Chicago: No Olympics Without Solid Network Infrastructure
The “city that networks” has to look beyond national Wi-Fi comparisons and into the real competition of global cities that have significant investments in fiber.
From MidwestBusiness.com, June 20, 2007
Nighthawk Systems Announces Sale to Kansas Municipal Utility
Company will sell wireless power management and emergency notification equipment to Wellington, KS.
From Business Wire, June 20, 2007
Auckland Considers Free Wi-Fi Mesh
Town Hall prepares a business case for a wireless network covering the CBD and city fringe.
From Computerworld, June 19, 2007
DMU Looks at Local Fiber Network
Will a local fiber optic network be a part of the future for Denison Municipal Utilities?
From Bulletin Review, June 19, 2007
Pilgrims on the Wireless Trail
A do-it-yourself wireless backbone is shaping up on Cape Cod.
From TechWorld, June 18, 2007
Boulder Joins Wireless Gold Rush
Boulder has joined a group of 10 neighboring cities that are planning a new municipal wireless network that would blanket an area of roughly 137 square miles with WiFi coverage.
From New West, June 18, 2007
Cisco Launches Indoor-Outdoor Connectivity Solution
Cable operators can deliver and extend the connected life via complete Cisco Cable ServiceMesh Solution.
From Marketwire, June 18, 2007
Anderson IN Approves Rates for Fiber Optics and Wireless
The Anderson City Council approved rates for lit fiber optic cables and wireless service for the Anderson Municipal Light and Power utility.
From The Herald Bulletin, June 18, 2007
NextWave Wireless to Acquire Spectrum in Austria, Slovakia, and Croatia
Spectrum will be obtained through purchase of a controlling interest in Zürich-based WiMAX Telecom AG.
From Business Wire, June 18, 2007
Downtown Anchorage to Get Wireless Internet
The city has awarded a California company the right to provide wireless Internet access throughout downtown.
From KTUU News, June 18, 2007