Sunday, 21 July 2019

Why digital infrastructure is important for the future of mobile connectivity?

An interview with Belinda Fawcett, Cornerstone at Connected Britain 2019
Friday 05 July 19

Belinda Fawcett, General Counsel & Property and Estates Director at Cornerstone talks to Total Telecom about why faster deployment of mobile infrastructure is needed to roll out 5G and deliver better mobile connectivity in UK. The interview highlights what are the current issues…

Belinda Fawcett, General Counsel & Property and Estates Director at Cornerstone talks to Total Telecom about why faster deployment of mobile infrastructure is needed to roll out 5G and deliver better mobile connectivity in UK. The interview highlights what are the current issues, specifically around the updated Code legislation and what needs to be done to overcome them.

You can see the full interview here:

 
About Cornerstone:
As the leading UK mobile infrastructure services company, Cornerstone is at an exciting time in the company’s development. From the rollout of new technologies and managing complex legislation affecting the industry, Cornerstone is leading the conversation on innovation and developing sharper solutions to serve our customers better. Cornerstone collaborate as a team to meet the high standards expected of them and demand the best of themselves through their values.
 
Two types of customer benefit from Cornerstone's UK estate of over 20,000 sites: The telecoms operators who place their radio equipment onto their sites such as Vodafone, Telefónica and the tens and millions of end users of those operators who rely on the infrastructure for their mobile connectivity.
 
Cornerstone embraces transformation with people and their customers at the heart of all that they do. Collectively these enable Cornerstone to be a trusted, most experienced enabler of greater connectivity for future generations.
 
About Connected Britain:
Launched in 2015, Connected Britain has doubled in size every year, and is now the largest gathering of connectivity professionals in the UK. In 2019 it gathered more than 1,400 attendees from the UK's most significant telecom operators, public sector organisations, property companies and suppliers. Connected Britain returns to London on the 18-19 June 2020. Head to the event website to keep up to date.

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