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    Huntington Beach CA will be the first city in the US to install the new Smart Fusion Pole, developed by American Tower and Signify

    February 26, 2018

     

    American Tower a global leader in wireless infrastructure, and Signify have announced that the City of Huntington Beach, CA will provide high capacity mobile connectivity, high quality LED lighting and smart city enablement with the newly developed Smart Fusion Poles. Designed to meet capacity challenges in dense, busy areas in the U.S., the Smart Fusion Pole provides the infrastructure necessary for wireless broadband connectivity in an aesthetically designed, energy efficient street light pole that blends seamlessly into the urban landscape. When Smart Fusion Poles are deployed, the City of Huntington Beach will be the first city in the country to utilize this shared wireless infrastructure smart pole technology.

    Smart Fusion Pole
    American Tower’s agreement with the City of Huntington Beach provides exclusive access to 200 existing light pole locations for the deployment of Smart Fusion Poles. These locations are situated predominently along the Pacific Highway and downtown areas, close to many popular restaurants and retail establishments.
    Smart Fusion Pole evening

    “We want to be a leader in smart city initiatives to provide residents, businesses and visitors a better city experience and quality of life,” said City of Huntington Beach Mayor Mike Posey. “Equally important is the ability to maintain the aesthetics of this beautiful seaside city I call home. That’ s why I am excited about the Smart Fusion Pole; it provides the connectivity required for our smart city initiatives without sacrificing the beauty and vista of our city.”

     

    The Smart Fusion Pole includes integrated antennas that are concealed and can support services from multiple mobile operators on a single pole. The pole is optimized for small cell deployment to help solve today’s network challenges while its plug-and-play design provides future-ready access for next-generation technologies, such as 5G and the Internet of Things. Integrated with Hadco and Lumec LED luminaires respectively, the Smart Fusion Poles will also provide high quality and energy efficient light to further enhance the spaces where the poles are installed.

    Smart Fusion Pole

    “American Tower and Signify have brought to market an industry first – an aesthetically designed smart light pole that solves capacity and cell-edge challenges in cities and congested areas,” said Steven Marshall, President of U.S. Tower, a division of American Tower Corporation. “The Smart Fusion Pole hides wireless equipment in plain sight, meeting the requirements of cities, and provides high performance broad bent to meet the network requirements of mobile network operators to support the insatiable demand for high speed data. We are proud to help the City of Huntington Beach deliver better mobile broadband to visitors and residents alike, especially during world-class events, like the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing.”

     

    “Signify is known for combining high quality, energy efficient LED lighting with cutting-edge technology to help city leaders transform how they operate, manage resources and improve services to their citizens,” said Roger Karner, head of Market U.S. at Signify. “With the Smart Fusion Pole, you don’t have to worry about losing your smart phone signal and the light quality is second to none. The new technology amplifies our position as the lighting company for the IoT.”

     

    A demonstration of the Smart Fusion Pole will be available at the 2018 Mobile World Congress in Ericsson’s booth, located in Hall 2 Stand 2O60, February 26 – March 1, 2018, in Barcelona, Spain.

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    city of huntington beach, energy efficient light, internet of thing, iot, led lighting, mobile broadband, mobile connectivity, mobile world congress, hadco, lumec, smart city, smart fusion pole, smart pole technology

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