WiFi a critical tool in Minn. bridge disaster recovery

A partially completed metro WiFi network in the Twin Cities is playing a key role in the response to the bridge collapse in Minneapolis. The network, constructed by USI Wireless, is helping the city with disaster communications, performing critical functions such as moving large mapping files to the recovery site and supporting wireless cameras used to help with the recovery effort.

For more about the WiFi network's role in the Minneapolis bridge disaster:
- read this article from PC World

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