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Monday, August 15, 2005, 11:34 AM

Cities Racing to Build Wireless Networks

As with the other global cities, Indian cities are also lined up in the race for wireless networks. Here comes Mysore as first Wi-Fi enabled Indian city.

Is citywide WiFi the cure-all for struggling municipalities? asks Michael Sciannamea and adds up by saying "Most likely not, but the offer of wireless access, free or paid, will attract people to areas of commerce, and that can’t be all bad."

I do agree with you.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anmol Rastogi said...

I regularly read your article this one is great for Mysore when it will be in Bangalore????
Do have any info????

Regards,
Anmol Rastogi

1:50 PM  
Blogger Ruchit Garg said...

Anmol,

According to sources, some of the big players have already given report on WiFi(ing) Bangalore..

Hopefully we will have something by early next year.

Anyways till the time you start carrying a laptop and wanted to browse internet while you are sitting in some cafe or waiting lounge.. its of no use.

There could be great potential of WiFi network itself not restricted to providing internet services

8:12 PM  

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