ABNY Talks – Mobile broadband infrastructure by Chris Levendos

Crown Castle VP of Network Engineering and Operations Chris Levendos presented on mobile broadband infrastructure to the Association for a Better New York (ABNY) this past January, stating “some of the key infrastructure investments that are necessary here in New York City to enable the phenomenon that is coming that is 5G…we need more small cells and we need more fiber optics.”

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