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Power-sipping San Francisco network could have IoT devices buzzing

Stephen Lawson | Oct. 28, 2015
The city will install antennas at its libraries for the low-power, wide-area network

As one of the centers of the U.S. digital economy, San Francisco has made several moves to build out advanced network infrastructure. In 2006, it made a deal with EarthLink for a Wi-Fi network to blanket the city, but that project failed when EarthLink pulled out of the Wi-Fi business. More recently, the city built a free Wi-Fi network along its central Market Street and in parks and public buildings. There is also a growing fiber network among city facilities.

 

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