Albany, NY, May 28, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- ANS Advanced Network Services is launching a new venture; ANS Tower Services, a division focused on the installation and maintenance of communication towers, antenna systems and base sites. The new team will effectively manage all facets of the tower construction and antenna installation process from initial site planning to final system turn-up.
ANS Advanced Network Services Vice President and General Manager Paul Fettuccia said, “The consumer wireless marketplace has been one of the highest growth sectors in the United States economy in recent years. With our extensive experience as a leading vendor for national telecommunications service providers and equipment manufacturers, our transition into this market will be seamless.”
Headquartered in Albany, New York, Advanced Network Services provides engineering, procurement, installation, and project management services for communications companies throughout the United States. The company specializes in telephone central office and customer premise environments and supports digital switching, carrier and transport systems, timing and alarming systems, and supplemental DC power systems. ANS also provides test and turn-up, and 24-7 maintenance services.
ANS is experienced in all sizes of projects, from small implementations to full central office build-outs. Their broad base of experience, expertise and capabilities encompass all mission-critical communications environments, from the central office to the customer premise.
“Even as we are busy building cable-based networks, we are keenly aware of the exponential growth happening in the cellular industry,” Fettuccia said. “ANS has designed and installed thousands of miles of copper and fiber optic cable infrastructure for the wired and wireless industry sectors and we see this arena as the next great frontier in the telecommunications industry.”
According the to the Cellular Telecommunication & Internet Association (CTIA) total US wireless revenues were $60.5 billion for the first six months of 2006, up 8.6% from $55.7 billion in the first half of 2005.
Industry analysts also expect this growth to accelerate as consumer demand is driven by the introduction of more feature-rich devices, the development of increasingly practical applications and the deployment of next generation networks capable of supporting advanced functionality and more interactive content.
As the number of cell phone users, time spent on calls and the proliferation of wireless data communications continues to grow, cellular providers are seeking to improve bandwidth, data, video, music and improve the overall level of service in order to compete in an increasingly commoditized industry.
“The customers need for access and constant coverage drives the demand for the wireless infrastructure; tower space, antenna coverage and system optimization. ANS Tower Services proven project management processes will deliver results that exceed customer expectations for quality and cost effectiveness, and make certain that all critical project deadlines are met,” Fettuccia concluded.