No matter the size of your organization, you must take advantage of innovative technologies to stay connected today and position your community for tomorrow. We’re a forward-looking partner that brings a wide range of knowledge and expertise to the table. We have many existing federal, state and local contract vehicles, so we can hit the ground running. With our comprehensive suite of infrastructure solutions, we’ll work closely with you to build and maintain the network that best serves your constituents—now and in the future.
New opportunity through connectivity.
With the rapid evolution of technology, there are many challenges that must be addressed in order to succeed in highly regulated environments. Supporting your organization’s demands and positioning yourself for the future will require careful planning and a comprehensive mix of infrastructure solutions.
- Advancing communities: Embrace modern technologies that improve life in your community—including new opportunities for businesses, high-capacity research networks and enhanced public safety.
- Improving security and accessibility: Meet regulatory requirements with the highest levels of security, while keeping people connected and mission-critical data accessible at all times.
- Accomplishing more with less: Leverage more economical, sustainable and easily accessible connectivity solutions that continue to meet the evolving needs of your constituents today, and well into the future.
As the nation’s largest provider of shared communications infrastructure, we have comprehensive solutions to take on the biggest challenges that your organization may face. And with our experience working with municipalities around the country, we know what it takes to be a successful government partner.
of cities' sustainable development goals could see significant progress using the current generation of smart city applications.1
or more is the amount of energy cost savings by upgrading to LED & smart lighting solutions.2
Positioning government agencies for the future.
New advancements like 5G, edge solutions and smart city technologies have the potential to boost economic growth and make communities safer, more efficient, and better connected. In particular, smart city technologies can give you access to real-time data that will help your municipality make better decisions and improve operational efficiency. For example, greater visibility into energy consumption could lead to more efficient grid management, while public safety data could be leveraged to improve emergency response times. Taking advantage of these opportunities requires a balanced approach that considers the needs and wants of multiple constituencies. With more than 25 years of experience working with nearly 700 cities and utilities, we're ready to partner with you to help you serve your community in a way that benefits everyone.
Dewitt P. President & CEO, Downtown Austin Alliance
Wireless connectivity is so critically important in today's economy. Similar to roadways or transit systems, wireless infrastructure is what a city needs to be competitive.
How we work with you.
For over 25 years, we’ve been working with customers to build end-to-end communications infrastructure solutions. We’ll work closely with your business to understand your needs and design custom solutions for your unique priorities and challenges. We know the opportunities that a well-designed and maintained network can bring to your organization. That’s why we monitor your network around the clock through our state-of-the-art Network Operations Center. And as you continue to pursue new possibilities, we’ll be here ready to connect you to the technologies and innovations you need to stay ahead.
Let’s talk about your connectivity needs.
Your organization is unique—and so are your connectivity needs. With an individualized approach, we’ll show you how our infrastructure solutions will serve you today and prepare you for tomorrow.
1 McKinsey & Company, "Smart Cities: Digital Solutions for a More Livable Future," 2018
2 CDW, "The Digital Transformation Report," 2018