With pressure rising, city eyes overhaul of cell-antenna rules

City Manager Ed Shikada and Planning Director Jonathan Lait’s approved an application for Verizon to install seven nodes in the city. “Crown Castle, the company that is installing the equipment on Verizon's behalf, protested Lait's rejection of its proposed design — fake mailboxes on downtown sidewalks — and his requirement that the equipment be placed in pole-mounted shrouds.”

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Crown Castle Looks to the Future After 25 Years in Business

Cheddar posted a segment on Jay Brown’s interview with NYSE Executive Vice Chairman Betty Liu, where the two discussed Crown Castle’s progress over the past 25 years and the future of 5G technology. "We think from 5G, there will be more than five million jobs created&h...

Adding Cells Near Power Lines Could Boost Phone Web Speeds

Spectrum News 1 reported on the benefits of the deployment of Crown Castle’s small cell technology throughout Los Angeles, noting that Crown Castle has installed over 2,000 small cells throughout the city over a two-year period. The article quotes Mike Kavanagh, Crown Castle...

5G wireless is coming — and the battle has already begun over where to allow the antennas in Maryland

The Baltimore Sun reported on local government battles with telecom companies over the placement of small cell technology throughout cities. The article mentions that Crown Castle, which has installed small cell facilities on behalf of wireless carriers in Baltimore, says they wan...

Crown Castle on Cutting Edge of 5G Innovation

Nareit published an article detailing Crown Castle as a leader in the communications infrastructure business and Jay Brown’s role as Chief Executive Officer of the company. "As the wireless space evolves toward increased options for consumers and much faster speeds, Brown sa...

Hampton officials host heated public hearing on proposed wireless communications

Last Wednesday, Hampton Township Council hosted a public hearing on the installation of a Crown Castle small cell in a public right of way located on property owned by residents Charles Cubarney and his wife. "Regardless, Crown Castle has complied with all of Hampton Township&rsqu...

Crown Castle CEO sees growing opportunities with 5G in the US

At a recent conference call with investors, Crown Castle’s Jay Brown discussed the growth opportunities for Crown Castle following the implementation of 5G infrastructure. "We expect the elevated level of tower leasing to continue into next year. As 5G becomes a reality and ...

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