Management companies strive to maximize the profits they receive from property sites. Roof-space on the top of buildings often remains unused, however, although it could easily be rented out with potentially good profits. Potential tenants would be Mobile Service Providers and companies providing services such as wireless technologies (radio-connection, wireless Internet, 3G-, 4G-connections, etc). Active transmitters, repeaters and other equipment usually require placement on high open spaces. Also in the building owner’s favor is that many clients may be accommodated on a relatively small (roof) space. This is because the spaces are only required for equipment, rather than staff.
In order to benefit from this potential gain, roof tenant’s sites have to be prepared. One of the most important requirements is the presence of a high-speed telecommunications channel for equipment connection. Mastertel lays fiber-optic lines and creates other infrastructure for the placement of telecommunications equipment on buildings roof-tops. A reserve of carrying capacity in optic cable enables the management companies, along with growing demands, to connect a large number of tenants and equipment. The presence of high-speed optic cable in a building raises the attractiveness of other spaces too.
An important element of such collaboration is the complete absence of financial expense on the building owner’s part. This is because the whole complex performs at Mastertel’s expense. They then benefit in the future when commissioned to provide telecommunications services to tenants.