5 Bars to Develop Sacramento’s Wireless

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5 Bars will be working alongside Johnson and other city officials to develop smart infrastructure to create a network to improve the quality of life, sustainability and efficiencies in the metropolitan area. “Cities must provide a NEW kind of infrastructure: like citywide Wi-Fi networks, broadband and fiber optics,” Johnson continued in the Huffington Post. “We must have turnkey operations for start-up companies, from office space to high-speed communication lines. The bottom line is, cities must provide services and infrastructure that residents and businesses need and do it quicker, faster and cheaper.” (Photo courtesy of the City of Sacramento)

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September 2, 2015 |
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