Smart Cities Connect Webinar: Gigabit Community Ecosystem, January 19

  • 19 Jan 2017
Smart Cities Connect Webinar: Gigabit Community Ecosystem, January 19
Event Description

Smart Cities Connect (SCC) Webinar: Learn about the Gigabit Community Ecosystem
When: January 19, 2017
Time: 1:00-2:00PM CST

Join SCC this Thursday and gain knowledge about gigabit technology and what it means to be a Smart Gigabit Community. Listen to speakers from Smart Gigabit Communities of Chattanooga and Albuquerque as well as SCC's partners at US Ignite as they explain what they do and how gigabit applications can significantly improve a community.

The guest speakers for the afternoon will be as follows:

Chelsea Collier, Editor-At-Large, Smart Cities Connect
Dr. Nishal Mohan, National Community Leader, US Ignite
Peter Ambs, Chief Information Officer, City of Albuquerque, New Mexico
Ken Hays, CEO, The Enterprise Center in Chattanooga, Tennessee

About SCC and US Ignite:
SCC aims to link progressive cities with state-of-the-art solutions and best practices. Through their partnership with US Ignite, they have been successful in raising awareness and building smarter cities. Their main event of the year is the SCC Conference & Expo, which brings together over 200 cities to prospect and partner with innovative technology and service providers. To learn more about the Conference & Expo event visit:

There is no cost to participate in the SCC webinar, but space is limited.
To register follow the link below:

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