Press Release

Nashville Bomber Suspect May Have Had 5G Paranoia

December 28, 2020

The suspected bomber in the Christmas Day Nashville explosion may have been motivated by paranoia over 5G technology, according to an ABC news source. Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, may have had an additional range of paranoid thoughts such as the existence of life in outer space, WKRN-TV reported. The FBI is trying to determine if Warner detonating the bomb near AT&T headquarters in Nashville is tied to his beliefs about 5G...


Qube-MRS Joins Qualcomm Smart Cities Accelerator Program, Supporting Cross-Utilization of 5G Infrastructure

October 21, 2020

Qube-MRS today announced that it has joined the Qualcomm® Smart Cities Accelerator Program to help facilitate connectivity for smart city development via the application of its 4G and 5G small cell infrastructure solutions. Qube-MRS manufactures a unique line of 4G and 5G small cell poles and cabinets that double as smart city component hosting points and thousands of Qube small cell shrouds and smart poles are installed across the U.S., from California to New Jersey...


Avoiding the Rocky Road of Radio Swaps

September 8, 2020

Open RAN (Open Radio Access Networks) are comprised of components from multiple vendors, creating an interoperable system. Previously, RAN equipment originated from one, exclusive vendor.

According to a recently published report by Dell’Oro Group, the worldwide sales of Virtualized Open RAN technologies are forecasted to grow at double-digit rates over the next five years with cumulative Open RAN investments – including hardware, software, and firmware excluding services – projected to surpass $5B over the forecast period...


Qube Solves 5G Small Cell Dilemma for Municipalities via Co-location

June 21, 2020

Formed in 2017 by wireless industry veterans Kevin Garland and Joe Page, QUBE-MRS, LLC, develops and manufactures components required for the rapidly changing wireless industry.

QUBE initially focused on providing equipment shrouds for better concealment of carriers’ 4G radios and related components. It quickly evolved into an entire system of products that includes poles, shrouds, underground solutions, antenna supports, and other products required to make 5G a reality. QUBE says it was the first to manufacture a multi-radio shroud with co-location capacity, hence the “MRS” in QUBE’s name (Multiple Radio System)...