About Wireless Communications
In 2017, there were over 400 million wireless subscribed devices in America. This equates to roughly 1.2 devices per person. This trend is expected to grow exponentially as the “Internet of Things” continues to become more prevalent.
Today, more and more people are using their cellular devices for data traffic. Text messaging, video/music streaming, and data applications have become the driving force in Cellular usage. In 2017, cellular subscribers used over 15.7 terabytes of data, nearly four times the amount used in 2014. This dramatic upsurge of data usage has put increased strain on cellular networks, making the extension of coverage and capacity important for the national carriers.
In 2018, smartphone data use surpassed fixed broadband. This means that more and more people are using their cellular networks in the home. In order to meet the demands of today’s subscribers, wireless carriers must bring their networks closer to residential and rural areas. Invisible Towers is working extensively with the wireless carriers to bridge the gap between the underserved areas and the carriers who serve the communities.
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