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Cyber Strategy | Cyber Projects

The following four projects illustrate how the Digital Centers Cyber Strategy has been applied in specific contexts. Together these papers, reports, photos, and presentations describe the deployment of the strategy from the scale of the region down to the scale of the small village.

The Virtual Library includes other reports and papers that can contribute to understanding Cyber Strategy.

 

Overlapping broadband infrastructure in Hudson Cty.
Source: Hudson County Cyberdistrict Feasibility Study

Hudson County Cyber District

The Hudson County Cyber District is an example of the Digital Centers Strategy applied at the county scale. The presentation [PDF, 4.1M, 45 pages total] can be viewed as well as the following print reports:

Siembab Planning Associates subcontracted to the design firm, Wallace, Roberts and Todd, LLC. GeoTel and Anthony Townsend, PhD. also contributed to the Briefing Book and Cyber Profile.

Riverdale e-Village and Network Station: Toward a Cyber Southland

The Riverdale e-Village is an example of a village-scale Digital Center. The Cyber Southland section of the Technical Report describes how the Digital Centers Strategy would be applied to the Southern Suburbs of Chicago. The presentation [PDF, 588K, 29 pages total] and photos of Riverdale can be viewed as well as the following print reports:

Blue Line TeleVillage Demonstration Project

The Blue Line TeleVillage was the prototype Network Station developed in Compton, California in 1996-97. It provided proof of concept for the Network Station. A slide show can be viewed as well as the following print reports:

Metro Net: Strategies for Deploying Fiber Optics

The Metro Net Report is an example of the Digital Centers Strategy applied at the regional scale for a country transportation authority. It proposes a metropolitan area network (named Metro Net) for public, private and non-profit data traffic developed jointly by the transportation authority, private fiber network developers and individual cities. The Metro Net would then provide broadband services to Network Stations and Digital Centers which would be developed around each rail stop. The Blue Line TeleVillage Demonstration Project was based on the concepts developed for this report. Drawings of the Metro Net can be viewed as well as the following print reports:

  • Executive Summary
  • Final Report