Mission

The Infrastructure Society’s mission is to expose the rich infrastructure in Georgia enabling our state to lead in many areas of technology. Transportation, Power, Water, Data Centers and Fiber infrastructure, along with the services which are enabled by these resources, make Georgia the logical choice for the next high-tech industry destination. The Infrastructure society was created to support TAG’s mission, which is to educate, promote and unite Georgia’s technology community to foster an innovative and connected marketplace that stimulates and enhances a tech-based economy.

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Infrastructure Society Board

Steve Laufersweiler
Board Chair

Southern Telecom

Darryl Berman
Vice Chair

Critical Components

Bob Kramlich

Ascent, LLC.

Maria Porter

Panduit

Brian Savory

Jason James

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Recent Infrastructure News

NCR teams up with Microsoft to keep millions of IoT edge devices at retail stores, restaurants and banks running

NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR), a software and services leader for the retail, restaurant and banking industries, today announced a collaboration with Microsoft to power NCR Digital Connected Services (DCS).

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NXTCOMM CTO Speaking at SSPI Southeast Chapter on Sept. 23

Carl Novello, who leads antenna development for Atlanta-based NXT Communications Corp., will discuss advances in electronically phased antenna designs crucial for true broadband connectivity in this free virtual meeting.

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The next step in speed — experience 2 Gig now with the Google Fiber Trusted Tester program

Google Fiber announced a new 2 Gig internet plan today — bringing even more bandwidth and speed to customers in internet-intensive households who may need more than a gig to do their thing, whatever that may be. Google Fiber is looking for people to help test 2 Gig, starting in Nashville and Huntsville next month and in other Google Fiber cities — including Atlanta — later this fall.

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