Broadband Deployment: Hastening the Decline of First-World Cities?

 

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This report explores some reasons why in a 21st Century first-world economy cities may be losing their relevance. Quite possibly, the metropolitan disaster stories, such as Detroit, may actually be a harbinger of things to come; and may not be quite the disaster that many people assume. This discussion will be of interest to telecommunication service providers, policy makers and urban planners.

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Broadband Deployment: Hastening the Decline of First-World Cities?SPIE 2014 #29 - August 8/2014IntroductionAn Example of Urban DeclineEvolution of the Virtual CityThe New Urban Complex: a Bucolic Paradise?Implications for SocietyStratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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