How towering services will affect the future of connectivity

Around the world, our data capacity and connectivity is becoming broader, faster and more reliable, giving every industry the ability to increase productivity and generate innovation. And while the media highlights the latest cutting-edge technologies, such as 5G high-bandwidth satellite and low-Earth orbit satellite areas, the future of connectivity depends largely on the expansion of existing technology: fiber-optic services, 5G medium/low-band other long- and short-range solutions.

Towering is one of the main growth drivers in the telecommunications industry. In fact, the tower industry has gained great importance in the United States and Latin America as a way to provide connectivity solutions to consumers in a flexible, reliable and secure manner.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture invested approximately USD 85 million in 2015 to improve Internet connectivity in rural America. According to the report “
Telecom Towers Market – Growth, Trends and Forecast (2019 – 2024)
“In the last decade, millions of dollars have been spent on improving broadband connectivity in rural areas, and annual data usage of wireless networks has increased rapidly and significantly.

Towering services help boost the economy in these more remote locations by creating jobs, reducing unemployment rates and channeling more revenue. Still, many rural areas around the world lack high-speed Internet access. With the introduction of technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT) and 5G, the global telecom tower market is projected to increase demand in the coming years.

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