Wireless Week – Broadband has penetrated to most of the Western world - but for those few spots that aren't technically or economically viable for high-speed wired connectivity, a wireless solution is emerging. Small companies are beginning to work in conjunction with ISPs to deliver fast Internet connections to homes and businesses that can't buy DSL or cable. Find out if this is a market segment that will grow in the long term - and if such a solution could answer your connectivity prayers.
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