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North Denver to get 500 new 30-foot-tall cell poles

Companies have built 163 freestanding cell poles around Denver in recent years, according to city permitting data, and they have requested permits for about 350 more. The towers are meant to improve current cell service and will form the backbone for higher-speed technologies. Scott Harry, govern...

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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, notably quoting Crown ...

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Crown Castle expects ramp in small cells in backend of 2020

Following Crown Castle’s fourth quarter 2019 earnings call, analysts found its small cells and tower businesses should increase over the year now that the T-Mobile and Sprint merger has solidifed. "…we anticipate a significant increase in industry activity in second half of this year...

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New Bethlehem Mayor lobbies for improved rural Internet access

In light of the coronavirus pandemic and the growing need to work and learn remotely, New Bethlehem (PA) Mayor Gordon Barrows said that he is supporting the Small Wireless Facilities Deployment Act in order to improve internet connectivity. Barrows stated, "The bill would create a legislative fra...

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Crown Castle is wired to keeping everyone connected

Internet acivity in the US has increased between 20 and 25 percent during the coronavirus pandemic. As a result, Crown Castle Government Affairs Director Jonathan Hart stated that Crown Castle is working with schools and businesses to set up mobile hot spots to increase connectivity. He also spok...

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Industry cheers FCC's legal victory in small cell battle

A federal appeals court upheld the FCC’s 2018 ruling limiting municipalities’ ability to negotiate with telecom companies looking to deploy 5G infrastructure. Light Reading’s Mike Dano reported the FCC’s new victory could “help smooth out the deployment of small cell...

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Dallas, TX

Today, working in partnership with city staff, we're proposing a much-needed upgrade to the wireless infrastructure in Dallas. It involves the deployment of a small cell network of 183 low-powered antennas called "nodes" that sit close to the ground, are connected by fiber optic cable and can han...

Austin, TX

Working in partnership with city staff, we're creating a plan to enhance Austin's existing wireless infrastructure by deploying a small cell network of 17 low-powered antennas called "nodes" that sit close to the ground, are connected by fiber optic cable, and can handle large amounts of data at ...

Los Angeles, CA

We're working with the City of Los Angeles to deploy an additional 1,331 low-powered antennas, most commonly referred to as "small cells," throughout the city. These small cells are connected by fiber optic cable and handle large amounts of data at high speeds. The small cell network will immedia...

El Paso, TX

Working in partnership with city staff, our plan is to deploy a small cell network of 25 low-powered antennas called "nodes" across El Paso. These nodes sit close to the ground, are connected by fiber optic cable, and can handle large amounts of data at high speeds. It's more than just a viable s...

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