Electricity lit up America's cities in the early 20th century. Now, it's broadband infrastructure that's driving urban development, growth and innovation. Only months after the FCC declared 25 Mbit/s the new defining threshold for broadband, there are now dozens of cities with gigabit-per-second Internet speeds, and dozens, if not hundreds, more planning gigabit rollouts. The White House has also formed a Broadband Opportunities Council and introduced new funding initiatives to drive further investment, including $160 million for smart city research tied to high-speed broadband infrastructure.
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