'WiFi Challenge' Impacting Mobile Content Revenues, says Bango
According to Bango, the leading mobile billing and analytics company, over 20% of people visiting web sites to purchase content using their mobile phones are now connecting via WiFi
From Fierce Broadband Wireless, July 14, 2009
New York's MTA Eyes WiFi on Trains
New York City's Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is seriously examining how it could deploy wireless Internet on some of its commuter trains.
From Unstrung, July 13, 2009
Strategy Analytics: Comcast's WiMAX offering in position to pressure AT&T, Verizon
Strategy Analytics says Comcast's new High-Speed 2go service--set to launch in Portland, Ore.--that bundles Clearwire's WiMAX service with its own broadband services, will put pressure on AT&T and Verizon.
From Fierce Wireless, July 12, 2009
Alvarion, MLL Telecom say mobile WiMAX is ready in U.K.
Alvarion and MLL Telecom have concluded that the U.K. is ready for widespread rollouts of mobile WiMAX technology following a network trial in Maidstone in July 2008 that saw a variety of applications ranging from public-safety applications to mobile data, VoIP and video streaming successfully tested on the system.
From Fierce Broadband Wireless, July 12, 2009
WiMAX Gives Boost to Education in Pakistan
Combine federal aid funding, gung-ho American entrepreneurship and the “serendipity” of relatively widespread WiMAX coverage in Pakistan and you might just have a winning formula for bringing desperately needed improvements to public education in this impoverished, but strategically vital, country.
From Wifi Planet, July 10, 2009
Clearwire launches in Las Vegas as WiMAX chases stimulus funds
From ReThink Wireless, July 08, 2009
Venice, Italy, installs Wi-Fi free for those who live and work there, and for-fee for visitors: The city of canals has launched one of the largest outdoor Wi-Fi networks in continental Europe.
From WiFi Network News, July 07, 2009
Peekskill, NY gets federal funds for muni Wi-Fi network
Peekskill, NY (pop. 25,000) is getting a $300,000 grant from the federal government for a Wi-Fi network in the city
From Muniwireless, July 06, 2009
Write a Comment Rural Broadband Grants Spell Opportunity
WiMAX service provider Towerstream is one of the companies hoping to boost the economy as part of the broadband stimulus package.
From Wireless Week, July 02, 2009
Firetide Releases New Non-Line-Of-Sight Mesh Node
Particularly useful in public safety and public utilities deployments, Firetide's new HotPort 6000-900 delivers non-line-of-sight high-performance wireless mesh for video, data, and voice in challenging environments.
From WiFi Planet, June 30, 2009