Report: City-run Wi-Fi plans could have 'grave flaws'

Computerworld |  Mobile & Wireless

A new report claims that municipal Wi-Fi network plans, while well intentioned, could end up wasting taxpayer dollars and running outdated and inadequate equipment. The report was put out by New Millennium Research Council, whose parent company is consultancy with clients including Verizon and SBC - potential competitors of those public Wi-Fi networks.

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