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Which U.S. cities are today's hotbeds of technology?

By Amanda C. Kooser

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Forget Silicon Valley. When it comes to technology companies,Atlanta; Austin, Texas; and Boise, Idaho, are where it's atthese days. We checked to see what kinds of companies are boomingin these burgs, what attracts entrepreneurs to the cities and whatareas will be growing over the next decade.

Metro population:4.26million
Telecommunications, software development, transportation logistics,biosciences and manufacturing are all major technology areas towhich Atlanta has staked a big claim, says Hans Gant, senior vicepresident of Economic Development with the Metro AtlantaChamber of Commerce.

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