New Orleans gets Wi-Fi

New Orleans gets a city-owned, open-to-the-public Wi-Fi system that’s nominally aimed at attracting tourists, conventions and new businesses.

The city uses a mesh network of antennas mounted on existing utility poles. The signals piggyback on a fibre backbone designed to connect security video cameras installed before hurricane Katrina hit. The Wi-Fi service started last week in the central business district and will expand into tourist haunts such as the French Quarter in the weeks to come. Full Story…
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