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InSite Wireless Group Appoints Chief Strategy Officer

InSite Wireless Group, LLC (“InSite”), one of the largest privately owned tower and wireless infrastructure companies in the U.S., announces that industry veteran, Tony Sabatino, former Chief Technology Officer and President of Business Development Telecom at Sabre Industries, will join InSite as its President and Chief Strategy Officer.

“We are excited to bring Tony on board. He has served on InSite’s board since its inception and truly is a wireless innovator, with over 25 years of experience,” said David E. Weisman, CEO of InSite. “Tony’s technology background and carrier relations will be a significant asset to InSite as we continue to grow and work to be a solutions partner to our customers.”

About Tony Sabatino
Tony was appointed InSite’s President and CSO in 2019, and is responsible for New Tower Development, Broadband Services and Engineering Solutions. Before joining InSite, as President of Sabre, Tony was responsible for deploying 4G wireless networks across the United States for all major carriers. He previously led the deployment of over 3,000 3G and LTE sites across North America. Tony worked on the FirstNet white paper for the US Government as an Advisor/Fellow under the CTO to the President of the United States. Mr. Sabatino joined Sprint PCS in 1995 and was a founding member of the SPCS corporate launch team. During his tenure at SPCS, Mr. Sabatino submitted several patents on behalf of the company and oversaw the deployment of interference calculations for the PCS industry.

About InSite Wireless Group, LLC
InSite Wireless Group, LLC develops, owns, operates and manages communications wireless infrastructure facilities primarily for the wireless and broadcast industries. InSite’s tower division develops, manages, owns, and operates approximately 2,000 telecommunications towers and sites for wireless carriers across the United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Canada, and Australia. InSite’s distributed antenna system (DAS) and small cell division specializes in the design, installation, operation, and maintenance of shared wireless infrastructure solutions that enhance the quality and capacity of wireless voice and data services in public facilities and complex environments. InSite has developed and currently operates more than 60+ projects across the United States in convention centers, casinos, airports, sports stadiums, and transit systems like the Boston MBTA Subway and the Los Angeles County Metro. InSite also owns Lease Advisors, one of the leading land-under-cell-tower acquisition companies in the United States. More information on InSite’s business can be found at


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