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re: Telecom operators successfully complete next generation Wi-Fi hotspot trials
chanj0   2/28/2012 9:42:51 PM
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I suppose NGH will be used for commercial purpose, collaborating with cellular technology to improve coverage. There will still be individual WiFi AP/ Router being used by various parties. For example, an independent coffee shop deployed Hotspot for their customers. I hope the flooding of NGH will not affect the service quality offered by the independent coffee shop.

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re: Telecom operators successfully complete next generation Wi-Fi hotspot trials
LarryM99   2/27/2012 6:29:12 PM
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This is nice as long as the carriers don't flood the ISM bands with closed Wifi networks. I would be willing to bet that this is going to become an issue in urban environments fairly soon. Free Wifi is a serious competitor to them in the growing data communications market segment. Larry M.

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re: Telecom operators successfully complete next generation Wi-Fi hotspot trials
Dave.Dykstra   2/27/2012 6:05:04 AM
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It will be very interesting watching the transition to NGH. I applaud these efforts and hope they are very successful. The current Wi-Fi experience is good but definitely needs improvement, especially in the areas of accessibility/login and security.



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