National Wireless Competitive Infrastructure Databases

GeoResults has developed a unique and proprietary set of analytical methodologies and procedures to produce a comprehensive set of National Cellular Infrastructure Databases to help our Service Provider clients better understand the Cell Site deployment profiles and Cellular MTSO switching facility deployment profiles of each of the Cellular Service Providers in any U.S. market. Telecom Service Provider clients use this information to assess the overall market opportunity for Cellular backhaul in any US market and to identify, locate and rank the best addressable cell sites along with the Cellular Service Providers located at these cell sites for developing specific connectivity proposals to prospective Cellular Service Providers.
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The GeoResults National Cellular Infrastructure Databases are spatially enabled to allow our telecom clients to use our National Business and Telecom Database to identify attractive addressable clusters of bandwidth intensive commercial office businesses and buildings that are located near these attractive high bandwidth cell sites.

GeoCellSite™

The GeoCellSite™ Database is a national listing and spatial location of all cell sites that have been identified by GeoResults research along with the name of each Cellular Service Provider that is located at each cell site. GeoResults has developed information on over 143,000 cell site locations that have over 182,000 Cellular Service Provider appearances. This database is a national database that covers over 330 Metropolitan Statistical Areas as well as all non-MSA territories in the US market.

GeoCellular Switch™

The GeoCellular Switch™ Database is a national listing and spatial location of all building locations that have been identified by GeoResults research as having one or more Cellular MTSO switches (Mobile Telephone Switching Office). GeoResults has developed information on over 10,300 telecom wireless switches located in over 4,400 MTSO switch locations along with the identity of each cellular service provider that owns each switch and the identity of each cellular service provider that is selling services using each switch. This database is a national database that covers over 330 Metropolitan Statistical Areas as well as all non-MSA territories in the US market.