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tropos

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Unbreakable: Mesh networks are in your smartphone's future

Two entrepreneurs think it's time for smartphones to start cooperating with each other by sharing network connections.

By July 13, 2012

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Next on Roundtable: Unjammable networks and aerial drones

Don't miss Wired editor Chris Anderson, geek-thriller author Daniel Suarez, and experts in emerging mesh technologies on these upcoming shows.

By July 11, 2012

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Tropos provides wireless communication for jet-powered race car

Tropos provides Wi-Fi-based wireless communication for the North American Eagle jet-powered car that's designed to break the land speed record and achieve land supersonic speed.

By July 7, 2009

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Tropos joins 802.11n outdoor mesh router club

Tropos joins the group of companies that offer Wireless-N outdoor mesh networks, with three new routers.

By April 7, 2009

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Meraki announces Cash for Wireless LAN Clunkers program

Meraki announces a program that offers $150 credit toward a new purchase of its wireless-N access point for each legacy wireless access point made by its competitors.

By September 9, 2009

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Ruckus brings Wireless-N outdoor the smart way

Ruckus Wireless unveils first outdoor Wi-Fi system with dynamic beam forming.

By July 20, 2009

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Meraki teams with San Francisco for free Wi-Fi

Free Wi-Fi project in the city hits a major milestone, as the company announces plans to target low-income housing projects.

By September 16, 2008

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Was EarthLink's failed citywide Wi-Fi a blessing in disguise?

Wireless Philadelphia, the nonprofit charged with providing broadband bundles to low-income families in Philadelphia, may be better off in the long run without EarthLink.

By September 5, 2008

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Meraki is offering free Wi-Fi to San Francisco. Why?

Mesh Wi-Fi company has a simple proposition: It sells cheap Wi-Fi hardware.

By May 15, 2008

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3Com's new chief to be based in China

Network equipment maker CEO Bob Mao, who speaks fluent English and Mandarin, will be based in China, signifying the company's commitment to the Chinese market.

By April 30, 2008