Crown Castle on Cutting Edge of 5G Innovation

Nareit published an article detailing Crown Castle as a leader in the communications infrastructure business and Jay Brown’s role as Chief Executive Officer of the company. "As the wireless space evolves toward increased options for consumers and much faster speeds, Brown says the customers that Crown Castle serves are constantly innovating and improving the scale of the networks, and that the REIT thrives on being at the cutting edge of what that innovation looks like," the article states. Brown also describes the changing use of cell phones, the future of AI and more.

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