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Craig Liddell

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Hotspot Hot Air?

Hotspot provider says WiFi will change workplace culture but...

Bedroom ISP Provides Bush Broadband

Planet Netcom, which began from humble beginnings...

Waikato Wireless

Frustrated by poor Internet access in regional areas, a...

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PROBE Extends NZ Wireless Broadband

In the past six months, New Zealand (NZ) based wireless developer, Walker Wireless, has secured three tenders as part of a nationwide rollout of wireless broadband. The company was selected...

WiFires Gas Deployment

Local system integrator, Accucom, recently installed a Cisco wireless network for industrial gas supplier, Linde Gas. They claim WiFi was 50 percent cheaper than fibre. The international...

Wi-Fi Bridges Indonesia’s Digital Divide

Spread across the world's largest archipelago of thousands of islands between Asia and Australia, Indonesia is highly diverse in its ethnicity with more than 300 local languages. Ravaged by years of war and turmoil, the...

Hotspot Venue Negotiation

A wireless hotspot provider comes knocking. But what's in the deal for the venue? You've been a successful restaurant owner for a decade. You have neither knowledge nor interest in information technology. You may not...

Bedroom ISP Provides Bush Broadband

Planet Netcom, which began from humble beginnings in the bedroom of a university student, has become a key provider of Internet services in regional New South Wales (NSW). One of...

Wireless Without Licence

Australia's Wireless hotspot providers won't be required to obtain a carrier's licence to operate. Companies such as SkyNetGlobal, Xone and Azure Wireless are breathing a collective sigh of relief...

Hotspot Hot Air?

Hotspot provider says WiFi will change workplace culture but others are not convinced. Fancy taking business to a cafi, sipping a latte while clinching a major business deal? According to new hotspot provider, Xone, wireless makes...

Outdated Phone Systems Go The Wireless Way

Wireless VoIP is replacing outdated phone systems that have given up the ghost. Several companies across Australia are moving to wireless Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) as existing phone systems become redundant. In Victoria, the...

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