Connect (X) top execs give buoyant report on health of tower industry

AGL Media Group reported on the Connect X event, where they noted that Crown Castle CEO Jay Brown seemed "less interested in prognosticating the future of the Sprint/T-Mobile merger" and noted that the tower industry prospers when the carriers are well funded and there is spectrum to deploy, as well as growing data needs. "The driver is the growth and usage of data. As we progress from a 4G environment toward 5G, we are better off concentrating on the opportunities and the need for infrastructure, regardless of the number of carrier customers in the market," Brown said.

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