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A group calling itself WiMaxCoop has been founded in Nashville, Tennessee: The group’s founder aims to encourage businesses and people to come together to finance their own WiMax networks. It’s his response to the lack of total broadband coverage in Nashville. He’s also encouraging other cities to follow a similar course.
This is one way to get a network in town without involving the municipality in a way that has raised the ire of the Bells. It would be hard for the telcos to prevent a coop from building a network. [link via Open Spectrum]
Posted by nancyg at May 10, 2005 2:36 PM
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