Crown Castle Joins 5G Americas Board

5G Americas, the wireless industry trade consortium and voice of 5G and LTE for the Americas, announced the election of Crown Castle to its Board of Governors. Crown Castle will join 16 of the wireless industry’s leading operators and manufacturers who are essential to the deployment of LTE, 5G networks and more across the United States.

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