26 Jun Techware to extend broadband wireless network to Butler
Germantown, Wis. – Techware, a broadband wireless Internet provider, has announced that it will extend its wireless broadband network into Butler, Wis.
The company, which started the build out in Germantown, said it will begin to deliver broadband service that is capable of providing speeds up to 14 Mbps (megabits per second), plus citywide wireless technologies to consumers and business users in Butler and the surrounding area.
Working with Motorola Canopy to engineer and build wireless broadband, Techware started building out its wireless network in “broadband deprived” areas last year, using broadband point-to-point, point to multipoint, and WiMax standards.
The network in Butler will be fully operational by the beginning of July and will serve users in up to a 10 mile radius of the first wireless tower, which will be located near Silver Spring Drive.
The company has received an undisclosed amount of capital from individual investors to resume building out networks in areas not served by broadband connectivity, and network expansion will continue throughout 2007. The company intends to bring wireless broadband to communities throughout Milwaukee, Washington, Waukesha, and Ozaukee counties.
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