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Wisconsin cities make progress on wireless Internet coverage

Madison, Wis. - Wisconsin's two largest cities are moving closer to providing wireless Internet access throughout their geographic limits, and several others continue to build their own wireless networks.

In addition to localized wireless "hot-spots" offered in public facilities, hotels, cafes, and shops, cities like Madison, Milwaukee, Waukesha, and Shawano continue to make stride......

Full article >>> compiling feedback from users to install additional access points to overcome interference from city topography, said Mad City spokeswoman Eve Galanter. She also said that 2007 would be the earliest that wireless Internet service would be brought to other areas of Madison.

"Over the last several months, we estimate that over 4,000 Madisonians have used our service at least once," Galante......

Full article >>> r> Milwaukee will receive other benefits such as free accounts, money in a digital-divide fund, job training, and a "walled garden" of 60 free social service Websites oriented primarily toward low-income users.

General Mitchell International Airport offers a paid wireless service through Sprint, said airport information officer Pat R......

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Some smaller communities are getting into Wi-Fi independent of county efforts. Since April 1, Shawano residents have had access to a pubic Wi-Fi network with a single ISP, Granite Wireless.

Andy Onesti, Shawano's municipal utilities general manager, said that end-user equipment has been the biggest challenge. When the system became operational, users received a great signal but ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Fleissner 06/21/06


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