Getting Pittsburgh ready for 5G!

Crown Castle Government Affairs Director Jonathan Hart published an op-ed in PGH Tech Fuse about efforts in Pennsylvania to deploy 5G technology. Hart notes that, “Crown Castle and the Pittsburgh Technology Council have been prominent members of the Partnership, working to educate the broader population about 5G and all it will enable. The purpose of the Partnership is to support statewide legislation that sets uniform standards for fees and provides a streamlined and transparent process to deploy small cell nodes.”

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