The deployment of 5G brings far reaching promises for digital equity and inclusion, city services, underserved communities, education, healthcare, and more. Unfortunately, the rapid deployment of infrastructure to support 5G networks is often hindered by right-of-way construction demands, aesthetic requirements, or availability of the workforce, according to Jim Lockwood, CEO
Attention to detail can be the difference between an efficient permitting process and a deployment that stalls out during the approval process. Boulder, Colorado-based Comptek Technologies, an Aero Wireless Group company, is capitalizing on its ability to create small cell site designs that meet many of the rigorous standards and
California, long known for strict policies for permitting wireless infrastructure, is not a likely locale for a truce in the small cell zoning war. But using a new line of shrouds and mounts from Comptek Technologies, an Aero Wireless Group company, Verizon has made inroads in expediting the permitting and
Comptek Technologies, an Aero Wireless Group company specializing in smart poles and wireless infrastructure solutions, last week announced a line of shrouds and mounts that they hope will simplify and expedite permitting and deployments for wireless network operators. The company is the developer of CityPole® smart poles. They describe their
The Boulder, Colorado-based company Comptek Technologies has designed stand-alone poles to house wireless small cell equipment that is completely hidden within the poles. The City of Denver has approved the design of these Comptek City Poles, and Verizon is now deploying them in Denver for 4G and 5G small cell equipment.
Comptek Technologies is providing Xcel Energy with the first in a series of dual-purpose street light and small cell poles that the company calls CityPoles. The company has engineered the poles to accept 4G and 5G small cell technology. So far, installers have placed 300 small cells in Denver. The
The deployment of 5G brings far reaching promises for digital equity and inclusion, city services, underserved communities, education, healthcare, and more. Unfortunately, the rapid deployment