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2010-04-09 17:11:00

ATLANTA, April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- SIPCO and INTUSIQ, licensors of the Essential Wireless Mesh(TM) patent portfolio and GE Appliances & Lighting announced they have signed a patent license agreement for GE's Appliance business unit. SIPCO and INTUSIQ are Atlanta based firms. David Petite, CEO of SIPCO, said, "We are extremely happy to have GE Appliances & Lighting as a strategic member of the Essential Wireless Mesh(TM) licensing family, and are pleased to help enable a new...

2008-09-30 09:00:30

WIMAX WORLD 2008 -- Aptilo Networks, the global leader in pre-integrated solutions for Service Management and Access Control for wireless networks including WiMAX(TM), wireless mesh and Wi-Fi hotspots, announced today that the Aptilo WiMAX CSN System(TM) has demonstrated full interoperability with the Access Service Network (ASN) gateway solution from Aricent, a global innovation, technology and outsourcing company focused exclusively on the communications industry. By successfully completing...

2008-09-30 09:00:00

WIMAX WORLD 2008 -- Aptilo Networks, the global leader in pre-integrated solutions for Service Management and Access Control for wireless networks including WiMAX(TM), wireless mesh and Wi-Fi hotspots, showcases the Aptilo WiMAX CSN System(TM), the market's first pre-integrated wireless broadband data and voice services solution for standards compliant mobile WiMAX authentication, authorization and accounting (AAA); policy management and service control. It is a flexible, multi-access...

2008-09-09 09:00:31

Airport officials at Page Municipal Airport and police in Page, Ariz. can now respond quicker to potential emergencies by viewing live video from cameras located throughout the airport and by accessing police records from remote locations. Durham Communications Inc., provider of public safety communications systems, and Firetide Inc., a developer of wireless mesh and access networks, deployed a wireless mesh network that supports video surveillance, access control and a connection to the...

2008-09-02 09:00:16

Citizens living in rural areas near Gongju City in Korea's Chungcheong Province can now access the Internet as well as municipal network services thanks to the deployment of a new geographically broad wireless mesh network by Korea's KT Corporation and integrator LANS Co. Ltd. The "Gongju u-City" (Ubiquitous City) project uses technology from Firetide Inc., a leading developer of wireless mesh and access networks, to reduce the coverage gaps between urban and rural areas and provide IP-based...


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  • A spider.
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