RTT News is reporting that Nokia Networks is buying SAC Wireless to boost it’s network implementation services. Schaumburg, Illinois-based SAC Wireless, with about 450 employees, has a national footprint and has worked with major telecom operators. The company helps to support the rollout of major telecom networks in the U.S., including indoor/outdoor small cells, distributed antenna systems, and 4G LTE upgrades.
SAC Wireless’ services include an SAC Wireless Engine Room that is focused on managing site development, architectural and engineering, regulatory and compliance activities for national network programs.
In addition, SAC Wireless services include self-perform implementation of indoor and outdoor small cells and distributed antenna systems or DAS, RF engineering and design, and turnkey program management of large-scale network deployments.