Fierce Wireless – Verizon installs 5G in Denver in special ‘smart poles’ 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
AGL Media: Collaboration Speeds Denver Small Cell Deployment 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
Xcel Energy’s Ed Bieging on How Utilities Can Help Accelerate 5G Network Buildouts Hundreds of thousands of new small cell sites are expected to be needed to support 5G and the revolutionary services it will enable — from connected vehicles to the internet of things.
5G Benefits and Value to Utilities 5G is the next big step in wireless communications. The technology will bring a number of new capabilities – higher bandwidth, lower latency, lower power requirements and a number of technical innovations (network slicing, beamforming and edge computing) that will allow for a number
Modular Design Future-proofs Multiple-use Small Cell Poles Small cell infrastructure needs to fit in with the communities where it is placed, according to Mike Constance, director of operations for Comptek Technologies. Speaking at the Connectivity Expo conducted by the Wireless Infrastructure Association on May 22, in a session about the
Fierce Wireless – Verizon installs 5G in Denver in special ‘smart poles’ The Boulder, Colorado-based company Comptek Technologies has designed stand-alone poles to house wireless