Federal, state, and local governments are active consumers of wireless services and networking technology. Officials responsible for essential infrastructure initiatives at the federal level, as well as for state offices, facilities, parks, highways, and municipal facilities, all recognize the reality of the Internet of Things and the economic and protective benefits of connectivity even in remote locations.
A county government needs modern network capabilities, including telepresence, digital signage, and web-based monitoring of energy consumption for a new convention center that will double as a continuing education facility. Installing a high-performance IP network to carry all the building’s voice, video and data traffic, digital signage, and environmental sensors enables the county to host conventions and public sector organizations in a single large building.
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