Wednesday, June 27, 2012

New U.S. Wireless Broadband Network a Boon for States June 27, 2012, 12:11am State CIOs can play a crucial leadership role as states strive to get full benefits from a Federally funded, nationwide wireless broadband network.

The press is getting wind now. I have been spreading the  concept of the P3 model delivering the Pubic Safety Broadband Network for over a year now; its nice to see it starting to gain ground.

http://deloitte.wsj.com/cio/2012/06/27/new-wireless-public-safety-network-is-a-boon-for-u-s-states/

When the Big 5 start to take notice a lot of people start to find credibility and viability into the topic. To me it is quite clear that the P3 model (Public Private Partnerships) is the answer to the Public Safety Broadband Network (PSBN) deployment. Now I expect that the NASCIO (National Association for State CIOs) will start to get involved by pushing the agenda of the P3 money making model to all the State Governors and ultimately the State CIOs. Its about to get a lot bigger.

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Just some guy who writes a blog.

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