The City of Wyoming, Ohio, has partnered with Cincinnati Bell to realize a “Smart City” vision and bring free public WiFi to Wyoming as part of a broader effort to ignite economic growth, the company said.
In partnership with Wyoming, Cincinnati Bell has installed a Smart City solution with WiFi coverage in the central business district, the village green, and Crescent Park.
This economic development project will allow Wyoming to connect with, engage, and inform visitors and residents; drive more activity and visits; and ultimately help the local business community thrive.
Wyoming is the first small city in Hamilton County to implement a Smart City solution. The City is partnering with Cincinnati Bell, which has implemented other Smart City solutions in the region and has invested approximately USD 1 billion into its Greater Cincinnati fiber network. Cincinnati Bell will leverage this unique expertise to help the City of Wyoming realize its Smart City vision.
The City is located just north of the City of Cincinnati, along State Route 4 (Springfield Pike). Wyoming is a quaint and historic community, with a rich local business network including niche retail and locally owned restaurants. For more information, visit www.wyomingohio.gov.
With headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati Bell Inc. (NYSE: CBB) provides integrated communications solutions – including local and long distance voice, data, high-speed Internet and video – that keep residential and business customers in Greater Cincinnati and Dayton connected with each other and with the world. For more information, visit www.cincinnatibell.com.