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

‘I want to be crystal clear’: EXFO founder and chairman spars with Viavi over potential acquisition (Wed, 16 Jun 2021)
“I will not consider any alternative change of control transaction of EXFO,” says company founder & chairman EXFO Founder and Chairman Germain Lamonde has extended an acquisition offer for outstanding shares that will take EXFO private, and when Viavi Solutions used that offer as an opportunity to press its repeated bid to acquire EXFO, Lamonde [...] The post ‘I want to be crystal clear’: EXFO founder and chairman spars with Viavi over potential acquisition appeared first on RCR Wireless News.
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Qualcomm Webinar: Powerhouse connectivity for mobile: advanced Wi-Fi & Bluetooth explained (Wed, 16 Jun 2021)
Wireless connectivity and mobile are inseparable. Mobile gaming, compute productivity, wireless XR are among the many mobile applications that rely heavily on fast, responsive, and reliable wireless connections. In turn, those connections translate directly to perceived quality of a device, alongside processor and RAM. In addition to 5G, advancements in Wi-Fi 6, 6E and beyond [...] The post Qualcomm Webinar: Powerhouse connectivity for mobile: advanced Wi-Fi & Bluetooth explained appeared first on RCR Wireless News.
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Stocks tumble as Fed keeps policy on hold, raises inflation outlook (Wed, 16 Jun 2021)
U.S. equity markets tumbled Wednesday after the Federal Reserve reiterated its belief that inflation is "transitory," but said that rate hikes will likely begin in 2023.
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LIVE: Fed decision reaction, Powell Q&A recap (Wed, 16 Jun 2021)
The Federal Reserve says inflation is "transitory" and plans rate by 2023.
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