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Broadband wireless ISP NextWeb launched services in Las Vegas: The network is available to 35,000 companies in the city. This is NextWeb’s first foray outside of California, where it serves customers in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and a bunch of towns in between.
Last week Towerstream announced its entrance into the very crowded San Francisco market. It seems a curious market for Towerstream to chase given that San Francisco is notorious for its many broadband wireless service providers. A NextWeb spokesman confirmed recently that Towerstream has not joined the Broadband Access Network Coordination group, an organization started by NextWeb and others so that the operators could work together to minimize interference with each other.
Posted by nancyg at May 11, 2005 3:24 PM
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