Ruckus Wireless will supply the gear for Google’s planned business Wi-Fi service. The catch is Ruckus has never sold any small business products — not until today, that is.
Two years after being promised seamless connections to public Wi-Fi networks, my iPhone made its first Hotspot 2.0 handshake. It’s a long time coming, but carriers and wireless ISPs are finally starting to deploy the technology.
As Devicescape’s customer base grows, so does its virtual Wi-Fi network as every new user begins sniffing out new open Wi-Fi access points to add to its footprint.
Spanish Wi-Fi provider has already built a 2000-hotspot network in NYC. Now its enticing businesses onto that network by promising them the ability to communicate with their customers.
The deal will merge the two largest airport Wi-Fi networks in the country, putting Boingo in 80 terminals around the world.
Hotspot 2.0 bolted from the gate more than a year ago, but since then it’s gone nowhere. Boingo is trying to break the stalemate between carriers and device makers by opening up an enormous trial.