In conjunction with key local industry experts, BAI Communications, a worldwide communications infrastructure provider, has launched the next phase of its international growth plan with its entrance into Italy. The company’s goal is to deliver neutral host connected infrastructure solutions to one of Europe’s strongest telecoms markets.
BAI Italia is the company’s first European business outside of the United Kingdom and Ireland, bolstering its position as a regional leader in 5G and shared infrastructure. BAI Italia will focus on providing low latency and limitless capacity neutral host networks to ensure that Italians can remain connected in congested metropolitan areas.
The group’s vast capabilities will be leveraged by the experienced leadership team to design, develop, manage and fund the critical connectivity infrastructure required to advance digital innovation. The organization will expand existing connections with mobile network operators (MNOs), businesses and municipalities to create a future-ready platform that will be integral to the success of Italy’s digital economy.
BAI Italia will install technologies such as 5G small cells to densify networks in urban areas, private networks for organizations in healthcare, education and manufacturing, as well as cutting-edge DAS networks for major public events and stadiums. The solutions will be identical to those that the company has already deployed across over 220 major locations in the United States via Mobilitie and other venues across Europe via Vilicom.
“BAI’s expansion into Italy represents another important milestone in our growth strategy to become a leading provider of telecommunications infrastructure in Europe and globally. As one of the largest mobile markets in Europe, Italy presents an exciting opportunity for BAI to further extend its neutral host solutions, as MNOs, municipalities and private companies continue to invest in the 5G infrastructure required to support a more connected future,” commented Igor Leprince, Group CEO of BAI Communications.