Our Southern Alberta Nerds have been working on a project with Alberta SouthWest. We are now in the process of adding 16 more Meraki radios for new area deployments in South West Alberta.
WiFi in a municipality opens the doors to many possibilities, especially if you wish to revitalize your downtown or a section of your city and make it more inviting to would-be visitors or residents.
We just uploaded new photos to the Facebook fan page about our FREE Public WiFi Project with Alberta SouthWest. You can see the map below, which shows the region and how many towns are involved (Current and not installed). You an also see the Splash Page that Chris Rose (a Nerd in St. Johns, Newfoundland) created.
We are thrilled to be working with the folks over at London LAWN to bring free WiFi to downtown London, Ontario. Local businesses are working together to make downtown London a WiFi enabled area, and here is an article from their perspective.
Chester’s hockey rink (and Curling Club), which is located in Chester, Nova Scotia, now has free WiFi internet access as part of an advertising deal for a 3 year term.
Today, the Lethbridge Downtown BRZ organization authorized Nerds On Site to add additional wireless access points to the Galt Gardens to cover the park with free wifi for the public
Nerds On Site spend the weekend (July 8-10) the Vancouver Island MusicFest! We sponsored the event and provided FREE wireless internet to those in attendance! We had over 565 devices connected overall, transferring over 40 GB during the first two days.
The Nerds of Lethbridge gathered today to join the City of Lethbridge, Downtown Lethbridge BRZ and Heart of Our City to launch the new Downtown Lethbridge free wireless network. This network was built and is maintained by Nerds On Site.
“After having a meeting with the Choctaw Indians of Mississippi, discussing wireless internet access solutions, they agreed to my proposal of 45 units, 45 five year licenses, and 45 Power over Ethernet (POE) connections. They agreed to the proposal!