communications, Inc. Component Innovative Systems Hardware 1000 Innovative Drive Mitchell, SD 57301 605-995-6120 sales@innovsys.com www.innovsys.com Innovative Systems provides voice, video and OSS/BSS telecommunications services to wire- less and wireline companies with over 1200 systems in service. The APMAX delivers voice services including Unified Messaging, Mass Notification, Conference Calling, Web Portal Customer Care and many other enhanced voice services. International Treescapes, LLC Accessory 2580 Progress Street Vista, CA 92081 760-631-6789 www.treescapes.com www.treescapes.com Manufacturer of cellular, surveillance and sound system concealment products, including replica tree wraps for rooftop and hillside sites. International Tower Lighting, LLC Hardware PO Box 41875 Nashville, TN 37204 Contact: Katie Taylor 615-256-6030 ktaylor@itc-llc.com www.itl-llc.com Fujitsu Hardware 2801 Telecom Parkway Richardson, TX 75082 888-362-7763 fncinsidesales@fnc.fujitsu.com www.fujitsu.com With our long history of cutting-edge technology in the field of telecommunications, Fujitsu is well positioned to supply and support end-to-end solutions for wireless networks. FWT, LLC Component Galtronics Hardware Liron Ramot www.galtronics.com liron.ramot@galtronics.com Galtronics is a market leader in antenna solu- tions of the highest quality and design. Markets served include mobile phones, broadband (home networking, M2M, LMP) and wireless infrastructure. GME Supply Co Component GPS Networking Inc. Hardware 373 E. Industrial Blvd. Pueblo West, CO 81007 800-463-3063 salestech@gpsnetworking.com www.gpsnetworking.com We manufacture custom GPS splitters, amplifiers and re-radiating equipment as well as attenua- tors, filters, combiners and Fiber Optic systems. We also offer a range of GPS L-Band, Galileo and Glonass antennas, surge protectors, adapt- ers, connectors and custom cable assemblies. We are AS9001:2008 certified. Graybar Component H & H Industries Component Harger Lightning & Grounding Component Supplier Guide 52 MSETCL Hardware Parakash Ganga, BKC, Bandra(E) Mumbai India 400062 singhbp64@yahoo.com mahatransco.in Multiwave Sensors Inc. Component Narda Safety Test Solutions Component National Strand Products, Inc. Component Nello Hardware 211 W. Washington St, Ste. 2000 South Bend, IN 46601 Contact: Todd Kneller 574-288-3632 tkneller@nelloinc.com www.nelloinc.com Neptuno - NAAP Hardware 401 E Las Olas Blvd, Ste. 1520 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 Contact: Nelsy Arellano 954-525-1906 narellano@neptunousa.com www.naapsolution.com Northstar Battery Company Hardware 4000 Continental Way Springfield, MO 65803 Contact: Al Aflague 530-503-5053 al.aflague@northstarbattery.com www.northstarbattery.com Omitron Component Optica Network Technologies, LLC Accessory Optical Zonu Corporation Hardware 15028 Delano Street Van Nuys, CA 91411 818-780-9701 info@opticalzonu.com www.opticalzonu.com Manufacturers of carrier-grade RF-over-Fiber inter- connect links for small cell and DAS deployments. LNA Solutions, Inc. 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