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San Jose, CA
San Jose Installs Small Cells on 4,000 Light Poles & Enhances Broadband Network Accessibility
Income equality impacted broadband access in San Jose, leaving 95,000 residents without home internet access. With the aid of P3 partnerships in imple...
50 Thousand USD
Office of Civic Innovation
Kentucky Plans to Build An Open-Access Broadband Network in Every County
Disadvantaged by a lack of broadband infrastructure, Kentucky was determined to build its own middle mile network. Through its KentuckyWired project, ...
Warm Springs, OR
CARES Funding Fuels Oregon Reservation's Investment in Broadband and Wi-Fi Hubs
Struggles with internet access due to the lack of broadband infrastructure on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation became crippling with the switch to ...
496 Thousand USD
Town Builds its own Fiber Network to Increase Broadband Access and Close the Digital Divide
Charlemont, Massachusetts collaborated with its local utility provider to build its own fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network. The network is meant to incr...
3.5 Million USD
Expanding broadband access with small cell deployment in City of Ontario
The City of Ontario evaluated Smart City technologies including IoT, smart streetlights, and network services in a new mixed use residential & shoppin...
Zero Upfront Cost
Broadband Operations, IT Department
Town of Sudbury Gets More Representative Feedback to Guide ARPA Spending
The town of Sudbury wanted to understand the needs and priorities of the entire community, not just the self-selected and self-interested who typicall...
Sydney NSW, Australia
Broadband & smart city services enhance visitor experience to Australia's most popular park
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney (RBGS) sought to improve the overall visitor experience by transforming the public space using smart technologies. By ...
2 Million USD
Business Development, Parks Department
Georgia addresses digital divide, helping 12.5M students across 11 states shift to remote learning
As school systems nationwide shifted to remote learning, they had to address the growing digital divide in their communities. To ensure that all stude...
Zero Upfront Cost
Georgia Department of Education