Meraki unwires affordable housing in San Francisco

Meraki, whose mission is to bring affordable Internet to the masses using off-the-shelf WiFi equipment and grassroots volunteerism, announced it will bring WiFi to affordable housing in San Francisco. The company has already  established free wireless access in Altamont Hotel and Dunleavy Plaza, two of the city's affordable housing communities that provide single occupancy and family housing to more than 100 tenants. During the coming months, Meraki will extend Free the Net to dozens of similar communities in San Francisco. Article

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