Arqiva is a telecommunications company which provides infrastructure and broadcast transmission facilities in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland.
The present company was formed by National Grid Wireless (originally the UK subsidiary of Crown Castle) combining with Arqiva (formerly NTL Broadcast) in September 2008.
Its main customers are broadcasters and mobile phone network operators, and its main asset is a network of over 1,000 radio and television transmission sites.
It is owned by a consortium of investors led by CPP (Canadian Pension Plan) and the Australian investment house Macquarie Bank.
Arqiva is a patron of The Radio Academy.
Arqiva's headquarters are located at Crawley Court in the village of Crawley, Hampshire.
Arqiva recently invested in and launched a catch-up Internet television, IPTV service called SeeSaw in March 2010.