Our mission at WiFi Wireless, Inc.
In 1862, Abraham Lincoln signed the Pacific Railway Act, authorizing the first transcontinental railroad in response to the growing need for a system of connectivity that would link the four corners of the country. The idea opened up new worlds of possibility for travel and commerce to the people of the United States.
But before the installation of a single rail, the engineers of this bold plan tackled the practical roadblocks that could bring the venture to a halt, anticipating potential problems and presenting innovative answers. Each prospective city through which the railroad would pass had a unique landscape, unique terrain, and unique barriers, requiring customized solutions. Over 150 years later, we still reap the benefits of this tailored design. Technology has changed as steam engines have given way to diesel and electric powered locomotives but the legacy of that quality engineering lives on.
In the 21st Century, there is again a call for increased connectivity. Communication and commerce now go hand in hand. Municipality-wide networks are a necessary resource for the foreword thinking communities that will lead us into the future, as our leaders again present new ideas to match the extreme speeds at which information now travels. Just as the designers of our railroads realized long ago, there is no “one size fits all” model for the engineering of a citywide network. No two cities are exactly alike. A municipality network’s success hinges on proper engineering, on customization, on a tailored approach for each prospective city through which the network will pass.
Wi-Fi Wireless, Inc. has your customized solution. We will build your network from the ground up, working with each City, Town & Village every step of the way to design a system that fits your needs.
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Keys to Sparking a Muni Wi-Fi Revival
In an interview with AGL Small Cell Link, Ted Abrams, chief technology officer for Wi-Fi Wireless (WFWL), explained how his company’s WiFi My City program will be able to deploy successful municipal Wi-Fi networks, while others have failed.
Read entire Interview at http://www.aglmediagroup.com/keys-to-sparking-a-muni-wi-fi-revival/