Re: [WISPA] [Fwd: WISP 60 Second Newsletter]

2007-01-10 Thread Dylan Oliver

I feel violated. Sponsored emails *to the list* are good; emails sent
directly to me are not.

On 1/10/07, Peter R. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


Is this a WISPA sponsored publication? Or just someone who snagged my
email off the list?



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Re: [WISPA] [Fwd: WISP 60 Second Newsletter]

2007-01-10 Thread Dawn DiPietro

I am not sure but Ken and I just got the same thing.


Peter R. wrote:

Is this a WISPA sponsored publication? Or just someone who snagged my 
email off the list?


 Original Message 
Subject: WISP 60 Second Newsletter
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 11:33:18 -0800
From: Rick Ricker [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: Peter [EMAIL PROTECTED]



http://www.1esc.com/library/Content/WISPS/index.htm
ISSUE: XIX, Vol 1

January 2007 
*WISP-ER 60 Second Update


*Designed to update you on the latest Wireless ISP information, 
conferences, happenings, and make you aware of special offers and 
provide valuable information.


Share and Enjoy...

Rick Ricker
[EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

***Wi-Fi Alliance® to Ease Setup of Home Wi-Fi Networks with New 
Industry-wide Program*


LAS VEGAS, Nevada - The Wi-Fi Alliance has certified the first 
products implementing its new simplified method for configuring 
security-enabled networks in the digital home. The new optional 
certification, called Wi-Fi Protected Setup, is based on a 
specification developed by Wi-Fi Alliance member companies to provide 
an industry-standard approach to ease setup of Wi-Fi networks and 
encourage consumers to always enable security features.


For more details click here 
http://www.wi-fi.org/news/010807-wifi-protected-setup/en/


*Finally, Wireless Data Adoption Accelerates - 75% of US Businesses 
Have at Least One Data Application*


1/8/07 - Organizations, primarily large ones, focus on more 
sophisticated and valuable applications of wireless data networks, 
reports In-Stat. In addition, the number of users in 2006 having at 
least one wireless data application in the field has increased 
significantly, the high-tech market research firm says. Most 
organizations start with basic applications, such as wireless email 
and virtual private networks (VPNs), but the larger and more 
experienced organizations have plans for more sophisticated solutions. 
Recent research by In-Stat finds the following:


  1. The use of wireless data applications continues to grow across
 multiple applications and all vertical market segments. More than
 75% of organizations use at least one application.
  2. While notebook computers will be an option, smartphones are in a
 position to play an increasingly important role.
  3. In spite of the great benefits, significant costs, and risks, many
 companies leave implementation decisions to individuals

.For more details click here 
http://www.cyrencall.com//index.php?option=com_contenttask=viewid=17Itemid=62 



*New Mobile WiMAX Broadcast TV Service Debuts at CES in Las Vegas*

1/9/06 - MobiTV, Inc. announced it will be demonstrating the first 
seamlessly unified multicast and unicast television solution for 
Mobile WiMAX. In addition, MobiTV will be demonstrating the 
integration of critical security and content protection layers through 
a partnership with NDS, the leading provider of technology solutions 
for digital pay-TV.


The leaders in Mobile WiMAX infrastructure, data security and content 
delivery have banded together to present the future of cross platform 
entertainment, said Dr. Phillip Alvelda, CEO, chairman and 
co-founder, MobiTV. This system proves how Mobile WiMAX service 
providers can bring truly interactive television to their subscribers 
in a personalized, secure and scalable manner today. This live Mobile 
WiMAX television demonstration is a huge step for the industry and the 
WiMAX standard.

*
*For more details click here 
http://www.80216news.com/pubs/2007/01/09/page1299-405800.asp


*Executive Summary: Fixed Wireless Carriers Report*

A new study from the New Paradigm Resources Group explains how fixed 
wireless ISPs are ready to embrace new opportunities.


by New Paradigm Resources Group [January 9, 2007]

Fixed wireless telecommunications is the transmission of voice, video, 
or data wirelessly to and from fixed locations. This differentiates it 
from portable (or nomadic) and mobile wireless telecommunications. 
Portable wireless allows users to send and receive voice, video, or 
data from various locations (as Wi-Fi users do when connecting to the 
Internet from an airport or a coffee shop). Mobile wireless allows 
users to communicate while moving (as cellular phones and onboard 
vehicle navigation systems do).


The fixed wireless carriers rely on licensed microwave or millimeter 
wave spectrum in the frequencies above 10 GHz. Although fixed wireless 
service can and is being provided in unlicensed and/or sub-10 GHz 
spectrum, the strongest business model for fixed wireless carriers is 
in the licensed spectrum above 10 GHz; accordingly, that is the focus 
of the Fixed Wireless Carriers Report^(TM).


For more details click here 
http://www.isp-planet.com/fixed_wireless/research/2007/nprg_wireless_summary.html 




*   IN THIS ISSUE*


. Wi-Fi Home Setup #1
. Wireless Data Adoption #2
. WiMax vs. 3G #3
. Market 50 mill by 2010 #4


Re: [WISPA] [Fwd: WISP 60 Second Newsletter]

2007-01-10 Thread Jeremy Davis

Peter R. wrote:
Is this a WISPA sponsored publication? Or just someone who snagged my 
email off the list?

I am getting it as well.

Jeremy

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Re: [WISPA] [Fwd: WISP 60 Second Newsletter]

2007-01-10 Thread Butch Evans

On Wed, 10 Jan 2007, Peter R. wrote:

Is this a WISPA sponsored publication? Or just someone who snagged 
my email off the list?


If we all send 100 unsubscribe requests, then perhaps he will stop 
doing this.  I've sent unsubscribe requests in the past, which were 
ignored, as I got this one, too.  SIGH.


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RE: [WISPA] [Fwd: WISP 60 Second Newsletter]

2007-01-10 Thread Rick Smith
me 2.  And it's all stuff we've discussed already.

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Jeremy Davis
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2007 2:53 PM
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; WISPA General List
Subject: Re: [WISPA] [Fwd: WISP 60 Second Newsletter]

Peter R. wrote:
 Is this a WISPA sponsored publication? Or just someone who snagged my 
 email off the list?
I am getting it as well.

Jeremy

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RE: [WISPA] [Fwd: WISP 60 Second Newsletter]

2007-01-10 Thread Jeff Broadwick
I got it too...on a list only email addy...not only is he spamming, but he's
not even targeting.

 

-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On
Behalf Of Butch Evans
Sent: Wednesday, January 10, 2007 3:07 PM
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Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: [WISPA] [Fwd: WISP 60 Second Newsletter]

On Wed, 10 Jan 2007, Peter R. wrote:

Is this a WISPA sponsored publication? Or just someone who snagged my 
email off the list?

If we all send 100 unsubscribe requests, then perhaps he will stop doing
this.  I've sent unsubscribe requests in the past, which were ignored, as I
got this one, too.  SIGH.

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Network Engineering and Security Consulting
573-276-2879
http://www.butchevans.com/
My calendar: http://tinyurl.com/y24ad6
Training Partners: http://tinyurl.com/smfkf Mikrotik Certified Consultant
http://www.mikrotik.com/consultants.html
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