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Report: Fiber-based broadband will power 59% of 1.2 billion connections by 2025

The Broadband Forum and Point Topic recently predicted that there will be 1.2 billion broadband subscribers worldwide by 2025, with fiber-based broadband playing an increasingly important role. The report further predicts that 89% of the expected 1.2 billion subscribers in 2025 will come from the...


Drop Huawei or see intelligence sharing pared back, U.S. tells Germany

The Trump administration has told the German government it would limit intelligence sharing with Berlin if Huawei Technologies Co. is allowed to build Germany’s next-generation mobile-internet infrastructure. In a letter to the country’s economics minister, U.S. Ambassador to Germany ...


FCC spectrum auction tops $1 billion

Only seven business days after it began, the FCC’s 24 GHz spectrum auction “blow past the $1 billion mark Friday (March 22).” The FCC is auctioning the spectrum “to free up more bandwidth for 5G wireless broadband, to help close the rural digital divide, and to make wirele...


5G is going to let even more devices go wireless, but cities are grappling with the roll out

5G is coming to Southern California, where Crown Castle is installing small cells on Long Beach’s street poles and other city-owned space. According to the California Street Light Association, Long Beach is getting upwards of $1,500 a pole in return, as well as use of the company’s in...


Super-fast 5G may be live in Miami by Super Bowl

Commissioners in Audrey Edmonson’s Chairwoman’s Policy Council voted 4-0 last Tuesday to permit Verizon Wireless, AT&T and Crown Castle to attach 5G small cell antennas to county poles on public rights-of-way. If approved May 7, the companies will pay $150 yearly per small cell at...


Connect (X) top execs give buoyant report on health of tower industry

AGL Media Group reported on the Connect X event, where they noted that Crown Castle CEO Jay Brown seemed "less interested in prognosticating the future of the Sprint/T-Mobile merger" and noted that the tower industry prospers when the carriers are well funded and there is spectrum to deploy, as w...


City commission says no to proposed 31-foot tall cell network antennas on North Shore

The Pittsburgh Art Commission said no to Crown Castle’s proposal for cellular network antennas on the North Side that would raise several telephone poles to 31 feet – a project that attracted opposition from the mayor’s office. Crown Castle proposed the small cells for nine loca...


Fierce competitors Verizon, AT&T team up to build 5G infrastructure

Crown Castle Government Affairs Manager Ann Brooks participated in NCTech’s Demystifying 5G event, during which she stated that “there’s a lot that remains to be seen,” but emphasized the need for collaboration. “Being able to collaborate with communities on this typ...


Planning Commission recommends zoning standards for small wireless cell facilities

Crown Castle government affairs manager Adrian Salas was quoted in an article about recommendations on zoning standards for small cells in East County, CA. Last week, the county’s Planning Commission made a final recommendation of 100 feet of separation from buildings rather than 1,000 feet...


AT&T brought 5G to Pittsburgh, but you might not have noticed ... yet

Renee Fleener Morales, public affairs manager for Crown Castle, was quoted in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette speaking about Crown Castle’s deployment of 5G technology in Pittsburgh, PA, where the company has already deployed 40 small cell nodes. "It’s a huge benefit for cities acros...


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