Wireless industry remains immune to 'Covid effect'

Fierce Wireless published an article detailing COVID-19’s effect on the wireless industry, specifically those in the small cell and in-building businesses. The article notes Crown Castle did not make any significant small cell deals in the second quarter, adding that this is not unusual for the nature of the business. CEO Jay Brown states: “We don’t view this as a change in the business. We think it’s reflective of natural timing and the ebb and flow we will see over time.”

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Viewpoint: The case for better connectivity in D.C.

TCMA CEO John Drew published an op-ed in Washington Business Journal detailing the importance of prioritizing communications infrastructure to improve 5G capabilities throughout Washington, D.C. "D.C. is known as the power epicenter of our nation, where key leaders from across ind...

Mt. Pleasant Council approves small cell antenna agreement

The Mt. Pleasant (PA) City Council approved a right-of-way use agreement detailing zoning and building permits for Crown Castle to install a small cell node in the borough. Deanna Istik, borough solicitor, stated that the agreement permits Crown Castle to install the planned pole ...

Get to Know: Crown Castle

The Austin Chamber of Commerce published a "Get to Know" piece on Crown Castle, detailing the company’s large presence in Austin. "Crown Castle joined the Austin Chamber because it successfully brings together an engaged business community who share the same goal - to drive ...

Small cell contracts approved in Aspen

Last Tuesday, Aspen City Council approved a pair of small cell contracts stating that Crown Castle will act as the "neutral host developer" throughout the municipality. The agreement grants authorization for Crown Castle to use city property, in and out of the right of way, for th...

As cities battle feds over 5G rollout, tech leaders worry Seattle will lag behind in new wireless race

Geekwire reported on the concern that Seattle will fall behind in the race to 5G due to competing stakeholders and additional complex factors. However, the article positively mentions that the city is working to streamline its process for approving small cell installations, notabl...

That pine tree isn’t what you think. More cellphone towers are built in disguise.

South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported on camouflaged large and small cell technology throughout the South Florida region, noting that the practice, known as stealthing or concealment, is likely to continue as demands for cellphone service and data continues to grow. The article ment...

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