The State of Nevada, City of Las Vegas, NTT reach deal to accelerate smart city

The State of Nevada, City of Las Vegas and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation announced an agreement to "advance and accelerate smart technologies." The city will start trial-use of the smart city solutions during spring 2019 for the consideration of the full-scale service beginning in summer 2019. It will also explore opportunities to partner on a new briefing center in downtown Las Vegas focused on technology with an emphasis on connected communities.

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