AT&T Exec Talks Smart Cities: Private LTE, LTE-M, NB-IoT, and 5G
AT&T’s Mike Zeto discussed the teleco and media company’s smart cities strategy as part of its 5G and IoT roll-out, saying in an interview AT&T will go beyond providing connectivity and focus on building “end-to-end solutions” for localities and enterprises. “The only way these cities are going to be move forward is with public-private partnerships,” Zeto said.
AT&T talks cities: “We wouldn’t do it if it didn’t make sense, but it’s not about money”
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St. Louis, Mo., will host a smart cities pilot project conducted by a Department of Homeland Security science and technology unit. The federal agency will work with city officials and the Open Geospatial Consortium to create and test smart city interoperability reference architecture for internet of things sensors to be used for public safety.
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