FCC Agrees with Google: The Airwaves Will Be Open
The FCC has revised the rules for the forthcoming auction of the 700Mhz spectrum.
From Wired Blogs, August 02, 2007
Massachusetts Announces $25 Million for Broadband Connections
Money for high-speed internet connections could soon be rushing to 32 towns that currently don't have broadband access.
From The Boston Globe, August 02, 2007
Wireless T-1 Replacement Offered in Portland
Service will start at $350 per month for T-1 speeds and rise to $1,500 per month for a 10 Mbps circuit and $1,000 for the receiver.
From Wi-Fi Networking News, August 01, 2007
Argentine City Uses Linux, OSS For Its Free Municipal Wi-Fi
Rosario, Argentina joins the "free muni Wi-Fi" club.
From The Inquirer, July 31, 2007
Chicago Pushes Wi-Fi Despite Other Cities' Struggles
Chicago still has grand plans to bring high-speed Internet access to the masses through a citywide Wi-Fi network, but industry analysts and bidders on the project are warning that the city should scale down its hopes.
From Daily Southtown, July 31, 2007
Wi-Fi, Sponsored By...
New firms broker bundled ad sales for 'free' networks.
From The Wall Street Journal, July 31, 2007
Getting on the Internet Now Easier in Escanaba and Gladstone, Wisconsin
Initially offered at Escanaba’s library and Gladstone’s campground, the service is now included at both city’s marinas.
From Daily Press, July 31, 2007
Expanding Capabilities of Municipal Wireless Networks
Motorola announced the latest enhancements to its Motomesh series of municipal wireless networks it said will improve reliability, management and access to the first response community.
From Channelweb, July 31, 2007
Wi-Fi Traffic Testing Application on Tap
VeriWave has released a set of ready-to-run wireless performance tests that mix different types and amounts of Wi-Fi traffic on corporate and municipal networks.
From Techworld, July 30, 2007
Startup Brings Free Wi-Fi to the Streets of San Francisco
A California startup is relying on civic-minded volunteers in San Francisco to accomplish a goal that so far has eluded the city's government leaders.
From The Register, July 30, 2007