Torrecom is your most complete resource for wireless telecommunications sites. The country's leaders in the wireless networking industry rely on Torrecom to identify and deliver the right rooftop, building, DAS Solutions, tower and alternate site locations to help them provide full coverage for their customers.
Originating as a wireless carrier, we have grown with the telecommunications industry. A pioneer in the wireless industry, our combined experience with MCM, dates back to the early 1960s. We build and own our own telecommunications sites. We work closely with the leaders of the PCS, cellular and wireless network services.
Our background in wireless engineering gives us the unmatched ability to determine a sites true potential to serve as a viable and effective wireless telecommunications location. Torrecom is intimately familiar with the technical complexities of today’s modern networks, as well as the maze of regulations that apply to telecommunications sites in each market that we participate. No other company is as qualified to guide you through the complicated process of identifying and activating a wireless telecommunications site.
The time has come to make Torrecom your partner in identifying, developing and deploying wireless Telecommunications sites.
Torrecom is member of the following organizations:
- WIA (Wireless Infrastructure Association)
Represents the companies that make up the wireless infrastructure ecosystem in the United States. WIA works to support the widespread deployment of the wireless infrastructure in order to deliver broadband access to all citizens and communities.
- NATE (National Association of Tower Erectors)
A non profit association providing a unified voice for tower erection, maintenance and service companies.
- Tower Exchange
An open community for thought leaders in the global tower industry, engaging with the passive and active infrastructure market along two axes. On a horizontal axis, the community fosters dialogue between MNOs, towers, investors, and their advisers, accelerating market investment and promoting high quality telecoms infrastructure assets. On a vertical axis, the community examine the impact of tower transactions on the product and service supply chain.
- CANITEL (Internet and Telecommunications Nicaraguan Chamber)
The Chamber groups, since the year 2002, the main operators of Internet nodes, including main companies of the ISP sector, as well as the education sector and other entities linked to Internet development in Nicaragua.
- Telecom National Association (ANATEL) Civil association constituted in Mexico, on July 13th 2002, with the purpose of representing before authorities, Internet and mobile companies, network and mobile equipment leading manufacturers, distributors, integrators, consultants, certifying organisms, test labs and other entities. Their members represent 90% of the value added that provides the telecom industry to the Mexican economy and contributes with 86,000 direct jobs and investments during 2000-2012 that sums up to 17 thousand million US dollars.