WiMAX Service Launched in Rexburg, ID
DigitalBridge Communications announced that it has launched a portable high-speed Internet service in Rexburg, Idaho using Alvarion's 802.16e WiMAX platform.
From Forbes, June 11, 2007
Johannesburg Project Enters Tender Phase
The Johannesburg Broadband Network Project (JBNP) is currently in the adjudication phase of a two-stage tender process that will determine a partner to provide the broadband network for the city.
From Engineering News, June 11, 2007
Few Using Macon's Free Downtown Wireless Internet Service
Macon's (GA) much touted free network doesn't seem to be getting much use. Few people know about it, and few people have yet to make it part of their daily experience in the city.
From The Macon Telegraph, June 11, 2007
Edmonton City Council Considers Downtown Wi-fi
Edmonton should set up free wireless Internet service in test locations to help make the city an attractive destination for young people, a new report says.
From The Edmonton Journal, June 10, 2007
Amplifiers Boost Linear Power for WiMAX, WiFI Terminals
Sirenza Microdevices released two additions to its product line for Mobile WiMAX (802.16 e) and WiFi (802.11 b/g/n) applications.
From EEProduct Center, June 09, 2007
Wilkes-Barre Deal Removes Risk
City officials in Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania claim that their muni wireless plan, which uses no tax money to support it, will be handled smoothly by Frontier Communications.
From The Times Leader, June 08, 2007
FCC Rejects Reconsideration of Licensed WiMax Order
The Federal Communications Commission has upheld an earlier decision on non-exclusive licensing of broadband wireless services in the 3,650 to 3,700 MHz band.
From EETimes, June 08, 2007
PacketHop Announces Support for Axis Communications Network Cameras
PacketHop and Axis team up to offer wireless IP network video systems for commerical, public safety, municipal, and transportation sectors.
From AOL, June 07, 2007
North Carolina Bill Would Limit City Telecom Plans
The legislation would require public hearings, profit forecasts, and other hurdles for cities looking to deploy wireless broadband networks.
From StarNewsOnline.com, June 07, 2007
BelAir Announces Service Level Agreement
Municipal wireless mesh networks get the industry's first Service Level Agreement (SLA) performance guarantee.
From BBW Exchange, June 06, 2007