FRISCO, TEXAS, October 18, 2017- Goodman Networks, the leading provider of end-to-end field services solutions, today announced that it has been selected to conduct an upgrade of base stations across the US.

As a leading international wireless equipment manufacture, this company’s base stations are installed as critical infrastructure supporting the fixed and mobile networks of wireless carriers.  As part of an effort to ensure their service provider customers are deploying the most advanced solutions, Goodman Networks’ has been selected to help perform many of their upgrades and installations of more base stations across the US.  The project will be part of a broad transformation effort across the networks of Tier One wireless carriers.

With almost two decades of expertise designing, installing and maintaining the mobile networks of some of the world’s largest network operators,  Goodman Networks will leverage a broad footprint of more than 2,200 skilled technicians to complete the project in a timely and efficient manner. The transformation project, which is currently underway, is expected to be completed in 2018.

“From our very first days as a company we have been relied on to design and install some of the world’s largest and most complex mobile networks,” said John Goodman, Goodman Networks’ Executive Chairman and CEO. “Our work with this wireless equipment manufacturer builds upon this expertise and will ensure that their customers are utilizing the latest technologies to meet the continued growth in network traffic, resulting in the best possible experience for subscribers on the network.”

 

About Goodman Networks

With 2,200 field service professionals, Goodman Networks is a leading provider of end-to-end field services solutions to the wireless telecommunications, satellite television, smart home electronics retailers and technology OEMs. Since its founding in 2000, Goodman Networks has grown to become one of the largest multi-vendor network and home electronics service providers to the multiple industries in need of last-mile technician solutions in the United States.