Monthly Archives: June 2014

26 Jun

Ruckus hits the SPoT with the industry’s 1st cloud-sased smart positioning Wi-fi LBS">Ruckus hits the SPoT with the industry’s 1st cloud-sased smart positioning Wi-fi LBS

By WiFiNovation Ruckus Wireless, has unveiled the Ruckus Smart Positioning Technology (SPoT) service, the industry’s first cloud-based Smart positioning location-based service (LBS) that gives carriers/service providers and enterprises the ability to deliver a wide-range of value added services over Ruckus Smart Wi-finetworks to help increase their profitability while enhancing their users’ online experience....
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26 Jun

Announcing inSSIDer Wi-Fi Helper!">Announcing inSSIDer Wi-Fi Helper!

By WiFiNovation When your sister and brother-in-law move into a new house, who do they call for help with setting up a wireless router? When your buddy has streaming issues over Wi-Fi, who’s the one that gets a text pleading for help? More than likely that someone is you! Keep reading if you...
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25 Jun

Google will lease its balloon-based wireless network to telcos">Google will lease its balloon-based wireless network to telcos

By WiFiNovation Google’s “Captain of Moonshots,” Astro Teller, yesterday described how the company dropped a plan to purchase spectrum for its balloon-based wireless network, replacing it with a plan to lease the network to telcos in various countries. The goal of Project Loon is “covering the world with balloons that are like floating...
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23 Jun

Carriers rapidly adopting Wi-Fi, Hotspot 2.0 technologies, finds survey">Carriers rapidly adopting Wi-Fi, Hotspot 2.0 technologies, finds survey

By WiFiNovation Infonetics Research recently released its 2014 Carrier WiFi Strategies and Vendor Leadership: Global Service Provider Survey, which explores the drivers, strategies, models, and technology choices that are shaping service provider WiFi deployments. The market research firm finds thatCarrier WiFi deployments are evolving to deliver the same quality of experience as mobile...
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23 Jun

Amtrak wants to upgrade Wi-Fi on its Boston-to-D.C. route">Amtrak wants to upgrade Wi-Fi on its Boston-to-D.C. route

By WiFiNovation Wireless Internet access on Amtrak trains might be getting a lot faster soon. Amtrak said in a press release that it’s exploring options to upgrade its on-board Wi-Fi service along its Northeast Corridor, with a particular interest in constructing a dedicated, wireless trackside network that provides a high-capacity, broadband-speed Internet connection...
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