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Qwest organizes fiber work for wireless backhaul, broadband business Qwest organizes fiber work for wireless backhaul, broadband businessQwest organizes fiber work for wireless backhaul, broadband business

 

12 November 2010

Qwest may be in the process of uniting with CenturyLink, but they plan to continue focusing on its core strategies around expanding its Fiber to the Node (FTTN) footprint and signing more fiber to the cell site tower contracts.
This week's at Wells Fargo Securities 2010 Technology, Media and Telecom Conference, Qwest Communications' executive vice president and chief financial officer, Joseph J. Euteneuer stated that the service provider's deployment of fiber facilities serves its growing wireless backhaul, consumer FTTN and even business service customers.
On the fiber to the cell tower side, Qwest chose a transitional strategy for wireless operators that understands their total wireless backhaul spend.
Qwest has 4,000 cell sites under contract and as of Sept. 31 they were billing 1,000 sites.
With over 18,000 cell sites in its 14-state footprint, Qwest is sure that it could serve at least 8,000 of those sites.

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