Louisiana’s First Rural City-Wide Wi-Fi Network, Blankets Ruston and Grambling, Louisiana with High-Speed Wireless Internet Services
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RUSTON and GRAMBLING, La., May 19 /PRNewswire/ — Heralding in a new era
in multi-city Wi-Fi Internet access, Ruston and Grambling Louisiana, announced
the operations of the nation’s first rural multi-city Wi-Fi broadband network.
Other cities have announced intent to build similar networks or have announced
partial deployments; in contrast, Ruston and Grambling implementation, by
Invisi-Wire Broadband Networks, is the first full and complete rural
multi-city Wi-Fi deployment in the country.

Grambling Mayor Martha Andrus said, “The multi-city Wi-Fi services
provided by Invisi-Wire Broadband Networks will enhance the quality of life
for residents, students and tourists and enabe the cities to provide new
services that will spur economic development.”


Deployed and managed by Invisi-Wire Broadband Networks, a provider of
wireless broadband access solutions to rural communities as well as university
campuses. The Invisi-Wire system uses a robust multi-radio, multi-frequency,
and multi-channel transceivers strategically located to blanket its sixty
square miles. Wi-Fi is a technology that gives users the freedom to receive
and transmit data over the Internet at high speeds from anywhere within the
broadcast signal range. Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) service will also
available on the new network.

The rural multi-city WiFi service, which will begin commercial operation
in June of 2005, represents a technology first for Invisi-Wire Broadband
Network. Invisi-Wire Broadband Networks also is developing many other City-
wide Wi-Fi Broadband Networks as well as university deployments. “The cities
of Ruston and Grambling demonstrate how the public and private sectors can
work together to provide entire rural communities more affordable, easy-to-
access internet service,” said Invisi-Wire’s Broadband Network President
Matthew Jones.

“This Wireless broadband service will have a dramatic impact on the way
people work, play and communicate around town. Its benefits are many, as it
enables new public safety services, attracts businesses, boosts tourism, and
supports education,” stated Louisiana State representative Richard “Rick”
Gallot Jr.

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