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Report: Verizon 5G Home service too expensive to scale, attracts few users

Research analysts at MoffettNathanson concluded in a recent report that Verizon’s 5G Home service isn’t practically scalable — “its short-range 5G small cells are expensive to install, reach too few customers, and might not be economically feasible for a na...

Crown Castle CEO discusses future of small cells, towers

Jay Brown, president and CEO of Crown Castle, took part in a wide-ranging conversation about wireless infrastructure at the South Wireless Summit in Nashville, Tennessee, in a question-andanswer session with Monica Mosesso, a Crown Castle district manager Tennessee. Some topics co...

Rep. Dave Loebsack tours Iowa tower site in congressional district

Inside Towers, Wireless Estimator and AGL Media Group reported that U.S. Representative Dave Loebsack (D-IA) visited a Crown Castle tower site in his congressional district. During the visit, Rep. Loebsack learned about the network equipment that’s installed on the tower and...

'Nodes' are popping up all over Charlotte. Here's why.

Crown Castle has installed 130 small cell towers in Charlotte and has mapped out possible locations for 70 more. Crown Castle Government Affairs Manager Ann Brooks said that, "Crown Castle shares the city of Charlotte's commitment to making it one of the most connected cities in t...

Legislative push to boost broadband funding underway

Minnesota’s Commissioner of the Department of Employment and Economic Development urged lawmakers to reinstate the Border-to-Border grant program for rural broadband. At a press conference, Commissioner Steve Grove said legislation currently in the works would put $70 millio...

Motion to revoke tower approval denied

Ocean City, MD Councilman Tony DeLuca made a motion during the council comments section last week to revoke the Mayor and Council’s approval last month of nine small-scale cell towers in northend residential areas proposed by Crown Castle in December. The motion was seconded...

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