Mobilitie: Bringing 4G Wireless to a Venue Near You

May 2013
Orange County Business Journal;5/13/2013, Vol. 36 Issue 19, p1
The article profiles U.S.-based private held company Mobilitie LLC, the provider of wireless infrastructure. It highlights the strategic move of the firm to make its first windfall by enhancing wireless coverage throughout the country. It notes that Mobilitie has become the leader when it comes to the installation of distributed antenna systems (DAS).


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