Drop Huawei or see intelligence sharing pared back, U.S. tells Germany

The Trump administration has told the German government it would limit intelligence sharing with Berlin if Huawei Technologies Co. is allowed to build Germany’s next-generation mobile-internet infrastructure. In a letter to the country’s economics minister, U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard A. Grenell wrote allowing the participation of Huawei or other Chinese equipment vendors in the 5G project would mean the U.S. won’t be able to maintain the same level of cooperation with German security agencies.

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Women in wireless: A cause worth supporting

AGL Media Group reported on Women’s Wireless Leadership Forum (WWLF), a program sponsored by Crown Castle which seeks to empower and inspire women in the telecom industry. It offers leadership development, engages its members in a variety of industry happenings and events an...

The 5G rollout has cell tower stocks in ‘raging bull market mode’: Cramer

CNBC’s Jim Cramer reported on tower companies Crown Castle, American Tower and SBA Communications, who have had minor exposure to China and continue riding the "decades-long tailwinds" in wireless technology. The impending rollout of fifth generation technology has been a ca...

Cell phone node added in Carnegie

Crown Castle was granted a conditional use by Carnegie council members on May 13 to add a cell phone node on top of a telephone pole in the 300 block of Franklin Avenue in Carnegie. "The purpose of the technology is to address issues in capacity in the mobile cell phone network," ...

A big 5G investment cycle? Don't hold your breath

Light Reading’s Mike Dano reported that a wide range of industry experts are cautioning that North American wireless network operators don't appear poised to invest in 5G networks like they did with 3G and 4G. Crown Castle CEO Jay Brown was quoted from the Connect X trade sh...

City commission says no to proposed 31-foot tall cell network antennas on North Shore

The Pittsburgh Art Commission said no to Crown Castle’s proposal for cellular network antennas on the North Side that would raise several telephone poles to 31 feet – a project that attracted opposition from the mayor’s office. Crown Castle proposed the small cel...

OPINION: WIA — A driving force behind the wireless industry

AGL Media Group reported on peripheral platforms, noting that a new fiber working group, chaired by Crown Castle, has been formed to work on getting transport capabilities for the emerging 5G platforms.

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