Rethinking the design of towers for tomorrow’s networks

Safaricom’s structural engineering team search for innovative solutions

Read this article to learn:

  • The profile of Safaricom’s existing tower portfolio
  • How the company manages new site design and build and what they are looking to change
  • Key requirements for new macrosite deployment and priorities for the company’s current tower stock
  • What alternative site typologies the company is looking into
  • How to get involved in TowerXchange’s tower design and strengthening special feature

With over 70% of mobile market share and owning over 60% of the country’s total stock of towers, Safaricom are Kenya’s biggest owner and user of telecoms infrastructure. With a need to expand cost effectively to rural areas, meet growing capacity requirements in urban areas and ensure their towers are capable of meeting the demand…

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