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Smart City Networks Finishes Fiber Optic Project in San Diego

Last month Smart City Networks, the nation’s leading provider of technology services for the convention industry, completed an enhance fiber optics project at the San Diego Convention Center (SDCC) that now gives clients the opportunity for more bandwidth.   “We are the premier gathering place for life-changing events,” said Clifford

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Smart City Networks Renews Technology and Telecommunications Contracts with Three Convention Centers

Smart City Networks recently renewed contracts with the Oregon Convention Center (OCC), Seattle Center, and Virginia Beach Convention Center (VBCC), extending their partnership to provide quality telecommunications and internet services. Smart City and the OCC has agreed to a five-year renewal. Smart City has provided wireless access and support to

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Smart City Networks Signs Five-Year Contract with the SAFE Credit Union Convention and Performing Arts District

Smart City Networks is proud to announce their newest partnership with the City of Sacramento for services at the newly named SAFE Credit Union Convention Center and SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center. As part of the contract, Smart City will provide an entirely new network to the facilities which

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Smart City Networks Signs Three-Year Extension at the Los Angeles Convention Center

New Upgrades Planned to Prepare LACC for Future Technology Smart City Networks announced that AEG at the Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) extended its contract with the company for an additional three years. The contract extension will allow Smart City to provide the necessary upgrades to prepare the venue for future technology. “Our

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Smart City Networks Installs Neutral Host DAS at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas

Distributed antenna system strengthens cellular service throughout facility Smart City Networks has completed a new Distributed Antenna System (DAS) designed to exponentially expand the cellular service coverage and capacity at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas (KBHCCD). Smart City partnered with Dallas based AT&T to design and build the

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Smart City Networks to Install New WiFi Network at the Orange County Convention Center

Largest Capacity Wireless Install Ever in a Convention Center Smart City Networks recently began the installation of one of the largest wireless networks ever deployed in a convention center in North America this month at the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC), in Orlando, FL. “These technology updates focus on enhancing

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Smart City Networks Partners with the Miami Beach Convention Center to Complete Multi-Million Dollar Renovations Project

Significant Technology Upgrades to make Miami Beach Convention Center a Premier Convention Location   Smart City Networks has finalized a contract with the Miami Beach Convention Center to provide extensive technology upgrades as a part of their two and half year long, multi-million dollar renovations project. The agreement, which became effective

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Smart City Networks Awarded Telecommunications Contract at Orange County Convention Center

Board of County Commissioners Renews Contract for 10 Years The Orange County Board of County Commissioners unanimously approved a recommendation to award a new agreement to Smart City Networks as the exclusive telecommunications provider of the Orange County Convention Center (OCCC). The award, which is for a new 5-year contract

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Smart City Networks Honored at Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards

PICTURED LEFT TO RIGHT: Megan Comfort, Vice President, SBA/Small Business Manager, Nevada State Bank; Mark Haley, President, Smart City Networks; Kristen McMillan President and CEO, Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce Las Vegas based Technology Company Honored as an Industry Trendsetter Smart City Networks was honored at the Las Vegas Metro

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