At the Smart Cities Innovation Summit this month in Austin, public-benefit dev firm US Ignite called out the 15 communities participating in their Smart Gigabit Cities Program — designed to build public services that could be shared with other cities in the program.
The 15 communities include: Austin, TX; Cleveland, OH; Burlington, VT; Chattanooga, TN; Flint, MI; Madison, WI; Richardson, TX; Kansas City, MO; North Carolina Next Generation Network; and Utah Wasatch Front Cities.
Each of these communities will implement a low-latency and ultra-fast network with locavore — local or edge cloud –computing and storage capabilities

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