5G4PGH Ep. 2: Crown Castle and UPMC

Renee Morales, Public Affairs Manager at Crown Castle, joined TechVibe Radio host Jonathan Kersting to discuss the rise of telemedicine and 5G’s importance in meeting the current demands. “Crown Castle founded the PA partnership for 5G. And the partnership was formed and has grown to nearly 50 organizations. So businesses, nonprofits, trade organizations and all of these companies’ groups have come together to recognize the positive impact 5G technology will have on their industry, clients and customers,” Morales stated when addressing the political environment surrounding 5G in Pennsylvania.

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