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Norwich turns on UK’s largest wi-fi network

The people of Norwich should by now be enjoying the pleasures of free wi-fi today thanks to a project backed by Norfolk County Council and the East of England Development Agency.

The project, costing £1.1 mn., covers 30 square kilometres embracing most of Norwich city centre, outlying business parks, the hospital and the University of East Anglia.

It is anticipated that the service will be extended to a further 20 rural areas in Norfolk later this year.

For full details, read the original article in full in The Register.

2 Responses to Norwich turns on UK’s largest wi-fi network

  1. sean August 16, 2006 at 4:47 pm #

    lloyd was wondereing what sort of routing protocols they’re using

  2. Steve Woods August 16, 2006 at 5:36 pm #

    Sean – I’m sure he has his methods of finding out. It’s not generally the kind of information that gets included in press releases!