Cisco expands network of digital hubs to Israel

Thursday 8 March 2018 | 12:11 CET | News
Cisco announced the inauguration of a new network of Digital Hubs in Jerusalem, Israel, connecting businesses and communities in the country. As part of the strategic partnership between Israel and Cisco to accelerate the country's Digital Agenda, Cisco is working with the Israeli government, local municipalities and partners to build a network of Digital Hubs to connect communities and businesses. Including the two new Digital Hubs in Jerusalem, there are ten hubs operating across Israel, with plans for a total of 100 hubs by the end of 2019.  

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Categories: General
Companies: Cisco
Countries: Israel
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