Keyword: Crown Castle International
Comments from the nation’s tower companies are key to discerning what the nation’s wireless carriers are doing with their networks in the runup to 5G.
Based on a handful of data points, it would certainly appear that the small cell situation is improving.
Supporting more than one mobile operator at a single small cell site is a challenge.
DAS and small cell developer ExteNet Systems will add Hudson Fiber Network to its portfolio.
In-building wireless may—or may not—grow into a major opportunity. It all depends on who ends up paying the bill.
Small cells are “a big part of every big carrier’s build,” said Crown Castle's Mike Kavanagh. “It’s a good time to be in the space.”
Sprint, T-Mobile and the rest of the nation’s carriers are moving full steam ahead with their 4G and 5G network build-outs.
Some of the top executives from the cell tower industry are ratcheting up their recruitment efforts for tower climbers.
Sprint and T-Mobile laid out a network merger plan that analysts believe will affect most of the nation’s major tower companies, mostly Crown Castle.
Crown Castle reported first-quarter earnings largely in line with Wall Street analyst expectations.