Circet, a global network services provider, and its U.S. entity Circet USA, a leading provider of network services throughout the U.S., announce today the acquisition of Further Enterprise Solutions (FES), a leading provider of RF Engineering & Optimization, Installation & Commissioning, Staff Augmentation, and Decommissioning Services for the wireless communications industry.

Founded in 2002, FES employs 300+ highly specialized wireless services professionals, supporting critical network engineering, integration, and optimization services for leading communication service and equipment providers. The addition of FES will expand Circet / KGP Services' existing wireless services capabilities and expertise, providing customers a unique and comprehensive end-to-end wireless services offering.

Trevor Putrah, CEO of Circet USA, commented: "The addition of FES provides Circet USA with more robust technical capabilities in the areas of RF Engineering and Optimization, complementary to our current suite of wireless network services. We are very excited to work with the FES team to drive additional value to existing and new customers by providing a true turn-key wireless services offering."

Hooman Parsia, CEO of Further Enterprise Solutions, commented: "FES is honored to join the growing Circet family. We could not ask for a better partner in pursuit of best-in-class service offerings for our wireless services customers."


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About Further Enterprise Solutions
FES delivers innovative RF, Site Deployment, Integration, and Optimization services to the telecommunications industry, enabling clients to achieve critical network efficiencies. Our highly skilled service professionals engage with industry leading national clients through turn-key projects managed and delivered by FES in close collaboration with local market teams. Over the past 21 years, FES has developed vast experience designing all technologies and equipment vendor platforms including new site turn-ups, technology upgrades, and improvement of poorly performing areas in mature networks.