• Sitetracker is the global leader in deployment, operations, maintenance, and asset management software for critical infrastructure and technology providers • Led by H.I.G. Growth Partners and Energize Ventures, Sitetracker’s Series C includes participation from all returning investors plus new strategic partners • Sitetracker will use this round of investment to accelerate the company’s product roadmap, solution delivery capabilities, and global expansion
Sitetracker, Inc. powers the successful deployment of critical infrastructure. As the global standard for managing high-volume projects, the Sitetracker Platform enables growth-focused innovators to optimize the entire asset lifecycle. From the field to the C-suite, Sitetracker enables stakeholders to perfect how they plan, deploy, maintain, and grow their capital asset portfolios. Market leaders in the telecommunications, utility, smart cities, and alternative energy industries — such as Verizon, Nokia, Fortis, Alphabet, and Panasonic — rely on Sitetracker to manage millions of sites and projects representing over $12 billion of portfolio holdings globally.
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After the successful launch of the 2020 Telecom Infrastructure Provider Guide, Sitetracker is launching a unique survey focused on the European market, aimed to reflect the state of the regional telecom infrastructure industry.added by Mr Brett Chester 1 min Read
What's going on in telecom infrastructure this year?added by Mr Brett Chester 2 min Read
The promise of 5G in jeopardy without fiber fronthaul investment. Learn how industry leaders are taking a new approach.added by Mr Brett Chester 1 min Read
2018 saw new advances in technology, new merger & acquisition activity, and new pilots in 5G deployment. Though this past year saw a lot of progress, there’s much more to come in 2019. In order to make 5G a reality in 2019 and beyond, 2018 laid the groundwork in fiber, small cells, and determined the standards for other 5G technologies. This past year has provided the foundation for 5G organizational and industry standardization, through physical, regulatory, and operational infrastructure groundwork. To succeed in the future, carriers and their service providers will need to build new infrastructure to make 5G a reality. This report from Sitetracker outlines what infrastructure is necessary, how to build it efficiently, and what tools are needed. The bottom line: network densification requires operational excellence to succeed, so companies must innovate or be left behind.added by Mr Brett Chester 1 min Read