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With c.8,000 active cellular sites, we have helped the Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) deliver equipment upgrades for 4G and will be assisting with the future rollout of 5G communications across the UK.
We also host critical network services on our masts and towers and are the largest owner of street furniture concessions (e.g. lamp posts) across London - essential to outdoor small cells and future dense urban 5G roll-out plans.
A £1m contract has been awarded to build masts to improve North Yorkshire’s mobile phone coverage.
Arqiva confirms it has reached an agreement to sell its In-Building Solutions portfolio to Wireless Infrastructure Group (WIG)
Arqiva will continue to focus on developing its core business of providing shared outdoor infrastructure and connectivity solutions to the Mobile Network Operators including tower and rooftop infrastructure across the UK and outdoor small cells in urban environments.
Horsebridge is a leading communications network and security infrastructure provider serving clients in various sectors, from military and government organisations to transport and utilities businesses. The company is based in the UK, although its solutions are deployed in more than 120 countries.
It’s easy to take our domestic water supply for granted - very few people in the UK have had to think twice about its availability. But, as we reflect on a record-breaking summer, water companies are under mounting pressure to do more with less and keep supplies flowing.
As a leading UK communications infrastructure provider, Arqiva is also a signatory of the statement.
Behind Arqiva’s crucial infrastructure, there are hundreds of skilled engineers, each doing their daily bit to keep the UK’s TV, radio, telecoms and smart technology services up and running. In this article we take a look at the role of our apprenticeship scheme in developing our future talent.
Arqiva, the communications infrastructure and media services company, has today announced that it has completed an extension to its smart water metering fixed network trial for Anglian Water, one of the largest water and water recycling companies in England and Wales.
In densely populated UK cities, millions of consumers and businesses are unknowingly battling to get online using the same limited spectrum. And, while most are satisfied at present, mobile services will soon decline if we don’t address the growing strain on networks with the growing appetite for data-heavy services.