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hereUare has sold off the Bay Area-based WiFi Metro WISP to dial-up and DSL provider IKANO, where the service will get a name change to HotSpotzz. hereUare lives on only to license its technology.
One on the East, one on the West, and both with strikingly similar revenue models.
A good travel companion for those who want to take video, photos, or (limited) Web access with them on the road.
Here is a case where the hospitality industry is making WiFi work...with quite a different business model than we've seen to date.
See how one company's move to an IP PBX and an upgrade of its Wi-Fi infrastructure made it a no-brainer to start sending voice traffic over the WLAN.
Using the WiSER product from OTC Wireless, you can connect to any serial port product using 802.11b.
Wireless ISP Wi-Fi Metro, Inc. officially launches 802.11b hotspots in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The RFID provider doesn't see much crossover with Wi-Fi except for using the wireless tech in passive data collection.
Atlanta's foremost WISP, 3rd Wave, knows customers will accept advertising to keep hotspots free -- it asked them. But will businesses bother to place the ads?
MobileIGNITE may help spur the industry along the path of fixed-mobile convergence for wireless.
The new MPx offers a unique take on the Pocket PC phone platform.
ABI study finds tools needed to create viable voice over Wi-Fi systems now exist, but no single entity wields the full set.
Meru gets another leg up on snagging customers that want wireless VoIP, via longtime partner Avaya.
A new study from ABI Research shows enterprise use of voice over Wi-Fi (VoWi-Fi) will double by 2014, driven largely by smartphone use.
Software allows quick setup of repeatable testing schema that let techs determine the readiness of real-world IP data networks to support voice.
A one man company in Syracuse, N.Y., is compiling pricing information from all the hotspot providers in the world.
WiFi-Parts.com's customers get the benefit of Creative Wireless' years of experience as a WISP.
The first voice over Wi-Fi network for an entire town is up and running in New Mexico. Part One of our look at Rio Rancho examines the hiccups of modern Wi-Fi handsets.
Converged dialer lets UK/Euro callers find most economical connection automatically.
If you're looking for solid, no-frills RADIUS with a reasonable cost, AuthenticateMyWiFi is worthy of serious consideration