Texas Governor and Frisco Mayor Welcome ExteNet and Celebrate its Addition to Thriving Telecom Landscape.
ExteNet Systems, the leading privately held owner of LTE/5G wireless and fiber neutral host communications infrastructure solutions, announced on August 30, 2022, that it is moving its headquarters from Illinois to Frisco, Texas in Q1 2023. Located in the Star District, famously known as the home of the Dallas Cowboy’s training facility, retail, entertainment and safe, affordable housing, ExteNet will now be closer to its largest industry partners, clients, and private networks, both owned and managed. The move strengthens corporate awareness of the brand and business following several big wins in and for the Lone Star State.
The news was hailed as a victory for the State of Texas as well as the city of Frisco, a Dallas suburb rapidly transforming itself into one of the most productive telecom corridors in the Nation. “Our great state has experienced tremendous economic growth and diversification thanks to companies like ExteNet, and we’re extremely proud to welcome them,” says Greg Abbott, Governor of Texas. “ExteNet joins a distinguished list of companies that have relocated to Texas, raising its profile as a major tech hub. The addition of a leader and innovator in private communications infrastructure to the state will advance digital offerings for the growing Texas business community, as well as companies across the country.”
“On behalf of the Frisco City Council, I’m thrilled to welcome ExteNet Systems to our city and to Frisco Station,” said Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney. “As a leader in secure 5G and fiber infrastructure solutions, ExteNet is a great addition to Frisco’s booming tech and innovation economy. And, our residents will benefit from this growth with the creation of 110 new jobs in Frisco.”
ExteNet offers enhanced live experiences across multiple world-class entertainment and sports arenas and in Texas alone, the company announced agreements to provide high performance Private Wireless Network solutions to the AT&T Center in San Antonio, home of the San Antonio Spurs; it deploys fiber at the 1,500-acre world class Formula 1® racing facility in Austin, the Circuit of The Americas (COTA); and last year, ExteNet upgraded the antennas at the Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium. In what will be its new hometown of Frisco, ExteNet installed Private Wireless Network services for The Star District which includes the Ford Center, the Dallas Cowboys’ training facility and the site of next year’s Academy of Country Music Awards.
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“We want to bring back the feeling of community and foster a greater sense of belonging for our team,” says Richard Coyle, President and CEO, ExteNet. “This is an opportunity to reimagine our future, a shift towards a more communicative and transparent culture that strives to succeed together. The city of Frisco offers employees a terrific work-life balance and places us closer to many of our closest partners and clients.”
ExteNet is moving its Dallas office to the new headquarters in Frisco while maintaining operations of its five satellite offices in Burbank and San Ramon, California; Las Vegas, Nevada; Paramus, New Jersey; and Lisle, Illinois, its former headquarters.
Click here to view the full announcement, and visit www.extenetsystems.com for more information.