Keyword: Crown Castle International
Alan Bock is a believer in the edge computing opportunity. As a result, he’s leaving his VP job at Crown Castle to work at Vapor IO.
The nation’s third-largest wireless network operator announced the expansion of a deal with Crown Castle to add more small cells to its network.
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.