New Location Expands Support for Exponential Growth of Next Generation 5G and CBRS Wireless Systems from Last Mile to Last Millimeter
CellAntenna Wireless LLC today announces the opening of its Southeast operations support center in Alpharetta, Georgia. The new Atlanta-area office is ideally located to support the exponential increase in demand for Private LTE, CBRS, Public Safety and 5G In-Building wireless technology for current and future customers located in Georgia and the surrounding region.
Supporting CellAntenna’s other locations in Silicon Valley California, Coral Springs Florida and Plano Texas, the Atlanta-area office provides end-to-end, turnkey, in-building distributed antenna system (DAS) integration of cellular and public safety signal solutions. Services include iBwave design and engineering, equipment procurement, installation, commissioning, and SLA support.
"CellAntenna will be an integral part of the growing Atlanta telecommunications marketplace as we expand our operations in the region," stated Howard Melamed, President of CellAntenna. "Being close to our customers allows us to provide outstanding service."
The office in Atlanta is led by Trey Browder, who has extensive experience in sales in support of wireless technology.
For more information contact Trey Browder at 470.610.0111 or visit www.cellantenna.com.
About CellAntenna Wireless LLC
CellAntenna provides end-to-end, turnkey, in-building DAS integration of cellular and public safety solutions for small and large buildings, as well as corporate campuses and industrial complexes. These include site surveys, iBwave design and engineering, system installation of neutral host 4G, 5G , CBRS and Private LTE systems, and SLA support. Headquartered in South Florida celebrating successful 19 years in business, CellAntenna is a Woman Owned Small Business ( WOSB) with operational centers located in California, Texas, and Georgia.
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