Alexandria telecom firm buys New York company
InSite Wireless Group acquires Repeater Communications Group
Alexandria-based telecommunications company InSite Wireless Group LLC announced Wednesday it has acquired Great Neck, New York-based Repeater Communications Group LLC, an operator of leased rooftop telecommunications sites in the New York City area.
A transaction amount was not disclosed.
InSite Wireless is a privately owned company that manufactures tower and wireless infrastructure. With the acquisition, InSite Wireless will gain access to urban rooftop telecom sites that Repeater Communications currently operates.
“Repeater’s portfolio of buildings varying in size and its excellent landlord relationships enables current 4G growth as well as the evolving 5G technology for a full-suite of equipment deployment options in the densely populated urban areas,” InSite Wireless CEO David E. Weisman said in a statement. “We are excited to partner with Repeater as we play a crucial role facilitating 5G technological expansion in these markets and beyond.”
As one of the largest tower and wireless infrastructure companies in the country, InSite Wireless develops, manages, owns and operates approximately 2,500 telecommunications towers and sites for wireless carriers in the U.S. and its territories, as well as Canada and Australia. Repeater Communications markets and operates 3,500 co-located rooftop and tower communications sites.