Editor's Corner


Last week the Wireless Broadband Innovation Awards dinner took place in London and I had the honor of participating as a judge, though regrettably couldn't be there in person. The 2006 WBI award winners are:

  • BT Openzone, U.K.--Best Service Provider
  • Boingo Wireless--Best Aggregator/Wholesale Provider
  • Symbol Technologies MSP--Innovation in Wireless Security Management
  • McDonalds public Wi-Fi by Wayport--Best Enterprise Deployment (Commercial)
  • The Royal Hospitals, Belfast, U.K.--Best Enterprise Deployment (Public Sector)
  • Scottsburg, U.S.--Best Muni-WiFi Deployment
  • Appear IQ and The Cisco 2700 Location Appliance--Best Enterprise WiFi Product
  • Free-hotspot.com--Best Public WiFi Product
  • Tropos MetroMesh Architecture--Best WiMAX / Wireless Broadband Product
  • Ruckus Wireless--Best Consumer Wireless Product or Service
  • CiceroPhone - wVoIP for Mobile Phones--Best VoIP Product
  • Wavesat--Most Innovative Wireless Broadband Company
  • Selina Lo, Ruckus Wireless--Wireless Individual Achievement

- Brian Dolan

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