IBM Adds Corpus Christi to Roster of ‘Smarter Cities’

December 14, 2010 No Comments

SOURCE:  IBM

Corpus Christi has become the latest municipality to enlist IBM’s Smarter Cities solutions to ramp up resource efficiency and sustainability efforts.

The Texas Gulf coast city of more than 280,000 is using IBM software to organize, analyze and manage services across municipal departments from wastewater treatment and solid waste disposal to road repairs and park maintenance.

More than 300 cities are working with IBM’s Smarter Cities program including London, Stockholm, Sydney, Dublin and Amsterdam, where IBM has teamed with Cisco in a project that’s aimed at making the largest city in the Netherlands a model for smart grid technologies and energy management.

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