Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) has announced its list of the Smart21 Communities of 2008. The list includes communities from 14 nations, with first-time entries from Puerto Rico, Qatar and South Africa. Three of the communities named to the 2007 Top Seven list (Tallinn, Dundee and the Gangnam District of Seoul) again appear among the 2008 Smart21.
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Australian newspaper “The Age’ has created a list of top ten digital cities of the world based on the following criteria: Broadband speed, cost and availability, wireless internet access, technology adoption, government support for technology, education and technology culture, and future potential.
The Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) announced its list of the Top Seven Intelligent Communities of the Year, each a model for economic development in the 21st Century. The Top Seven announcement is the second stage of ICF’s annual Intelligent Community awards cycle.
The most technology-advanced cities in United States have been named by the Center for Digital Government based on its 2006 Digital Cities Survey. The sixth annual study examines how city governments are utilizing digital technologies to better serve their citizens and streamline operations.
Intelligent Community Forum announced its list of the Smart21 Communities of the Year – each a model for the development of prosperous local economies and vibrant societies in today’s hyper-competitive broadband economy. The Smart21 is the first stage of the annual Intelligent Community Awards program.
Seven cities and regions were selected as top intelligent communities of 2006 by the Intelligent Community Forum.
Cleveland, Ohio, USA. Flagship project: OneCleveland (www.onecleveland.org) having the mission to deploy a community-based ultrabroadband network in the metropolitan area and to build a new knowledge economy on its foundation.
The most technology-advanced cities in America have been named by the Center for Digital Government based on its 2005 Digital Cities Survey. The annual study examines how city governments are utilizing digital technologies to better serve their citizens and streamline operations.