Venture Smarter with Powernet
Powernet enables businesses to connect with audiences in the office and across the world through wireless networking, Wi-Fi, voice, data, IT managed services, in addition to domestic and international carrier services.
At the Second Annual Smart Cincy Summit, Venture Smarter curated a panel of experts and practitioners to explore how a foundational layer of connectivity and data-driven planning can drive smart city success stories.
At the 2017 Smart Regions Conference, leaders from across the United States discuss the business case for smart cities from the lens of government, enterprise, startups, and NGO's. Jon Salisbury (smartLINK), Steve Wimsatt (Ruckus Wireless), Terry Holmes (CNX), John Putnam (Powernet) and Chris Rezendes (NCT Ventures). View the Smart Regions Conference Event Recap, Smart Regions Annual Report, and upcoming events at https://www.smartregions.org.
In Avondale, a traditionally underserved neighborhood in Cincinnati, OH, a woman-owned business has started to ‘light up’ buildings to provide open and free WiFi to residents, students, and businesses across the neighborhood as a part of a dynamic public-private-partnership.
CRN editors select the Women of the Channel honorees based on their professional accomplishments, demonstrated expertise and ongoing dedication to the IT channel.
CINCINNATI, OH - April 17, 2018 - Powernet is refocusing their channel program around partners beginning with two big changes; product bundling and on-demand sales support.
Residents of a section of Avondale soon will have free wireless internet service. Powernet, the Community Builders Inc., Avondale Community Development Corp. and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development are partnering to offer the service.