Telecom companies get OK to install 5G antennas

Last Tuesday, Miami-Dade County lawmakers gave the OK to Crown Castle, Verizon and AT&T to install small cell technology throughout the area. County commissioners voted unanimously May 7 to allow the three telecom companies to attach the small cells to county property on public rights-of-way, including wood and metal poles, utility cables and streetlights.

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Experts discuss benefits of 5G

Technology experts discussed the benefits of 5G during the latest episode of the Herald Inside LI webinar series, “The Power of 5G.” During the webinar, Crown Castle’s government affairs manager, Ana Rua, stated 5G technology, both nationally and internationally, has been dee...

Let’s commit to 5G in Texas

Amandus Derr, government affairs director at Crown Castle, published an op-ed in Denton Record-Chronicle in which he discussed the need for 5G in Texas and potential benefits should the state step up its efforts to change policies hindering 5G expansion. “Crown Castle has deployed small ...

Crown Castle positioned for outsized portion of initial Dish build, CFO says

After being the first tower company to secure an infrastructure deal with DISH, Crown Castle is positioned for an outsized portion of the initial DISH buildout. The 15 -year Master Lease Agreement (MLA) between the two companies is for up to 20,000 tower sites and includes fiber services as we...

Experts: Expand 5G to increase connectivity

On Thursday, December 3, Herald Inside LI held a webinar, sponsored by Crown Castle and New Yorkers for 5G, to educate Long Islanders about 5G. Panelist and director of Crown Castle East Area, Karmen Rajamani said, “5G is a platform for innovation because it will improve internet service...

Connecticut remains behind neighboring states for broadband access, but improvements could be coming

As Connecticut continues to see a lack of broadband availability throughout the state, CT Insider reporter Alexander Soule highlights Crown Castle CFO Dan Schlanger’s speech from the New Street 2020 Conference on ways Connecticut can look to the future in terms of 5G.

Pennsylvania way behind in access to 5G technology

Wayne Campbell, President of the Pennsylvania State Grange, penned an op-ed insinuating if the House voted on House Bill 1400, which would reduce barriers that inhibit telecommunications companies from installing small cells on utility poles, it would help standardize local requirements and sp...

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