Telcos build fiber to wireless towers to meet video demand

The major phone companies are increasingly pulling fiber networks to cell towers, to provide backhaul services to the wireless carriers. As carriers offer faster wireless broadband access they need to move more bits--much of it video--around the broader network. FierceTelecom takes a deeper look.

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