GLN invites applications for Super Wi-Fi pilot project in US

Tuesday 9 July 2013 | 08:55 CET | News
Gigabit Libraries Network (GLN) is inviting libraries and their communities in the US to participate in a national pilot programme to explore uses for unlicensed spectrum called Super Wi-Fi or White Space to support remote library Wi-Fi hotspots. The capacities of White Space or 'Super Wi-Fi' technologies to deliver wireless connectivity through barriers such as trees, hills and buildings, combined with the internet will allow libraries to provide broadband access at remote and mobile library sites. The RuralConnect product will also allow libraries to create an in-house network. Each

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Internet2 / Microsoft
Countries: United States
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