Charleston, SC (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
Their work may be practically “invisible,” but the wireless concealment specialists at STEALTH® just made it a lot easier to locate their company online.
The company that invented the category of wireless concealment has launched a new site – http://www.stealthconcealment.com – to better meet growing demand for their services.
Founded 20 years ago, STEALTH has tracked with the trends, helping wireless carriers gain approval and acceptance for their towers. As those towers have morphed, so have STEALTH’s Radio Frequency (RF)-transparent installations.
STEALTH’s custom installations include church steeples, water towers, silos, flag poles and faux trees. Recent revolutions in data usage have also led STEALTH to the emerging field of Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) for public spaces, stadiums and other special event spaces. Recent DAS installations can be found (but not seen) in ACC, SEC and NFL stadiums.
STEALTH® Concealment Solutions was founded in 1992, and was the first U.S. company to engineer and construct antenna concealments for the wireless industry. The company has full manufacturing capability on both U.S. coasts, as well as a nationwide sales network. From church towers and flagpoles to cacti and trees, STEALTH® has experience making every type of concealment and excels at finding solutions for difficult jobs. The company’s proprietary STEALTH® Skin technology allows signals to pass through the concealment with minimal loss.
Today, STEALTH® spearheads more than 750 concealment projects nationwide per year for all wireless carriers.
In 2000, STEALTH® won the “Best Design/Multi-Tenant Site Excellence in Business Awards” at the Tower Technology Summit, and was selected to design chimney concealment for the International CTIA Wireless trade show’s Wireless Home in 2005. Additionally, STEALTH® was named one of Charleston’s “Emerging 10” companies by the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce in 2001, as well as being featured in publications like RCR Wireless News, TIME Magazine, Los Angeles Times and CBS.
For more information call 800-755-0689.