San Fran Mayor says citywide WiFi will be a reality

San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom says that citywide WiFi will be a reality and that 144,000 residents will be surfing the Web for free by the end of the year at no cost to the city. Meraki is building the network, donating the service and using San Francisco as a testbed for its products. The company expects it will take 15,000 devices to blanket the city with coverage. Article

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