Broadband Vs. Disasters

Stump, Matt
August 2004
Multichannel News;8/23/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 34, p38
Focuses on the importance of the broadband Internet services being offered by two multisystem operators in the U.S. Information on how the broadband system from Time Warner Cable helps the Kansas City Office of Emergency Management in monitoring the flooding situations in the state of Kansas; Information on the broadband service provided by Time Warner Cable to schools in Shawnee Mission, Kansas; Benefits from a hotel traffic system from Arris Group Inc. deployed by Cox Business Services in Las Vegas, Nevada.


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