AlphaStar to Deploy 5G Network by Acquiring Wireless Companies
AlphaStar strategy is to acquire wireless companies and integrate them with it’s current FCC mmWave spectrums licenses for mmWave then deploy 5G network
GREENWICH, CT, FAIRFIELD, April 3, 2018 -- AlphaStar of Greenwich, CT announced a strategy to deploy 5G wireless network.
The FCC is in the process of approving mmWave spectrums including 37-42 GHz band and others for use by wireless networks to speed up the deployment of 5G networks. Alphastar owns several FCC mmWave licenses and is seeking to integrate them with wireless networks to deploy an affordable and disruptive 5G network ahead of the competitors. Alphastar is seeking to acquire and/or JV with wireless networks of all types in the USA.
On August3,2017 the FCC started the process of approval for the use of Millimeter-wave (mmWave) spectrums for 5G wireless applications including Midband and Highband frequency spectrums. It is expected that this process will be completed this year, see; https://www.fcc.gov/document/fcc-opens-inquiry-new-opportunities-mid-band-spectrum-0
To get an update since August, see; https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/search/filings?limit=25&offset=0&q=GN%20Docket%20No.%2017-183&sort=date_disseminated,DESC
AlphaStar FCC licenses are grandfathered since 1995 and extend forlong term with the right for renewal. These licenses have afoot prints which cover North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.For more information about AlphaStar see; https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/AlphaStar
The FCC acted after most major telecommunications and technology companies tested successfully the use of these spectrums for 5G wireless applications including Verizon, ATT, Google and Microsoft. 5G network is more than just faster speeds. Wired magazine said forget about WiFi at home and the office ( 5G will be crazy wide, crazy versatile, crazy stable, and crazy fast,10Gbps speeds won't be unheard of).
Some applications include the Internet of Things IoT( In 5 years companies will be spending 5 trillion dollars connecting 22 billion devices ), tracking, e-learning&e-medicine, Artificial intelligence AI, remote sensing, driverless transportation, smart cities&smart governments.
Most of the competitors will acquire these mmWave spectrum from the FCC via an expensive ( billions of dollars) and lengthy auctions or acquire the FCC licenses directly from current holders like us.
Hence the disruptive nature of AlphaStar network as we will be earlier to the market ahead of the competition and the network will be affordable since AlphaStar acquired the FCC licenses relatively economically before the auction system was introduced.
Disruptive and affordable companies are usually acquired by major competitors.
Once deployed AlphaStar network could be one of a small group of companies similar to Straight Path Company which was acquired for $3.1 billion in a bidding process between ATT and Verizon.
We are open to JV with operating companies and/or financial institutions.
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Intermediaries are welcome
Contact: Michael Wahba
Phone : +1 646 450 5301