edotco Bangladesh, an integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company in Bangladesh, announced they have successfully deployed 4000 tower co-locations for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) since 2013 throughout the country, said a press statement.
edotco BD, has been at the forefront of the country’s tower infrastructure landscape since 2013, providing end-to-end solutions in the tower services sector from tower leasing, co-locations, build-to-suit, energy management, transmission and operations and maintenance.“This is a key milestone for us as we work towards enhancing the telecommunications industry and meeting the government’s digitization goals,” said Rahul Chaudhary, Country Managing Director of edotco BD.
Through infrastructure sharing we are able to remove the asset heavy burdens from Mobile Network Operators, allowing them to focus on their core services and provide the best quality of services to their customers, he said.
We are committed to working with all parties towards meeting demands for 5G through next generation sharing technology, he added.
He further added, ‘At edotco, we are committed to reducing our carbon footprint via green solutions. The bamboo tower we pioneered in 2017 is an example of how we champion sustainability by using alternative materials, it reduces up to 70 percent of carbon emission per structure and we have deployed 15 of these bamboo towers to date. As a group, we have also deployed carbon fibre towers and included renewable energy across the footprint whenever possible, achieving an outstanding 54 percent carbon reduction per site target as of 2018.
edotco currently owns and operates over 10,000 telecom towers throughout Bangladesh and over 29,300towers across the six countries in which they have a presence. The company has been investing and
The company has been investing and innovating over the past six years to ensure the right sharable infrastructure is in place to enable seamless connectivity. This 4000-co-location milestone is testament that the company is meeting its objectives of advancing the country’s telecommunications industry.