The AMT growth story: Emerging market and 5G exposure

According to Seeking Alpha, as the world makes the shift from 4G to 5G, cell tower REITs stand to gain tremendous strength. In order to move forward with 5G development, there has to be more cell tower densification, which will spur growth for companies like Crown Castle.

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Countdown to the closing bell With Liz Claman

Sean O’Hara, president of Pacer ETFS, noted in a segment of Closing Bell with Liz Claman there is an infrastructure revolution going on now and one of the big names in the cellphone tower business is Crown Castle. He added that “if we’re going to go to 5G, which ...

AT&T to install new antennas on Village cellphone tower

Crown Castle, which owns a cellular antenna tower at 620 St. Clair Street in the Village, will be replacing old, canister-shaped equipment on the tower for AT&T with new antennas and cables. The City Council unanimously voted in favor of a special land use permit to allow the ...

The real 5G winners: Tower companies

CNN Business listed Crown Castle as one of the “big winners” in 5G expansion. CEO Jay Brown’s commentary from last month’s earning’s call was included, with Brown stating “what I find really intriguing about 5G and some of the emerging technolog...

Midwest states showing progress in rural connectivity

According to a report from the American Broadband Initiative, a federal initiative aimed at improving accessibility of internet connections, more than 92 percent of the U.S. population had access to fixed land-based broadband in 2016. However, of the 8 percent remaining, 80 percen...

Statewide broadband bill passes out of committee

A bipartisan bill that would support the expansion of broadband service in Washington State, introduced in January by Gov. Jay Inslee, passed out of the House Capital Budget Committee last Tuesday in a unanimous vote. Governor Inslee’s office wrote that federal data “g...

Wireless carriers, lawmakers divided on small cell tower bills

Dueling bills on how local governments can control the placement of small wireless facilities—as telecommunication companies prepare to build a 5G network nationwide—had those gathered in Annapolis, MD, to testify on Tuesday switching between offense and defense as the...

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