Wireless Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of Wireless Infrastructure Group Ltd.
Wireless Infrastructure Group Ltd. provides shared wireless infrastructure solutions primarily to the telecoms sector in the United Kingdom. The company acquires, builds, and operates premium wireless infrastructure to support multiple networks on an open access/wholesale basis. Its wholesale telecoms assets range from communication towers in rural areas to small cell networks in busy public venues that enable wireless networks. The company offers distributed antenna system solutions for venue partners, such as shopping centers, stadiums, arenas, and large outdoor venues. It offers its assets to mobile operators, emergency services, utilities, local broadband companies, machine-to-machine te...
Strathclyde Business Park
Bellshill, ML4 3NJ
Founded in 1995
Key Executives for Wireless Infrastructure Group Ltd.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Business Development Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Wireless Infrastructure Group Ltd. Key Developments
Potential Buyers Mulls Acquisition Of Tower Network From Coillte
Mar 13 15
Shared Access, LLC and TowerCom Ltd. reportedly seek acquisition of tower network from Coillte Teoranta Ltd. Following talks with the Government, the company has put its telecoms masts up for sale to raise cash to fund fresh investment in wind farms and also for its Smart Ply wood products business. Coillte, the State-owned forestry and landowning company, is aiming to raise up to €60 million by selling off the vast network of mobile phone masts located within its forests, one of the largest such portfolios in the country. Coillte has appointed Goodbody Corporate Finance to find a buyer for the tower network. A memorandum for the sale has been prepared and is being distributed to a number of interested parties. Potential buyers for the network, which sources speculated will fetch between €50 million and €60 million, could include Shared Access, a US-backed company that previously struck a deal with the FAI to provide funding for floodlights at soccer grounds in return for being allowed to erect telecoms masts. Another potential bidder is Towercom, which is owned by the Irish Infrastructure Fund. Wireless Infrastructure Group Ltd is also being viewed as a possible buyer. “Coillte can confirm that, following an agreement with Government, it has decided to sell its telecoms assets to part fund its investment in its Smart Ply business and its pipeline of wind energy projects,” said Coillte.
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