5G and Hauwei – will it change cell rents in Canada?

Great article recently in the Economist on the challenges Telus and Bell face in Canada with all their Huawei equipment. An alternate software system for hardware named “OpenRAN” is described. Perhaps a savior for the Canadian cell industry and property owners with Telus, Bell, Freedom and Videotron sites. How will this affect rents? Give us Read more about 5G and Hauwei – will it change cell rents in Canada?[…]

Smart Technology = Smart Real Estate

Interesting article in recent Western Investor. Gives an summary overview on critical aspects of property management and control during Covid-19 times. Our WIFI6 Smart Building backbone enables these tools and provides for indoor 5G apps. Many building owners do not realize that the new 5G apps for health & hygiene in Smart Buildings will rely Read more about Smart Technology = Smart Real Estate[…]

How to Increase Commercial Real Estate Value: Fiber Internet Access Now More Important Than Location

MYWIFI6 – FAST FIBER BACKBONE INCREASES ASSET VALUE AND ROI In an age when most business people walk around with the entire Internet in their pockets, “location, location, location” includes high quality wireless connections when it comes to influencing tenant demand and building valuation.  The majority of millennials – most tenants – demand speed and Read more about How to Increase Commercial Real Estate Value: Fiber Internet Access Now More Important Than Location[…]

Canada Rent Index Map – the Landlord’s Best Negotiation Tool

Looking for comparable cell lease rates in Canada as there is little public information on current cell antenna rates for ROgers, Telus & Bell.  Carriers use confidentiality clauses and legal notices to keep the sharing of this information to a minumum.  This makes it difficut to negotiate renewals and new leases at any time.  Carriers Read more about Canada Rent Index Map – the Landlord’s Best Negotiation Tool[…]

Are cell antenna utility licenses at risk with 5G?

Internet data is doubling every year. much of this driven by streaming video demand. By 2025 we expect 5G to carry over 90% of all data on the internet. We are now seeing 5G cell antennas being installed on building cell sites.  The transition between 4 G and 5G is being driven by video. For Read more about Are cell antenna utility licenses at risk with 5G?[…]