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2013-10-28 23:29:41

When Rose Hills Memorial Park and Mortuary sought to replace its outdated meshing hardware, WirelessGuys opted to employ the RADWIN 5000 series HPMP high-capacity PtMP base station as a viable solution. Moorpark, CA (PRWEB) October 28, 2013 WirelessGuys announced this week, the successful use of the RADWIN 5000 series HPMP high-capacity Point-to-Multipoint (PTMP) base station to revitalize Rose Hills Memorial Park and Mortuary's outdated wireless infrastructure. The wireless...

2013-08-23 23:23:51

When Big Bend National Park sought to upgrade its outdated wireless infrastructure, WirelessGuys offered its proprietary WG UN5000 series PtMP system as a viable solution. Moorpark, CA (PRWEB) August 23, 2013 WirelessGuys announced this week, the successful use of its proprietary WG UN5000 Series Point-to-Multipoint System in a major upgrade Big Bend National Park's wireless infrastructure. The wireless infrastructure employed by Big Bend National Park for the past nine years was an...

2010-09-09 04:45:00

SEATTLE, Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Epik.com, a leading domain name development company, has released a list of developed domain names to be auctioned off on September 16, at 1:30 pm at the Bell Harbor Conference Center Bay Auditorium in Seattle. The domain auction is part of the inaugural Epik.com Domain Developers Conference being held September 15 - 17. The live auction event is open to the public. One of the more anticipated website and domain name lots up for auction is www.WiFi.com....

2010-06-23 14:16:21

3G and Wi-Fi are the two main mobile communications technologies today, but until recently they have been complementary services, the former offering users network access through cell phone masts forming a wide-area network (WAN), the latter based on hot-spot connections through a local-area network (LAN). Both then provide connectivity to the web, email and other services. With the advent of Wi-Fi based municipal wireless networks, such as that launched by one telecommunications company in...

2009-09-09 11:04:00

HIAWATHA, Iowa, Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Ready Wireless LLC announces the launch of its nationwide, prepaid Ready Broadband wireless Internet product and service offering in Pilot Travel Centers around the nation. "Pilot Travel Centers, LLC is the nation's largest retail operator of travel centers," said Fred Haumesser, executive vice president of Ready Wireless. "Pilot is the perfect retailer of Ready Broadband service. Ready Broadband gives travelers the ability to access email, download...

2009-02-02 06:07:00

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- WiFi Rail Inc. and the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) have finalized a 20-year agreement to provide high speed mobile Wi-Fi access throughout the BART transit system and on all BART commuter trains. WiFi Rail Inc. has designed and engineered a high-bandwidth network to provide mobile WiFi access throughout mass transit environments, with special focus on commuter rail lines and trains. The company has demonstrated consistent...

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2008-12-13 08:00:00

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to vote December 18 on a plan to auction off the AWS-3 wireless spectrum that will be freed up in February when television stations shift to all digital broadcasts.  The commission would require the auction's winner to use part of the spectrum for a national, ad-supported free wireless Internet service. The no-cost Wi-Fi service would have to be up and running within a few years of the auction, and the winning company would be...

2008-09-27 06:00:15

By Lisa P White PLEASANT HILL -- Online junkies longing to be untethered from cords and coffee shops can head to Pleasant Hill and check their Facebook accounts in the great outdoors on the city's free wireless network. "It works great. Even with the free network, it's fast," said James Ziegelman, chief technology officer for Pleasant Hill. Ziegelman said the network has been up and running for about three months. The city signed a 15-year contract with Pleasant Hill-based airCloud...

2008-08-17 18:00:18

By Aaron, Craig "When Mayor John Street announced plans to make Philadelphia the nation's first major "wireless city" back in the fall of 2004, the press couldn't get enough. "Forget cheese steaks, cream cheese, and brotherly love," declared The New York Times. "Philadelphia wants to be known as the city of laptops." Philadelphia's goal to cover 135 square miles with a cloud of Internet connectivity was ambitious. But the need was undeniable. High-speed Internet access was fast becoming an...


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