Interview with Scott Harry

Crown Castle’s Scott Harry participated in an interview with Denver’s Mile High Magazine. Harry discussed wireless networks, the need for improved infrastructure, small cells and the process for building out a 5G network. Speaking to 5G, Harry stated, “It’s the latest evolution of wireless technology, so when we talk about 4G, you can imagine what was happening during the 4G era…It’s not just an evolution of cell phones, it’s an evolution of connectivity.”

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