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New tech alliance to deliver smart city solutions


US telecommunications company, AT&T, has launched a series of alliances with other technology companies aimed at providing Internet of Things solutions to cities, with Atlanta, Chicago and Dallas the first to benefit. Cisco, Deloitte, Ericsson, GE, IBM and Intel have partnered with AT&T to provide smart cities technology across countries where AT&T has a presence–primarily the US and Mexico. Ericsson’s first contribution to the project is to deliver a connected water project to provide remote monitoring of water quality in city watersheds for the Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, which runs past Atlanta. Chicago has also benefited from the alliance, which is using Internet of Things technology for water system sensors, advanced analytics and energy efficiency projects.

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