AT&T Inc (NYSE:T), which happens to be one of the industry leaders, has moved ahead to invest about $975 million in its Monroe, Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach County wireless and wired networks during 2014-2016.
It goes without saying that all the above investments go along way towards enhancing reliability, speed, coverage as well as the overall performance for the various residents as well as businesses. They also move the extra step to actually enhance critical services that back up first responders and public safety at the same time.
2016 was indeed a great year considering the implementation of a number of crucial developments by the provider. It witnessed the establishment of about 950 wireless network upgrades in the Key West, West Palm Beach areas, Fort Lauderdale and Miami.
While giving his speech, the president of AT&T, Joe York said, “AT&T is investing to provide faster, more reliable, highly secure connectivity for Floridians. These continued investments bring residents and businesses a host of new opportunities and help pave the path for 5G mobile services in the years ahead,”
As a matter of fact, the improved services is set to take the company’s service delivery a notch higher and aside from that it also looks forward to generate more revenues to aid with the already lined-up expansions. The company has been performing pretty well over the years but right now it wishes to become even better and thrive in the world markets.
While addressing a press conference, Mike La Rosa, who indeed happens to be the state Representative outlined, “The Advanced Wireless Infrastructure Deployment Act provides a state-wide uniform approach to the efficient deployment of wireless technology. This legislation reduces unnecessary roadblocks that increase expenses associated with wireless deployment and will help speed up the availability of 5G technology.”
A lot of good deals and openings are being witnessed by the company and there might still be many more on the way! The perfect example that shows indeed things are looking good for the provider is for instance the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) which according to sources settled on AT&T in the setting up of a nationwide public safety broadband network.
For now it is clear the provider is on the path to success, but the future is something we just have to wait and see!