Small Cells

Why Small Cells Matter

In an era where roughly 77% of adults in the United States now own a smartphone, to say that network capacity is critical is something of an understatement. This is before you begin to think about the Internet of Things and the impending data explosion that it’s about to bring with it – there will be 30.7 billion devices connected to the IoT by as soon as 2020 alone.

Because of this concepts like expanding capacity, improving coverage and bringing service closer to the consumers who need it the most are of paramount importance – which is precisely why small cell sites are so critical to our future.

At Md7, we have years of experience working on thousands of unique small cell deployments in nearly every environment you can think of – from dense urban areas to suburban neighborhoods to beach and resort communities and everything in between. With projects having been successfully deployed in both the United States and in Europe, we are truly the partner in your wireless future that you (and your customers) need when you need it the most.

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Our Small Cell Services

Md7 is proud to offer a wide range of different services, all of which can be fully customized to meet your needs. These include but are not limited to things like:

  • Siting and Candidate Identification. In addition to identifying geo/polygon and targeted node locations, we will work directly with municipalities, utility companies, pole authorities and more to help get your solution up and running.
  • Zoning & Permitting. We have experience in challenging areas such as dense urban, beach communities, and environmentally sensitive areas.
  • Solution Engineering and Design, which can include site surveys, A&E services, utilities coordination and more.
  • Deployment/Construction Management

The need for small cell towers and related services is only going to increase over the next few years. Contact Md7 and let us show you how we can help you Get On-Air Faster.

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