The second part of the series, “Tennessee Is Home to U.S. Leader in Offering Fast, City-Wide Internet,” discusses Chattanooga’s municipal network which runs more than 50 city-wide applications to manage its traffic, control its electrical power grid, and operate its water and sewer utilities.
The final part of the series, “Americans Cut Off From Opportunity Without Equal Access to the Internet,” discusses broadband technology and its effect on society. Economic development, career training, and advances in education and health care rely not only on broadband infrastructure, but also on the knowledge and tools to leverage that infrastructure. Increasingly, Americans without broadband access are being left behind.
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