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October 04, 2011

Tower Cloud 'Turns Up' 3G and 4G Wireless Networks in Atlanta

Tower Cloud, Inc is one of the leading-edge fiber optic and wireless backhaul network providers. The company recently announced the launch of its wireless backhaul network in Atlanta, Georgia. The company has built out an enhanced backhaul infrastructure network for three wireless carrier 3G and 4G networks.

Reports in the June 2011 issue of PC Magazine have suggested that Atlanta, Georgia is currently one of the fastest mobile networks in the nation and Tower Cloud's Ethernet backhaul network has helped to contribute to this achievement. Tower Cloud's pure Ethernet broadband network has consistently provided high quality backhaul that is required to enable faster mobile user access with greater predictability, availability and reliability.

In a release, Ron Mudry, CEO of Tower Cloud, said, “With the explosive growth of iPhones, Blackberries and Android Smart phones, wireless carriers are rushing to upgrade and enhance their networks to meet today's demand. Atlanta is a prime example of our ability to quickly and efficiently ‘turn up' a network to help bring real-time 4G to consumers.”

Tower Cloud leverages pure Ethernet broadband technologies and operates a fiber-focused network to backhaul voice, video and data from cell sites for wireless carriers. The Tower Cloud network is made up of 8 fiber rings and over 1400 fiber miles that support the delivery of advanced consumer and business services such as 3G and 4G by the major wireless carriers at more than 225 cell sites in the Atlanta metro area.


Carolyn John is a Contributor to MobilityTechzone. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves


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