SmallCellSite.com Shortlisted for 2016 Wireless Broadband Alliance Industry Awards
Innovative, reverse-auction small cell attachment marketplace named a finalist in “Best Next Gen Wi-Fi Network Infrastructure” category
Chantilly, VA, November 3, 2016 – SmallCellSite.com, a new online marketplace that connects mobile operators, fiber owners, and property owners so they can quickly and easily buy and sell small cell installation locations, is shortlisted for the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) annual Industry Awards. The awards recognize and celebrate excellence in wireless innovation.
Small cells have become a fixture for mobile operators as they try to meet the growing demand for network capacity. The reduced form factor of small cells opens up alternate attachment opportunities, including on apartment roofs, shopping centers, billboards, and other locations.
Powered by TeleWorld Solutions, SmallCellSite.com offers significant benefits to both property owners and mobile operators. The site uses an interactive mapping and photo-based interface that makes it possible for property owners nationwide to upload property listing information, receive suggested pricing based on proprietary algorithms, and market directly to the largest mobile operators in the U.S. Mobile operators can search and uncover key information about property asset sources including dimensions, features, pricing, and distance to fiber for small cell, macro-cell, C-RAN, ODAS, Wi-Fi and IoT deployments.
This is the second major award for SmallCellSite.com in only a few months of its existence. The service was unveiled in September at CTIA Super Mobility 2016, where it was named a winner in the “In-Building Wireless (Small Cell, Wi-Fi, LAN)” category at CTIA’s Emerging Technology Awards. Since then, all major carriers have joined the services, and nearly 100,000 assets have been added.
“We are honored that SmallCellSite.com has been shortlisted for this esteemed industry award, and are thrilled that the site has gotten such recognition in such a short amount of time,” said Shervin Gerami, chief executive officer, TeleWorld Solutions. “SmallCellSite.com is a continued example of our tireless mission of continuing to innovate and bring a fresh approach to wireless challenges that become intuitive and powerful solutions for our customers.”
The winners of the WBA Industry Awards will be announced on November 16th at the San Jose, CA Wireless Global Congress.
Smallcellsite.com is a disruptive, reverse-auction marketplace that connects mobile operators and willing property owners so they can quickly and simply buy and sell small cell and other wireless network component installation locations. Leveraging interactive photos and maps, proprietary algorithms, and other information, operators can browse and select the real estate assets they need – close to fiber optic resources – for ideal small cell deployment. Property owners can effortlessly market the details of their offerings – including features, price, and proximity to fiber – to attract operator interest and monetize their locations. SmallCellSite.com reduces costs and fast-tracks small cell deployments to power the next-generation networks of tomorrow.
About TeleWorld Solutions, Inc.
TeleWorld Solutions, Inc. is the wireless integrator’s answer to stagnant thinking and status quo problem solving. With fourteen years and hundreds of thousands of innovative wireless implementations on record, we’re leading providers of unconventionally adept design and dimensioning, testing, optimization, and deployment services for network operators, OEMs and tower companies. Learn more at www.teleworldsolutions.com.
About the Wireless Broadband Alliance
Founded in 2003, the mission of the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) is to champion the development of the converged wireless broadband ecosystem through seamless, secure and interoperable unlicensed wireless broadband services for delivering outstanding user experience. Building on our heritage of NGH and carrier Wi-Fi, WBA will continue to drive and support the adoption of Next Generation Wi-Fi services need coexistence and convergence of unlicensed and licensed networks across the entire public Wi-Fi ecosystem, including IoT, Big Data, Converged Services, Smart Cities, 5G, etc. Today, membership includes major fixed operators such as BT, Comcast and Time Warner Cable; seven of the top 10 mobile operator groups (by revenue) and leading technology companies such as Cisco, Microsoft, Huawei Technologies, Google and Intel. WBA member operators collectively serve more than 2 billion subscribers and operate more than 30 million hotspots globally.