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Which tech hub will be the next Silicon Valley?

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Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Austin and Boston are among the tech sectors in America that generate the most buzz. There are places that may not generate as much buzz yet but are ready to burst onto the tech scene with full force. You may be surprised to learn about some of them.

“The Rocket City,” Huntsville, Alabama, placed 14th on Entrepreneur.com’s list of the 25 best U.S. cities for tech startups. Some of the tech stars in the area include Bragg Peak Systems, Correlated Magnetics Research, Curse and eTruckBiz. “Silicon Slopes,” Provo, Utah is also in the running to be the next Silicon Valley. The Milken Institute put Provo at number 2 on its 2013 list of the strongest large cities for economic performance. Some of the area’s tech superstars include AirVend, Domo, MoneyDesktop and Qualtrics. High speed Google Fiber service is rolling out there in 2014.

For details on some other tech hubs that just might be the next Silicon Valley, check out the full infographic here!

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