Listen: Building the Future of Public Wifi by Kevin Niebergall & Lou Phillips of Digital Lobby

 

With e-commerce, the ease of instant communication, the popularity of streaming services — it’s undeniable that the world runs on the Internet. And if you’re anything like our host Landon, you search for a free hotspot to connect to whenever you can.

Today, Digital Lobby President & COO Kevin Neibergal and CSO Lou Phillips joined Landon to explain the infrastructure Digital Lobby has created to power public WiFi networks and how it’s benefiting communities across the country.

“If a community wants to become a smart city the first thing they need is a WiFi network,” Niebergall said. “Not a bunch of kiosks, not a random access point, but a real honest to goodness Wifi network.”

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