Keyword: Wireless Infrastructure Association
Obtaining permits for the physical space that the edge data centers will require may be another challenge for wireless players.
So far, 21 states have enacted legislation aimed at speeding up the deployment of small cells. That number may increase next year.
Several entities are throwing their support behind Ligado Networks’ proposal to deploy a terrestrial network using 40 MHz of midband spectrum in the 1500 MHz to 1700 MHz range.
President Trump levied stiff tariffs on steel imports in March, and that action may be affecting some of the nation’s tower companies.
The Citizens Broadband Radio Service in the 3.5 GHz band may be the canary in the spectrum-sharing coal mine for the U.S. wireless industry.
Wells Fargo Securities analysts left this week’s 2017 Wireless Infrastructure Show wearing rose-colored glassses.
FCC Commissioner Michel O’Rielly used the 2017 Wireless Infrastructure Show to once again push for reforms to ease the rollout of small cells.
With an eye toward 5G, wireless industry leaders told members of a Subcommittee on Communications and Technology about the barriers they face in getting telecom infrastructure sited.