A transition for FierceInstaller

This is my last issue as editor of FierceInstaller. I am proud to be the inaugural editor of FierceInstaller, and hopefully I used my two decades of telecom experience to get it off to a good start, with in-depth coverage of small cells, fiber deployments, field testing technologies, OSHA regulations, tower issues and installation issues.

However, I am stepping away from FierceInstaller to focus on a new venture, Wave7 Research. Wave7 Research will go beyond what is in the news to tell readers what is happening real-time in the areas of postpaid, prepaid and handset competition.

If you want to stay in touch with me, I can be reached at [email protected] or visit my web site at www.wave7research.com.

I will leave FierceInstaller in the very capable hands of Sean Buckley and the rest of the Fierce team. Sean has been writing about the telecom industry for more than a decade and joined Fierce in 2009. Besides overseeing FierceInstaller, Sean is the lead editor of FierceTelecom where he covers all aspects of the wireline industry and more. You can reach Sean at [email protected] --Jeff

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