San Francisco's Path Forward to Close Its Digital Divide

The city will consider two public-private municipal fiber alternatives to a high-risk, purely public network.

Four Westchester County Cities Join Together to Bridge the Digital Divide

Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, White Plains and Yonkers in New York will be coming together to bring gigabit broadband to the whole county within three to five years.

3 Gigabit Cities Using High-Speed Broadband for Civic Engagement

Next Century Cities just gave Raleigh, Austin and Louisville $30,000 and will provide technical assistance to get their innovative, repeatable projects off the ground.

Austin Joins Mozilla’s Growing ‘Hive’ of Gigabit Cities

Kansas City, Missouri, and Chattanooga, Tennessee, have already seen municipal services and Web literacy benefit from the Gigabit Community Fund’s grants.

5 Questions for the People Building the LinkNYC Kiosk Network

Intersection’s Chief Innovation Officer talks about working with Google’s Sidewalk Labs, introducing cities to disruptive tech, and upcoming transit and Internet of Things pilots in New York City and elsewhere.

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San José Partners With Facebook on Accessible, Gigabit Internet

Did California’s aspiring “Demonstration City” discover a better model for universal broadband access?

Report Looks at Ways to Close San Francisco's Digital Divide

A Municipal Fiber Advisory Panel is looking at options to bring affordable, high-speed broadband Internet connectivity to all residents.

New York City’s 5G Gigabit Network Begins to Take Shape

Around 500 sidewalk kiosks will replace payphones by mid-summer, creating a network of high-speed Wi-Fi hotspots across the city.

San Francisco’s Public Libraries to Get 10-Gigabit-Per-Second Boost

The move comes as California aims to upgrade Internet connectivity speeds at all the state’s public libraries.