Malaysia-based integrated telecommunications infrastructure services company Edotco recently set up its 15,000th tower in Bangladesh.
Ahammad Jubaer Ali, caretaker country managing director of Edotco, said: "Along with actively collaborating with other industry participants in Bangladesh's telecom ecosystem, we are advancing the sector by supplying the necessary shared infrastructure and next-generation technology."
"A monument to our ability and capability to meet customers' expectations and dedication in ensuring equal network access across the country is our achievement of the 15,000 towers milestone despite numerous global and economic obstacles."
Edotco Bangladesh has been at the forefront of the country's tower infrastructure landscape since 2013. It provides end-to-end solutions in the tower services sector – from tower leasing, co-locations, and build-to-suit to energy management, and passive maintenance.
Since its inception, the company has continued shaping the telecom industry across the region by providing innovative and sustainable infra solutions. Bamboo towers, low-cost solutions, hybrid solar-wind towers, span prestressed concrete towers, and smart pole street furniture are some of the innovations of Edotco, reports UNB.