From IDT’s Jacob Jonas: Broad Street Tech Scene is Popping and IDT is a Technological Disruptor
IDT Corporation (Newark) is in middle of a major transformation phase. This past year, IDT renovated its Newark headquarters, converting it into a state-of-the-art facility that complements IDT’s commitment to remaining an important technological disruptor for years to come.
From Panasonic's Joseph Taylor: Addressing the Digital Divide in Newark
We should all be pleased to see more technology companies either starting up in Newark or relocating and putting down roots here. This is a great thing for the city, and it holds out the promise of future high-tech employment for Newark’s children. But at the same time, we ought to consider how ready the children will be to take on positions that demand a high degree of skills in math and the sciences if they don’t have the opportunity to become digitally savvy and feel at home with technology at an early age, as do children in more privileged areas.
From the Office of the CIO: Newark’s Tech Policy is Driven by Mayor Baraka’s Vision for Newark 3.0
When I have been talking technology in Newark, I have noticed a convergence of language. The city is going through a “tech renaissance,” and it is building a “tech ecosystem,” as we’re getting closer to becoming a “live-work-play city.” These are all true, and I would like to add some details about just how we got here.
NJTW Story of the Year 2016: Newark’s Tech Renaissance
The year 2016 has been a boom time for tech in Newark! This city has become both a great place for startups and tech companies and a place that "gets" tech. Its streets are getting smart kiosks, residents can use smart apps to plug into city services, parks are offering “lightning fast” wireless and office buildings are being connected to world-class Internet at bargain prices.
PSE&G and EDF 'Google It
Natural-gas leaks are a persistent challenge for utility companies. Like other utilities, PSE&G monitors its system carefully, and fixes any leaks that pose a safety risk quickly. But other leaks that don't pose an immediate hazard can linger while companies work their way through upgrading thousands of miles of old infrastructure. When these nonhazardous leaks add…