|Subject:||Re: UKNM: ADSL and alternative technologies|
|Date:||Fri, 26 Nov 1999 16:55:12 GMT|
On the subject of alternative access technology does anyone use/know much
we use it for a laptop LAN and it's great. We're thinking of using it in our
office and I kno wsomeone who uses it to feed straight form a local ISP -
approx 0.75km line of sight and it works well. Pavilio here in Brighton i
said to be looking at local feedand already feeds the Media Centre - home to
new media businesses
the airport stuff with the new macs is sure to boost it's use but it seems
slow to take off. Price is a problem -- we paid ?1600 for a base unit and
?400 per pcmcia card. The airport is cheaper, and cleverer (we need to use a
server whilst the airport appears to offer shared modem use for up to ten
machines through one line. Not much fun but cheap n cheerful and easy.
And are all radio modems compatible?
>While the ADSL debate is heating up, I thought it'd be worth throwing in
>something else. Has anyone seen or heard about a venture called
>acting as a satellite ISP and claiming speeds of 50Mbps? The web site
>is poor and responses to inquiries have been elusive, but if the product
>meets the hype and exceeds the web site it could change the competitive
>landscape. It is aimed at the consumer, SOHO and corporations.
>Roland Perry | Airtight
>Pacific House | 40-42 Scrutton Street | London EC2A 4QL
>T 0171 377 6711 | F 0171 377 6712 | M 07974 565 970
>E rolandair-tight [dot] com | www.air-tight.com
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Re: UKNM: ADSL and alternative technolog, Jonathan Lumb