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Telecoms look to overcome passive problems at 5G conference

News | 01/24/2019 1:34 pm EST
Left to right: Paul Cowling, SVP legal & regulatory affairs, Shaw; Song Nhi Nguyen, enterprise architect infrastructure & security, City of Montreal; Michael Piaskoski, director of municipal and industry relations, Rogers; Bryan Tramont, managing partner, WBK Law; Eric Smith, VP regulatory affairs, CWTA. / Photo via CWTA.

OTTAWA Conflicting municipal 5G policies. Bureaucratic exhaustion from telecom companies’ next generation deployment sales pitches. ‘Backlash’ against carriers from tearing up city streets.

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