The infrastructure supporting the deployment of 5G is critical for digital equity

In a guest post for, Crown Castle government affairs manager, St. Martin K. Torrence, discussed why 5G connectivity is an access issue and elaborated on what’s being done to expand it in Philadelphia (PA). Torrence stated, “Fiber and small cells — antennas located on structures like streetlights and utility poles that enhance mobile coverage and capacity — are key to the deployment of 5G. Crown Castle, which has an office of more than 100 employees in King of Prussia and a private data center in the city, works directly with Philadelphia’s Streets Department to coordinate the installation of small cells and fiber to support connectivity across the city.”

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