December 18, 2013


Long before Google Fiber arrived in 2011, Kansas City has had a thriving technology sector, with cutting-edge companies like Cerner, Garmin and Sprint. But when Google announced it would build its first fiber-optic cable network in the Kansas City area, the idea of a gigabit internet, and its possibilities sparked a bi-state drive to take full advantage of the new resource. So where are we now as a tech town? We ask technology attorney Greg Kratofil, the Kauffman Foundation’s Dane Stangler and KC Digital Drive’s Aaron Deacon

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