One of the key challenges facing the multi-billion-dollar wireless industry is the cost and time taken to deploy new cell sites, especially small cells. Not to mention just finding suitable locations. In fact, it is not unusual for this process to take the better part of two years. Deployment efforts are hamstrung by the availability of suitable land, while regulations, ownership, and rights-of-use conflicts are also potential negative factors.
This white paper provides an overview of the demand for small cells, the continued deployment challenges, and the opportunity afforded by InfraSite's Bob's Box, which offers cost-effective access to real estate at the edge of the network and anywhere in immediate proximity to the user in a discrete, safe and fast deployment.