Crown Castle towers lead the way in implementing 5G technology

President and CEO of Crown Castle, Jay Brown, was featured on live broadcast to discuss the infrastructure needed to implement 5G networks. In the interview, Jay discusses the enablement of communication that is "nearly instananeous," and addresses the potential pushback to aesthetic concerns by stating that Crown Castle wants to work with communities to preserve aesthetics, such as it has done in the Discovery Green neighborhood of Houston, Texas.

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