Take the financial burden out of wireless infrastructure development. Our innovative Managed Services model requires no initial or recurring capital investment from the venue into system development or upgrades. In addition, it frees venues from a dependency on wireless carrier capital contributions or access fees.
- Enterprises pass on the initial capital investment to SVP, which frees up capital for core business needs and maximizes return on investment.
- Enterprises gain a long-term technology solution and de-risk future technology costs with SVP assuming responsibility for system upgrades.
- Enterprises pass on operational risk and wireless carrier relationship management to SVP.
- Enterprises accelerate the buildout of their wireless infrastructure and are no longer wireless carrier dependent.
Why We Exist
INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE
The wireless infrastructure demands on enterprise venues continues to expand with WLAN, fiber, public safety and multi-carrier technology cellular systems with no room for system downtime. As the eroding Neutral Host model depends on wireless carrier capital funding, there is a need for a third-party partner option that oversees a venue’s overall technology solution…from design to integration to capital investment and periodic upgrades.
SVP’s dedicated team is experienced in all aspects of wireless infrastructure development. Our expertise includes in-building distributed network systems (DNS) and outdoor macro systems. SVP’s leadership team has over 20 years of wireless development and capital-market finance experience.
Supported Enterprise Venues
Class A Office Space
Hotels & Resorts
Health Care Facilities
Strategic Venue Partners CEO, Justin Marron, was recently featured in the RCRWireless article, Reducing Network Opex through Infrastructure: Drones, C-RAN, software and more, by Martha Degrasse. You can gain access to this RCRWireless article by registering on their site, or you can view the article PDF which has been archived here for your convenience.
[source: law.com; author: Kelsi Maree Borland] We are moving to a world where wireless infrastructure will act just like electric and plumbing. Call it a fourth utility, or at least that is what Strategic Venue Partners is calling it. The firm, which recently named Justin Marron as its CEO, is supplying wireless infrastructure in high-end […]
[source: pasadenanow.com; author: Staff Reports] Pasadena-based Strategic Venue Partners Inc. (SVP), a provider of wireless infrastructure investment and services for enterprise real-estate venues, has named infrastructure investment veteran Justin Marron as Chief Executive Officer. Read the full article at pasadenanow.com