A new community in Missouri has been built using Proxim Wireless technology to provide the entire town the capability of broadband access, wireless VoIP, and video surveillance. The community, New Town at St. Charles, utilizes Proxim’s wireless backhaul, WiMAX and Wi-Fi technologies for an end-to-end wireless network designed to save the town up to $4,000 per month in leased line costs.

To provide New Town at St. Charles with broadband capable of city-wide connectivity, VoIP services and video surveillance, Whittaker Homes and city planners brought in TSI Integrated Technologies, a St. Charles-based engineering, integration and consulting firm. TSI-IT designed and deployed a complete end-to-end wireless network utilizing Proxim’s GigaLink radios for wireless backhaul, Tsunami MP.11 5054 radios for point-to-multipoint links throughout the town, and ORiNOCO AP-4000 radios to provide Wi-Fi connectivity.

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The Cable Center revealed a five-year business plan Tuesday that it hopes will honor the organization’s role as the industry’s recordkeeper while allowing it to look to the future. An expansion of the

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