Cities Take The WLAN Plunge
- Air2Lan delivers high-speed broadband wireless Internet access. Smith, Hilary // RCR Wireless News;10/30/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 44, p20
Reports on the launching of Jackson, Mississippi-based telecommunication company Air2Lan.
- AIR2LAN financing to be used to build New Orleans market. // RCR Wireless News;2/23/2004, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p7
Reports that AIR2LAN has received fund to continue the development of its New Orleans, Louisiana market and to deploy its services to markets in Monroe, West Monroe, Ruston, Bastrop and additional satellite markets in Louisiana. Reaction of AIR2LAN to the funding received; Effort of the company...
- Wireless biz owner taps municipality. Callimachi, Rukmini // Marketing News;11/15/2005, Vol. 39 Issue 19, p40
Features wireless entrepreneur Fred Ziari and his attempts to establish wireless networks in several U.S. municipalities. Factors that have stymied wireless projects in major metropolitan areas; Applications of the wireless system according to Ziari; Features of the wireless networks.
- U.S. Markets 21-40. // RCR Wireless News;8/23/2004, Vol. 23 Issue 34, p8
Presents a list of cities that represent the 21-40 largest wireless markets in the U.S. as of August 23, 2004. Portland, Oregon; Orlando, Florida; Las Vegas, Nevada.
- Equipment makers think small. Bischoff, Glenn // Mobile Radio Technology;Jan2004, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p38
Discusses the attitude of mobile radio equipment manufacturers towards the opportunity of manufacturers in smaller municipalities in the U.S. Need for sophistication of large computer-aided dispatch systems in municipalities; Reasons underlying the overlooking of small municipalities by...
- LOOK, NO WIRES. // New Scientist;2/4/2006, Vol. 189 Issue 2537, p29
The article presents a list of top five cities in the world by number of Wi-Fi hotspots, headed by Seoul-Korea, and followed by Tokyo-Japan, and London-England.
- Wireless Nepal. Peterson, Shane // Government Technology;Aug2004, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p12
Presents information on the Nepal Wireless Networking project. Number of villages included in the network; Benefits of the project to the villagers.
- Detroit tops in wireline replacement among largest markets. // RCR Wireless News;10/23/2006, Vol. 25 Issue 43, p18
The article highlights the results of a research conducted by Telephia on the wireless replacement markets in the U.S. Detroit and Minneapolis-Saint Paul have the highest rates of wireless substitution among the 20 largest U.S. cities. Detroit led the list of cord-cutting rates, with 19 percent...
- Trends. // Communications News;Nov98, Vol. 35 Issue 11, p6
Presents two graphs showing the ten most and least expensive United States cities for wireless. Ranking according to bundled price per minute in dollars.