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| title            = GCTC Wireless SuperCluster's Covid-19 Connectivity Resources
 
| title            = GCTC Wireless SuperCluster's Covid-19 Connectivity Resources
| team              = GCTC Wireless SuperCluster/Connectivity Covid-19 Task FOrce
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| team              = GCTC Wireless SuperCluster/Connectivity Covid-19 Task Force
  
 
| leader            = [mailto:bklee@smcgov.org Benny Lee], [mailto:davidw@jointventure.org David Witkowski]
 
| leader            = [mailto:bklee@smcgov.org Benny Lee], [mailto:davidw@jointventure.org David Witkowski]

Revision as of 23:40, 13 July 2020

GCTC Wireless SuperCluster's Covid-19 Connectivity Resources
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Team Members GCTC Wireless SuperCluster/Connectivity Covid-19 Task Force
Point of Contact Benny Lee, David Witkowski
Participating Municipalities
Contributors William Schrier, Lan Jenson
Website
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Description

The Covid-19 crisis has increased the need for students to distance learn and workers to telework; however, the digital divide remains as an unbridged connectivity and device gap for many. Devices such as mobile devices, notebook computers must be in place or issued that can connect wirelessly to Wi-Fi for distance learning and teleworking. Some local governments and companies have made progress through publishing online and through physical postings to map these sites. Other local governments may be further ahead in advanced connectivity having deployed wireless connectivity delivery systems that can easily scale to more locations such as parked vehicles with Wi-Fi equipment.

Availability of Connectivity via WiFi

Guidance and Resources for Connectivity

Broadband for Mitigation

IoT for Mitigation

Helping with low-cost or free internet connectivity