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Chamber Chatt: J.Ed. Marston on EPB’s Impact and the Future of Quantum

Chamber Chatt is a video series offering community members the chance to hear from elected officials and those in public service. 

This month’s Chamber Chatt was recorded live inside the Chattanooga Chamber’s Connection Conference Center, Powered by EPB. 

Matt Phillips, Co-founder and managing partner, Rise Partners, interviewed J.Ed. Marston, Vice President of Communications, EPB. 

Marston joined Chamber Chatt to discuss what led to the creation of the quantum network, EPB being the first to have an available quantum network in the United States and the potential impact it will have in the Chattanooga region.

Watch Chamber Chatts with J.Ed. Marston below. 

Learn more about Gig City Goes Quantum, here

Watch a previous Chamber Chatt with, Butch Eley, Commissioner for the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT), here

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