September 29, 2005 - One of the highlights of the inaugural Muniwireless Conference, held in San Francisco September 28-29, was the release of what was described as the first comprehensive statistical analysis on the municipal wireless market.
September 27, 2005 - Two of Canada's leading communication companies, Rogers Communications and Bell Canada, have announced an agreement to jointly build and manage a Canada-wide wireless broadband network that is expected to reach more than two-thirds of all Canadians in less than three years.
September 22, 2005 - Last week (Sept. 15), the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee released a bipartisan "staff discussion draft" of legislation that proposes to rework laws governing U.S. telecommunications to accelerate the deployment of broadband Internet services.
September 20, 2005 - Corpus Christi, Texas, sees Wi-Fi not only as the technology to improve its own government operations, but also as a means for businesses and citizens to connect in new and innovative ways.
September 13, 2005 - Taipei is well on its way to installing what some experts have called the world's largest Wi-Fi grid with more that 10,000 access points that will blanket the city's 272 square kilometers.
September 01, 2005 - In recent weeks, Intel Corporation has started to publicly unveil the extent of its new global initiative designed to help communities use wireless technology and innovative applications to expand and improve municipal government services for businesses and citizens.