Remember a few months ago when we showed you a photo of the beautiful church in Santa Ana, CA that had those hideous antennas mounted to the side of the steeple? Well, we have some great news! Our faux stained glass window concealments have been installed, and the church looks much better! Just look at how beautiful these windows turned out. Our in-house artist is incredibly talented, and created this design completely by hand. As you can see, the end result is stunning. If you have a project you want us to take on, please send us an email or give us a call. We’d be happy to help!
Is Comcast looking to get into the cellphone business? Some sources say yes. The cable company reportedly plans to activate an old agreement with Verizon to use their spectrum and offer their services to customers.
Back in 2012, Verizon made a $3.6 Billion deal with Comcast and as well as other cable companies. Each cable company involved was given the option to “after approximately four years, to become re-sellers of Verizon Wireless’ services.” Verizon was also required to sell some spectrum to T-Mobile.
However, Verizon isn’t Comcast’s only option – they also have a deal with Sprint that would allow them to resell their services. This news is further fueling rumors that Comcast could potentially absorb T-Mobile US, which would certainly give them even more options.
“We would guess that Comcast will test a Wi-Fi first offering first using Verizon and see how it performs,” New Street Research analyst Jonathan Chaplin said. “Before rolling it out commercially I would assume they will see if they can get a better deal out of T-Mobile and Sprint, similar to Google’s (Fi service). At the same time, we wouldn’t be surprised if they take a hard look at buying T-Mobile.”
Have you ever thought about how many predictions of 2015 Back to the Future Part II actually got correct? Some of them were eerily accurate. The Cubs are indeed in the playoffs, video chat is a primary form of communication, and 3D movies have changed the movie-watching experience entirely. Other predictions, such as advanced pay phone booths equipped with touchscreens are definitely not accurate (and thank goodness for that! We love our cell phones). It makes us wonder what the future will be like in 30 more years. “Where we’re going, we don’t need roads!” …or do we? Only time will tell.
Want to see the full list of Back to the Future predictions? Click here.
With football season in full swing, we’re super excited about all of the stadium projects we have in the works. As big football fans ourselves (GO BUFFS!), we know just how frustrating it can be for fans when their signal gets bogged down, and they are no longer able to share the moment with their family and friends all across the country.
Purdue is one of many universities across the country that has faced this problem in the past. During game days, fans have overwhelmed local cell towers, at times making communication impossible. Thankfully, AT&T has recently boosted their wireless coverage at Ross-Ade Stadium, which will give fans a much better experience on game days.
“Fans increasingly want to share memories with friends and family through social media, check stats and stay in touch during the game,” said Purdue senior associate athletics director Tom Schott. “We’re thrilled to add to the fan experience with this investment by AT&T.”
The best part? You won’t even SEE the new antennas, thanks to yours truly! STEALTH designed and fabricated these great vomitory (section marker) boxes. You’ll have to let us know if you spot them at the next game! Go Boilermakers!