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Front Page Public Relations Wins WebNet CWN's Metro Wi-Fi PR Account

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Old August 29th 06, 08:18 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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Front Page Public Relations announced that WebNet Converged Wireless
Network Ltd. (WebNet CWN), a leading Metro Wi-Fi Internet access
network developer, has selected the firm as its public relations agency
of record.
Front Page PR will be responsible for developing and implementing a
multi-tiered public relations campaign designed to build brand
awareness for WebNet's converged wireless network solution across a
broad range of industries including municipalities, utilities, real
estate management companies, property management companies, residential
home builders, healthcare facilities and large corporate travel venues
such as airports, hotels and convention centers.

WebNet CWN will become the first nationwide Wi-Fi carrier in Canada and
the United States. Based on extensive research studies called 'Dark
Zone' reports, WebNet CWN has plans to launch mesh networks in 25
Canadian markets and another 100 territories in the United States.
WebNet CWN's near-line-of-sight (NLOS), dynamic broadband wireless
mesh networks will allow for the distribution of metro scale Wi-Fi
Internet access services, such as Wi-Fi mobile phones, that will link
entire cities, districts and regions together with WiMAX / Wi-Fi

WebNet CWN's wireless mesh network gives consumers and small
businesses the advantage of reliable, low-cost, metro scale high-speed
broadband Internet service, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone
services and Video Verified Security services. For VoIP news and
updates you can logon to www.knowingabout.com/voip and get latest news.

WebNet CWN, through its subsidiary StarMesh Technologies, LLC, has
partnered with Hopling Technologies B.V to provide the mesh network
architecture that is the key to delivering high-speed, very scaleable,
secure metro-scale wireless networks, which were previously difficult
or impossible to deploy. Due to its flexibility to work with a wide
variety of radio wave frequencies, including 2.4GHz, 2.6GHz, 3.5GHz,
4.9GHz and 5GHz bands, the Hopling equipment has been successfully
deployed to more than 900 clients globally.

"WebNet CWN delivers high quality, innovative converged wireless
products and services at cost effective pricing, while taking customers
beyond the current physical boundaries of their existing wired
infrastructure. WebNet CWN will concentrate its effort on marketing
wireless coverage to areas where wired broadband services are limited
(unserved or underserved), or do not exist," said Gregory C.
Carrington, WebNet CWN's President and CEO. "We will be able to
launch numerous new markets quickly and cost-effectively by utilizing
Hopling Technologies' wireless mesh routing architecture, which
provides significant capital expenditure advantages over wired
broadband deployments such as cable or DSL."

"As WebNet CWN prepares for significant growth in the municipal Wi-Fi
networks and the Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISPs)
marketplace, we were looking for an agency with extensive knowledge and
expertise in rolling out broadband wireless products and services,"
said William Legg, WebNet CWN's Chief Marketing Officer. "Front
Page PR has demonstrated success with numerous companies in the
broadband wireless industry and we feel that they were the best suited
PR firm to represent our Company's national rollout across North

"WebNet CWN is a highly innovative company, whose wireless mesh
network technology and sophisticated revenue sharing model excels above
that of any other wireless network developer on the market," said
Robert Hoskins, President of Front Page PR. "We believe the Company
is well prepared to compete head-to-head with other wireless operators
such as Clearwire and MobilePro as well as other mesh network equipment
vendors such as Alvarion, BelAir, Motorola, SkyPilot, Strix Systems and
Tropos through their relationship with StarMesh Technologies. We are
very pleased to get the opportunity to represent WebNet CWN and
strongly believe that our publicity track record will significantly
enhance their sales effort."

For Further : http://www.knowingabout.com/wimax

Old August 29th 06, 08:32 AM posted to uk.telecom.broadband
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On 29 Aug 2006 00:18:21 -0700, "Knowing About"

Spam creates *bad* public relations.
Dave Fawthrop dave hyphenologist co uk Google Groups is IME the *worst*
method of accessing usenet. GG subscribers would be well advised get a
newsreader, say Agent, and a newsserver, say news.individual.net. These
will allow them: to see only *new* posts, a killfile, and other goodies.

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