18 January 2003


In London this weekend (UCL) I met with a number of people from the StockholmOpen.net group. This is driven by KTH (The Technical University in Stockholm). The idea is to have a Wi-Fi network shared by multiple operators and to enable end users to choose which operator they wish to use. In Stockholm some WISP (Wireless ISPs) and the uiniversity share the access network so students and anyone else can get wireless access to the Internet in the parts of the city where they have coverage. They compare themselves technically to NoCat and NetLogOn, and their software is open source and avialable for download on their website.

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