News of Note—The U.K.’s 5G deployment goals, Tillman’s fundraising, NATE’s tower warning, and more

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Here are the stories we’re chasing today:

> The United Kingdom hopes to deploy 5G to the majority of its population by 2025. TechCrunch article

> Telamon Corporation said it acquired CLS Group, which provides site acquisition, design, engineering and construction services in the telecom industry. Release


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> Cambium Networks said its Wi-Fi equipment was used in the Thai cave rescue efforts. Release

> CPDQ said it would invest $500 million into tower company Tillman Infrastructure. Release

> The National Association of Tower Erectors is warning that carriers’ payment terms could slow the deployment of 5G. MWL article

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