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

SRG on Super Bowl capacity: 5G is the go-to carrier and 3.45 GHz is in play (Tue, 07 Feb 2023)
The bulk of the three national carriers’ capacity for Super Bowl 57 is on their 5G networks The Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs aren’t the only ones who have been preparing for this weekend’s Super Bowl LVII—operators have been building out additional capacity for the past year or more, ahead of the marquee […] The post SRG on Super Bowl capacity: 5G is the go-to carrier and 3.45 GHz is in play appeared first on RCR Wireless News.
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Cisco closes IT/OT divide with new cloud tools for remote IoT management, security (Tue, 07 Feb 2023)
Cisco has introduced a number of new cloud services in its IoT operations dashboard to increase industrial asset visibility and manage assets remotely and securely. At its annual Cisco Live event in Amsterdam, the firm said it had focused on ways to bridge the IT/OT divide, as edge-based IoT sensors are deployed alongside OT equipment […] The post Cisco closes IT/OT divide with new cloud tools for remote IoT management, security appeared first on RCR Wireless News.
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