Monday, May 15 2017
Contact: Ashley Poling
Culver City, CA Engages Magellan Advisors for Broadband Consulting
Denver, CO, May 15, 2017 – The City of Culver City, CA has engaged Magellan Advisors, the nation’s leading broadband and smart city consulting firm, to assist the City in its broadband policy development and strategic planning related to its municipal fiber network. Magellan’s California team of Senior Consultants are leading the efforts to assist the City in these activities.
Culver City’s leadership understands the importance of high-speed broadband connectivity throughout their city for increased efficiency for the municipality, businesses and everyday life for their residents. Magellan’s Senior leadership will work with the City to develop best practices and policy surrounding broadband, leasing of poles and dark fiber assets, and implementation of smart city initiatives. Magellan and Culver City will also work to collaborate with broadband providers who are developing wired and wireless infrastructure throughout the City.
Through this engagement, Magellan’s work will position Culver City for the implementation of emerging technologies such as 5G wireless, leading-edge smart city applications, and enhanced broadband capabilities throughout the City. Magellan’s staff will be working with city leadership, and its partners to make Culver City a leader in broadband in California and the U.S.
About Magellan Advisors
Magellan provides leading broadband, smart city, information technology, and security consulting services to public and private organizations. We are a full spectrum planning and implementation firm that brings together technology, communications, and utility consulting to create smart gigabit cities of tomorrow. We are only successful when our clients are successful. Our goal is to find practical broadband and technology solutions that our clients can implement in their communities. Through our services, over $1 billion new broadband investments have been made connecting more than 1,000 schools, hospitals, libraries, and governments and passing nearly 1 million homes with fiber.
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