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Montgomery County, MD

Crown Castle currently operates 81 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 high speeds. These locations are distributed across the County, supporting multiple wireless carriers as tenants. Workin...

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...

Prince George's County, MD

Our plan is to supplement Prince George's County's existing wireless infrastructure by deploying a small cell network of 33 low-powered antennas called "nodes"—the first of its kind in the county—that sit close to the ground, are connected by fiber optic cable, and can handle large am...

Baltimore, MD

We're seeking to enhance Baltimore's existing wireless infrastructure by deploying a small cell network of 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 high speeds. To date, 524 node locations have b...

Philadelphia, PA

We see real potential in the use of small cells, and that's why we believe in continuing to build out Philadelphia's wireless infrastructure. To date, we've deployed a small cell network of approximately 574 low-powered antennas called "nodes" that sit close to the ground, are connected by fiber ...

Westchester, NY

Today, we're pursuing a plan in conjunction with staff from communities across Westchester County to deploy a network of 81 proposed 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 high speeds. By placin...

Atlanta, GA

Our plan is to expand the coverage and capacity of the Atlanta area's wireless infrastructure by deploying a small cell network of 336 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 high speeds. We anti...

San Francisco, CA

Building on San Francisco’s existing wireless infrastructure, we’re deploying a network of 43 low-powered antennas called "small cells" that are connected by fiber optic cable and can handle large amounts of data at high speeds. Small cells can pave the way for next-generation networks, such as 5...

AT&T expands fiber to a dozen more metros — boosting its 5G efforts

AT&T "unveiled 12 new metropolitan areas for its fiber service part of a push that should help the next-generation of wireless networks, as well." The company said more cities will get ultra-high-speed broadband options, bringing its total to 84 in the U.S.

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City approves basic guidelines for new infrastructure to support 5G wireless networking

The Board of Aldermen in the City of Frederick, MD, approved basic regulations to install new telecommunications equipment in public spots. While the board is not "finished discussing specific aesthetic requirements," speedier wireless service is expected to be on its way to Frederick city neighb...

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