Next Century Cities launches in 32 cities

Tuesday 21 October 2014 | 14:58 CET | News
Thirty-two cities have launched Next Century Cities, a bipartisan, city-to-city initiative dedicated to ensuring the availability of broadband internet for all communities. The cities and their elected leaders are coming together to recognise the importance of gigabit-level internet and its ability to attract new businesses and create jobs, improve health care and education, and connect residents to new opportunities. 

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