San Diego approves strong rules for 5G cell antennas

The San Diego Union-Tribune reported on the approval of the San Diego, CA’s "aggressive new cell antenna regulations…in preparation for the wireless industry rolling out advanced 5G technology…" The article included commentary from Crown Castle government affairs manager Adrian Salas, who stated that, "This draft ordinance is a tough one – there’s no getting around that. We think we can still find a way forward if it’s applied fairly."

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The Wall Street Journal

Western countries are building more barriers to Huawei Technologies Co. equipment in their 5G network rollouts. But that won’t change an underlying truth about the next-generation communications networks: Technology developed in China will be at the center. Huawei has put fo...

New York City tries to even out access to wireless networks

New York City officials are “pushing companies that lease public space for telecom-equipment installations to move more aggressively beyond the city's core, to improve wireless services more quickly for a broader swath of residents.” Samir Saini, commissioner of the ci...

Georgia Senate passes small-cell wireless broadband bill

Georgia unanimously passed a bill Monday aimed at making it easier for telecommunications companies to extend small-cell wireless broadband along public rights of way. Meanwhile, separate bills allowing Georgia's electric membership corporations to enter the broadband business, ai...

Tim Lorello: How could tech infrastructure help tackle crime, make Maryland safer?

Tim Lorello, CEO and President of SecuLore Solutions, penned an op-ed highlighting the intersection of public safety and high-tech infrastructure. Lorello said “we need to more quickly install the high-tech infrastructure to support it” and called upon the legislature ...

Super-fast 5G is still miles away from South Florida

Deployment of infrastructure necessary to bring 5G service to the South Florida metro region on a widespread basis "is not advancing as quickly as in other metro areas, and it could be months or years before residents here experience benefits of what some are calling the next indu...

Survey says: 5G developments vary

McKinsey & Company’s survey of 46 chief technology officers who are directly engaged in 5G development plans around the world found that nearly 70 percent of all operators in the world will not be deploying 5G networks until at least 2020, and that 5G development will be...

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