The Nashville Bombing Has Exposed US Inefficiencies

Social media can’t replace communication infrastructure

Gayle Kurtzer-Meyers
Jan 9 · 7 min read

The Nashville bombing has exposed the US communication infrastructure inefficiencies in a big way.

How the Nashville bombing exposed inefficiencies in US communication networks

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Placing facilities in areas that are easy targets

Building new systems on top of older ones

Clumping all systems into one facility

Lessons from the Nashville bombing

Mitigating single points of failure

Directing more resources for strengthening communications infrastructure

Building facilities in remote locations and adding more layers of security

Wrapping it up

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Gayle Kurtzer-Meyers

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20+ years in Property Management, freelance writer, advocate for positive thinking, enjoy running for charity events, interested in a variety of topics

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20+ years in Property Management, freelance writer, advocate for positive thinking, enjoy running for charity events, interested in a variety of topics

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Outstanding stories objectively and diligently selected by 40+ senior editors on ILLUMINATION

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