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Could WiFi Make 3G Deployment Moot?

Technology Review, a magazine produced by MIT, is running an article on its Web Site about public access deployments of 802.11b Wireless Ethernet Services. These so-called WiFi networks include those created by installing Apple AirPort and Agere Orinoco Wireless Access Points.

We really like this technology and hope it succeeds. We are going to attempt to deploy a private WiFi network at our new office in Central New Jersey within the next month. It will be very interesting to see how carriers deploy WiFi in public, despite the fact that it was not designed to be a component of public networks.

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