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California cities take a giant step backward on 5G

CALinnovates described the city of Los Angeles’s new street restoration fee and San Rafael’s recently passed small cell ordinance as "disappointing" examples of policies that stand to negatively impact California’s 5G future. The piece concludes that, "Obstructio...

FCC's 5G order faces further scrutiny in courts, Congress

At a recent panel discussion at the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ (USCM) Winter Meeting in Washington, DC, elected officials said while they want 5G technology in their cities, they also want to retain local control over their infrastructure and rights-of-way. The fight against...

In 5G race with China, U.S. pushes allies to fight Huawei

Following the Trump administration’s request to ban Chinese telecommunications company Huawei from building next-generation networks due to security concerns, U.S. allies, including Britain and Poland, are also facing pressure to bar the company from building 5G networks in ...

Crown Castle Announces Tax Reporting Information for 2018 Distributions

HOUSTON , Jan. 24, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Crown Castle International Corp. (NYSE: CCI) (“Crown Castle”) announced today certain year-end tax reporting information for its 2018 distributions. The following tables summarize, for income tax purposes, the nature of distributions paid to holders ...

Are consumers willing to pay (more) for 5G?

A recent survey from Matrixx Software concluded that "respondents revealed a willingness to open their wallets if 5G delivers an enhanced connectivity experience." Dave Labuda, founder, CEO and CTO of Matrixx Software, said "the feedback from consumers paints a very clear picture ...

Broadband internet coming to rural areas in eastern Washington

Through a bill passed by Washington’s State House last year that "provides internet and broadband connection to more rural areas across Washington state," the Port of Garfield will soon be receiving broadband internet connection. Diana Ruchert, Port of Garfield Manager, note...

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