The market for roll-out services will continue to be driven by growth in mobile subscriptions and data traffic over the coming years. This growth places an increasing need for upgrading and modernizing legacy networks. Data traffic increase puts also a demand on transforming existing backhaul and transport networks, as well as highlighting the importance of bringing the optical fiber point-of-presence (FTTx) as close to the end-user as possible. Operators are dependent on optimizing and finding innovative ways to lower operational and capital expenditure while maintaining network quality, improving the speed of the network transformation and ensuring a seamless and predictable user experience. Opportunities for new industries and business solutions, such as maritime, public safety and smart energy grids arise with the explosion of network connectivity, demanding roll-out services.
Network Roll-Out offers a complete suite of services that address Mobile Broadband, Packet Transport, Transmission, IP, Fiber and Multi Vendor Networks for operators and other industry customers. Our service undertakings and offerings are built around our capabilities in Project Management, Site Engineering, Civil Work, Installation, Product Configuration and Integration covering end-to-end deployments from Site Acquisition through to Customer Acceptance.
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