Keyword: SBA Communications
Tower company executives are hoping for additional revenues from bigger, heavier MIMO antennas.
Crown Castle, SBA Communications and American Tower face a handful of major issues at they head into the first-quarter earnings season.
Things are looking good in 2018, tower company executives said this week.
Three of the nation’s largest wireless network installation companies offered uniformly positive outlooks for the U.S. market this week.
On Wednesday, SBA Communications became the first tower company to confirm it has received applications from AT&T for the FirstNet build, Wells Fargo reported.
Shares of tower companies jumped Monday after Sprint and T-Mobile said negotiations to merge had collapsed.
The tower segment is regaining its footing, according to multiple analysts, and the near term looks bright thanks largely to the FirstNet buildout.
Vendors of small cells expect that market to ramp up significantly over the next few years as carriers look to densify their networks.
SBA Communications may be ripe for a tie-up with a bigger rival in the tower sector, according to Barclays. But don’t expect that to happen soon.
Wall Street analysts are almost unanimous in their outlook for the tower industry. And their outlook for the tower industry is good.