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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The connected classroom

Crown Castle’s Vice President of Fiber Sales, Doug Turtz, provided an Industry Viewpoint regarding rapidly changing technology in the education environment. "One highly scalable option for the education arena to address this increasing bandwidth demand is through dark fiber ...

City considers amendments to regulations for small cells

In its Dec. 18 meeting, Gaithersburg Mayor and City Council approved the introduction of amendments to regulations adopted in Decemeber 2017 that govern the installation of small cell technology within city rights-of-ways. Staff proposed these amendments in response to the new FCC...

D-Link gets on the 5G train with a new home router

Ahead of CES 2019, D-Link has announced a new 5G home router (DWR-2010) that, instead of plugging into a traditional cable jack or modem, will use 5G mobile broadband to supply WiFi to a house. D-Link has yet to release information on how much the device will cost, which carriers ...

Partnership to develop 5G base station chip

Sivers IMA, developer of mmWave products, said that it will create a 5G base station chip with RF power product company Ampleon, which it expects to bring to market by the end of 2019. Both companies will jointly develop the product, with Ampleon being the main sales channel to Ti...

State leaders meet in Elkins to discuss economic strategy, high-speed broadband access

During an Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce meeting last week, state legislators brought up the need for high-speed broadband connectivity. State Sen. Greg Boso called on Verizon and AT&T to "at least build the infrastructure so that it encourages them to branch off o...

US Census Bureau finds stark rural-urban broadband divide

The latest American Community Survey by the U.S. Census Bureau reinforces how stark the digital divide is between urban and rural areas. Among counties where fewer than 60% of homes lacked broadband internet subscriptions, 88% were mostly or completely rural. Lack of access was al...

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