It is connectivity that leads to a successful implementation of innovative solutions, and turns smart cities into vibrant socio-economic hubs that help businesses thrive.
Various studies have invariably shown that communities with access to ultrafast, all-fiber broadband networks achieve higher per capita GDP, create more jobs, and spur more business start-ups than communities with slower access.
However, innovative solutions and technologies for smart cities are usually applied as independent verticals without a connection between them. So in order to ensure that all of those will be linked together, a smart city needs a system to control all solutions and unify them into a broader, smarter, and stronger communication network.
Wireline and wireless broadband communications networks connect Internet of Things (IoT) devices and sensors that supply the data from which information is derived to manage assets and resources efficiently.