The InfraSite® Story
The InfraSite® story begins more than three decades ago as our founders were developing expertise in building telecommunications macro towers, landline infrastructure and emerging technologies in the renewable energy and aerospace fields. InfraSite® started from a small, simple idea that had the potential to change the world. We put our out of the box thinking back in a box and secured the box underground!
In 2015, with the explosive growth in data traffic on wireless networks and the approaching arrival of 5G and CBRS, the founders of InfraSite® realized that networks were having trouble keeping up with demand. In addition, siting and permitting had become exceedingly difficult, particularly in crowded cities and towns where most of the population lives.
With more than 30 years of collective experience from its founders, engineers, legal and business development teams, InfraSite® began building, operating and maintaining state-of-the-art technology and sites for the location or co-location of telecommunications infrastructure and other technologies. We know that our innovation is directly tied to collaboration and the diversity of ideas and thoughts from people who have different experiences. Our model enables cost efficiency, highest quality standards and creates a thriving ecosystem for everyone.
InfraSite’s Parent Company is Incorporated
First Prototype Developed
Branding and Technology Trademarked
First U.S. Patent Granted / Series A Round of Funding Closed
Second U.S. Patent Granted / Opened Market to LATAM/EU
Signed Master Lease Agreement with At&T and Telefonica
First Deployment in Latin America
An International Team
InfraSite® Team Members Serve: North America, Latin America, and Europe
InfraSite® has an experienced, international executive team with backgrounds in wireless cell towers and sites, finance, energy and product development. We develop cost-effective and aesthetically-pleasing wireless infrastructure solutions.
Strong negotiator and entrepreneur mindset, David has led multidisciplinary groups not only to grow organizations but in the formation of joint ventures, creation of new companies, and M&A negotiations.
His experience covers industries like telecommunications and heavy civil construction among others. David was President Rotary Club, member of Fulbright Scholarship Board, President American Chamber of Commerce, and VP of the Association of American Chambers of Commerce for Latin America. He is also a passionate golfer.
Earlier in his career, Kevin worked as an aerospace engineer for the United States Department of Defense) and later transitioned to working for a major airframe manufacturer (Boeing), as a senior member of the design team for the V-22 Osprey digital flight control system. Supplementing his technical expertise, Kevin’s 20-year background as an intellectual property attorney brings a detailed understanding of building a strong intellectual property portfolio for InfraSite as well as related technical matters.
Vitaliy earned his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering/Computer Science from MIT and his MBA from Harvard, where he was one of only a handful of applicants accepted directly from an undergraduate program. He is also an accomplished tennis player with Division III All-American status in both singles and doubles at MIT, national juniors titles from Kazakhstan, and professional tournament appearances. Vitaliy came to the US at 17 as a tennis prodigy to train at Florida’s Palmer Tennis Academy, and within months he learned English and graduated as high school valedictorian.
Graham possesses a strong fuel cell and hybrid power systems background, with accomplishments that include leadership at EnerFule toward the development of a prototype propane/natural gas reformer-based HT-PEM fuel cell system for stationary power applications in the telecom and residential/small commercial micro-combined heat and power markets; serving as lead engineer and designer of a novel liquid-cooled fuel cell module, with responsibility for developing and introducing cost, size and weight reduction strategies; and the creation of competitively raced electric vehicles that resulted in winning the NEDRA SC/A World Record Holder.
Earlier in her career, Marcela was the Head of Mechanical Engineering for EnerFuel where she managed all Mechanical Engineering efforts as well as the design and implementation of fuel cell modules. She also coordinated design processes, approval cycles, vendors/suppliers, internal production, and testing.
Oscar J. Puerto Sanchez
Affiliations & Partnerships
Insight & News
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