QMC launches its DAS operations in the US and Peruvian markets. With a lot of #orangeblood, #QMCstrong and #rock&roll, QMC Telecom becomes the reference point for connectivity market, with a portfolio of more than 2,500 assets installed and under development.
QMC Telecom leads the first 5G trial in Brazil on an indoor system. The Company also achieves its first street level coverage project with small cells implemented in Colombia and Brazil. Finally, QMC expands its credit line to R$ 400 million with support from the banks ING and Itaú.
QMC Telecom sets an installation record for Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) deployments with over 30 projects completed in Brazil. It is also the year in which QMC implements its first DAS project in Colombia.
QMC Telecom raises a R$ 150 million credit line from ING Bank in Brazil and solidifies the Company's balance sheet. In Mexico, QMC acquires the DAS portfolio from UNW, making QMC one of the largest DAS neutral host operators in the country.
QMC Telecom closes its third equity funding round, which enables the company to expand its operations in multiple countries, including the launch of its DAS operations in Mexico.
QMC Telecom has its biggest year yet with 449 greenfield towers installed. It is also the year in which QMC implements its first DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) project in Brazil.
QMC Telecom raises its second round of equity funding, led by Accel Partners & Quadrant Capital Advisors. The Company expands its operations to Colombia.
QMC Telecom signs its first Master Lease Agreements (MLAs) with Brazilian cellular operators, solidifying their presence in the country. QMC also builds its first camouflaged tower in Brazil.
QMC Telecom International launches and receives its first round of investments, led by Housatonic Partners. The Company commences local operations in Brazil and Mexico.
QMC Telecom is born in Puerto Rico. José Stella and Rafael Somoza have the vision that connectivity can make everything possible.