Gigabit Harlem | Transforming Upper Manhattan into a Center for Technology Innovation
Tuesday, June 25, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Transforming Upper Manhattan into a Center for Technology Innovation
MIST (My Image Studios) in Harlem
46 W 116th St
What would it take to bring the Gigabit Internet to Harlem as a driver for technology jobs, entrepreneurial economic growth, the improvement of STEM education in our public schools and as a delivery system for next generation services?
You're invited to have a meaningful discussion with the Honorable Inez Dickens and Harlem's Tech Community about Gigabit Harlem. Please join us and share your vision of what direction you would like Harlem to chart for itself as it moves forward in the Digital Age.
With the deployment of Google Fiber in a number of mid-western cities, the idea has been broached as to when will Google Fiber come to New York.
Silicon Harlem is the uptown meet up of meet ups where people come to network around technology, entrepreneurship, music, arts and culture, social innovation and urban environmentalism.
Gigabit is a term describing various technologies for transmitting data at a rate of a gigabit per second (1 billion bits per second). Gigabit means fast internet!
MIST: The lovely multimedia entertainment venue of My Images Studios, 46 West 116th Street between Lenox and Fifth Avenue in the beautiful LEED Gold building, the Kalahari.