Telecom Infrastructure

Telecom infrastructure refers to the combination of phone, VoIP, internet, airwave, landline and cable technology necessary to support customer communication needs. In order to promote competitiveness, cost-savings, and reliable connectivity, telecom carriers must continually assess their infrastructure setup to identify any areas of optimization and where any roadblocks can be removed. 

SCE Carrier Solutions offers a diverse portfolio of telecom infrastructure solutions in Southern California that carriers can use to expand capacity and extend coverage. Meet your customers’ increasing demand for high volume data transport for multimedia and video application use with existing wireless and telecom infrastructure. Our telecom infrastructure options include:

  • Electric transmission towers
  • Streetlights
  • Lattice towers
  • A-frame tower structures
  • Tubular steel poles
  • Industrially zoned property for custom builds

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Addressing Top Challenges For Telecom Carriers

Having a robust and reliable telecom setup enables carriers to better serve their customers and help them handle current and future communication challenges. On the horizon are a few main focus areas for innovation related to telecom infrastructure. 

Reduce Operating Costs

As they expand, telecom carriers must continue evaluating their technology infrastructure to determine where they can reduce operating and maintenance costs. As customers expect new services and fast connections, telecoms will need to use telecom infrastructure that enables continual expansion.

Minimize Coverage Outages

Using outdated equipment and selecting a telecom provider with unreliable connections can cause network congestion and expensive outages for carriers that can directly impact customer satisfaction. 

An unplanned network outage can cost an average of $15 billion a year of downtime costs for mobile operators.¹ Having a robust infrastructure in place helps promote uptime and reduce common coverage obstacles.    

At SCE Carrier Solutions, we understand the negative effect outages can have on telecom carriers, which is why we offer high-quality telecom infrastructure to help avoid those costs. Our telecom infrastructure is built for:

  • Network signal around Southern California
  • Efficient data transport speeds
  • Reliable and secure network connections
  • Area coverage for carrier customers
  • 5G readiness

Expand Your Coverage

Partner with a network provider that has reliable telecom infrastructure and a wide network. SCE Carrier Solutions’ coverage includes fiber cables and telecom infrastructure stretches across 50,000+ square miles service area of Southern California. Use our telecom infrastructure to expand your coverage within this area to meet the network connections and high volume of data transport demanded by your customers.

Prepare for 5G

5G will bring telecom customers faster speeds, reduced latency, and the capacity to support more devices at the same time. In order to best capitalize on this opportunity, telecom carriers require an up-to-date infrastructure optimized for easy scalability.

Many carriers anticipate using 5G technologies to better serve their customers and stay competitive. Carriers should stay informed on what 5G is capable of and determine how it will strengthen their existing services and help them expand into uncharted territory. Working with a network provider can help carriers identify how to best leverage 5G to strengthen their services and promote the ROI of their build-out expenses.

Extend Your Services with Existing Telecom Infrastructure

SCE Carrier Solutions has the knowledge and expertise to help carriers expand capacity and extend coverage in Southern California. Contact us to explore telecom infrastructure options in your target area.

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Meet the increasing demand for high volume transport with existing telecom infrastructure.

For your reference,

SONET Service for Southern California

Wireless Backhaul for Carriers

Network Infrastructure