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AT&T is uniquely structured and equipped to handle and address smart city, smart utility and industrial IoT needs. AT&T brings deep functional expertise across several domains, real-life experiences through our Spotlight Cities program and can pair seamlessly with strategic alliance members that bring complementary expertise and capabilities. Ultimately, a city’s ability to realize the true potential of a smart cities platform is driven by its skill to effectively use its connectivity resources and the information that comes from them. As a communications and Internet of Things (IoT) Leader, AT&T has the experience and skills to assist in the deployment of an integrated IoT platform for Smart Cities, Smart Utilities, and Industrial companies that harness data and deliver secure and actionable insights.

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Why CMG?

CMG has built a library of over 500 use cases and 18 frameworks. Each framework delivers the answers to use cases, technologies, vendors, business models, business cases, policy models, and best practices.

CMG’s corporate development, go-to-market planning, and commercialization are world-class.

CMG’s team has planned for and successfully deployed over $20 billion of technology solutions in the last 20 years.

CMG team has developed smart grid roadmaps for multiple utilities in the US, EU, Middle East and South America.

CMG team has developed smart city roadmaps for several fast growing cities.

CMG offers advisory services per month, 1-day workshops for each framework, 3-day workshops for each framework, and customer-defined consulting projects (e.g. 2 weeks, 4 weeks, 6 weeks, 8 weeks, and beyond as needed).

The CMG advantage is world-class advise by former senior executives with 25 years plus of successful experience for 50% less than the Big Old Brands.  CMG is Cheaper, Faster and Better !!!

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