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  • American Tower Completes Redemption of All Outstanding 5.050% Senior Notes

    April 23, 2019— AGL eDigestAmerican Tower yesterday announced that it has completed its previously announced redemption of all of its outstanding 5.050% senior unsecured notes due 2020. The Company redeemed the notes pursuant to their terms at 103.0050% of the principal amount, plus accrued and unpaid interest up to, but excluding, April 22, 2019. ... Continue »
  • Verizon Reports Strong First Quarter

    April 23, 2019— As the 5G mobility era begins, Verizon Communications today reported first-quarter 2019 results highlighted by continued wireless service revenue growth and strong earnings per share. “Verizon began 2019 by extending our leadership position in 4G, driving innovation in 5G and expanding our high-valued customer relationships,” said Chairman and CEO Hans Vestberg. ... Continue »
  • AT&T Refreshes Its Supplier Diversity Program

    April 23, 2019— AT&T and its suppliers have spent more than $173 billion with minority, woman, service-disabled veteran, and LGBTQ+ businesses in the past 50 years. Today, it is taking another step to drive greater impact with our Supplier Diversity program, with stronger alignment with philanthropic and social innovation across the company, tied ... Continue »
  • OPINION – Why Apple, Qualcomm Ended Their Spat

    April 23, 2019—
    By Ernest Worthman, AWT Executive Editor and IEEE Senior Member
    One morning Apple and Qualcomm woke up and decided to stop sparring. At least that is how it appeared. In a very quick resolution, Apple is going to pay Qualcomm an undisclosed sum as part of the settlement. There is also a six-year licensing agreement that was inked between them. My, ... Continue »
  • Small Cell Aesthetics Requirements No Silver Bullet for Wireless Industry

    April 23, 2019—
    By J. Sharpe Smith, Senior Editor
    Taxes were not the only thing due April 15. The FCC’s Small Cell Streamlining Order, which ruled that overly stringent aesthetic requirements for small cells could be judged an unlawful prohibition of services, mandated compliant aesthetic ordinances be developed by local governments by mid-April. Speakers and attendees at the Wireless West ... Continue »
  • 5G Becoming Target for Cancer Scare

    April 23, 2019—
    By J. Sharpe Smith, Senior Editor
    5G benefits from hyped expectations, but it is also suffering from exaggerated health fears. The wireless industry has become complacent in terms of defending itself against health concerns surrounding towers, small cells and RF, Alex Gellman, CEO and co-founder of Vertical Bridge, told the audience at the Wireless West Conference ... Continue »

    April 19, 2019—
    By 3M Fall Protection
    3M Fall Protection has learned of the possibility of a manufacturing defect in a dorsal d-ring utilized in ExoFit NEX harnesses manufactured between January 2016 and December 2018. Although there have been no reported incidents involving this condition, a dorsal d-ring with this defect will not support the load in ... Continue »
  • NATE Debuts #ClimberConnection Video on Industry Step-Bolt Testing Results

    April 18, 2019— Video Highlights Key Findings on Step-Bolts Designed to Enhance the Safety of Tower Technicians Working at Heights NATE has released a video that was produced as a result of several prominent industry step-bolt testing events that were conducted at the University of Dayton Resarch Institute (UDRI) in Dayton, Ohio. The #ClimberConnection ... Continue »

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