Providence provides full service telecommunications site development services including site identification, leasing, A/E, environmental, and  zoning/permitting to the Wireless Telecommunications industry.  Providence also provides buyer/seller and landlord/tenant representation for residential and commercial real estate transactions.

 

Providence is a licensed Real Estate Brokerage Firm in the states of Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina.

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RCR Wireless News

Test and Measurement: PCTel acquires Smarteq Wireless to bolster antenna business (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Test equipment and antenna company PCTel has acquired Swedish company Smarteq Wireless, which develops external antennas for vehicular, energy and industrial IoT applications. PCTEL acquired Smarteq from Allgon AB for about $6.8 million, according to a PCTel filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Smarteq serves customers in 20 countries and has offices in both [...] The post Test and Measurement: PCTel acquires Smarteq Wireless to bolster antenna business appeared first on RCR Wireless News.
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US Cellular pushes mmWave’s limits, achieving gig speeds over a 7 km link (Fri, 07 May 2021)
US Cellular continues to push the limits of 5G millimeter wave, announcing this week that it was able to demonstrate sustained average downlink speeds of about 1 Gbps and peak speeds of more than 2 Gbps in its live network at a distance of 7 kilometers, which it says is the longest 5G mmWave Fixed [...] The post US Cellular pushes mmWave’s limits, achieving gig speeds over a 7 km link appeared first on RCR Wireless News.
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FOX Business

Tesla rival Lucid Motors to run commercial during Elon Musk's SNL episode (Sat, 08 May 2021)
Electric car maker Lucid Motors has a plan to upstage Tesla founder Elon Musk during his highly anticipated appearance as guest host of “Saturday Night Live” this weekend.
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Companies offering hiring incentives to lure workers amid COVID-19 state reopenings (Fri, 07 May 2021)
A growing number of companies across the country are offering incentives to lure new employees as the US economy continues its recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
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