Jtel: The tower industry in the Northeast and Amazon regions of Brazil

Local telecom service provider Jtel introduce the logistical challenges of maintaining towers along the coastline and in the jungle

Read this article to learn:

  • Overcoming the challenges of oxidisation at coastal towers
  • The need for local know-how and logistics expertise to service an estimated 10% of Brazil’s towers that are in the jungle, many off-grid
  • Why Brazil’s telecom and tower industry is so fragmented
  • Brazil’s capacity for domestic production of towers and accessories

The Brazilian tower industry is not just about the major cities in the Southeast, where growth is driven by burgeoning demand for data capacity and there is an impending need for cell site densification driven by LTE. There is another market for towers and telecom services in the Northeast of the country and in the…

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