Originally posted to NEDAS
With massive amounts of network equipment and deployment being discussed throughout the tech and telecom sphere to support 5G and other emerging technologies, one key factor is that all of this equipment must be housed on property. Obviously, this is not a groundbreaking realization. However, there are many facets to navigating deployments across the many types of property: private, public, roof-top, basement, conduits, light poles, etc. When equipment touches these properties, regulatory considerations appear, and as time rolls on, regulations change and grow.
To investigate the state of regulatory concerns, the 2019 NEDAS NYC Summit, an event focusing on discussion and education at the intersection of wireline and wireless, welcomed telecom infrastructure attorney David Bronston of Phillips Lytle, LLP, to the stage to deliver a presentation titled Regulatory Update: Your Need to Know.
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