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Congress recently passed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act), which granted funding to the nation’s infrastructure. The law is set to rebuild roads, bridges, and rails across the country, ensure every American has access to high-speed internet, invest in connecting communities that have too often been left behind, and more.

In a continuing webinar series hosted by SYNNEX Comstor and EDGE360, industry experts will discuss the implications of the law and how it will affect communities throughout the country. The nation is becoming increasingly connected, and organizations need to find physical and technological solutions to reinforce these connections. From traveling on improved roads to securing IoT devices, agencies must deliver these strategies to remain successful.

On April 27, the second installment in the three-part webinar series focuses on “Connected Roads and Intersections: Safer Cities, Less Congestion and Optimal Traffic Management.” Experts will discuss networking solutions that are connecting smart cities and examine how communities can improve roadside safety, increase operational efficiencies, reduce traffic congestion, and lower the carbon footprint.

On May 25, the webinar series concludes with industry experts discussing “New Deployment Options for Substations and Utility Networks” and how new developments in IoT can support deployment for electricity distribution and utility networks.

To learn more about the Webinar Series, click here.