Proxim successfully deployed its multi-point wireless solutions for video surveillance along the tracks of the Tenerife Tram for increased passenger safety.
Even though Sprint has yet to officially launch their 4G network in New York, there are plenty of spots in bustling metropolis where coverage is available to those with WiMax-enabled devices. But just in case you were wondering how the process of rigging the Big Apple for big reception was going, the company's execs are more than eager to give you a sneak peak of their soon-to-be live operation. They might not be the most charismatic on-screen presences, but they're certainly enthusiastic about the deployment tools of the WiMax trade proudly perched atop the rooftops of Gotham. If you've ever found yourself curious about the makeup of a cell site, click on the video below for a first-hand look.
Or If you just want to see what video looks like on Sprint's new 4G Network (as viewed through the lens of a HTC Evo)…Hey look, a dog playing with a sprinkler!
InfoSyncWorld released a video showcasing the Samsung Epic 4G phone. It’s the second WiMAX-enabled phone for Sprint’s 4G network. There’s no release date on the phone, but it looks great and works similar to the HTC EVO 4G. Its release date is unknown. We do know it’s the first 4G phone with a full QWERTY keyboard. It also functions as a mobile hotspot, much like the EVO 4G phone.… Read the rest
Cablevision is revamping its advertising attacks on Verizon and AT&T in the New York City metro area. It’s to showcase how much better the Cablevision WiFi network is against the 3G networks of both Verizon and AT&T.
The cable operator is running new ads that compare the telecos sluggish 3G networks with its Wi-Fi networks that are free to its customers across a significant portion of their footprint. The company touts Wi-Fi as being twice as fast as the 3G networks. 3 million Cablevision customers are accessing the Wi-Fi network per month.
Cablevision said its customers are accessing the operator’s Wi-Fi network more than 3 million times a month via tens of thousands of installed hotspots around the metro area.Below is one of the advertisements.… Read the rest
After a long trip from NewYork to Florida, and a boring flight, finally we were there.
A shiny day in Fort Laderdale we met Kelvin Lee of Greenpacket. Hope you enjoy the interview.… Read the rest