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New research predicts that global urbanization will fuel smart cities market growth by nearly 19% over the next 10 years.

BOSTON—Verizon’s move to wire up the city of Boston with fiber—one that will serve not only Fios and its wireless networks but also smart-city applications—is based not just on the technology nuances, but on how to solve real problems.

WHETHER IT’S THE INTRODUCTION of free (albeit patchy) Wifi on otherwise mind-numbingly dull commutes on buses and trains, or the ability to grab a bike to cycle across the city, you’ve probably benefited from the Internet of Things.

Smart City Networks, a communications company that targets the conference industry, has upgraded its wireless networking services at 39 convention centers and other venues managed by Smart City throughout the country.

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