Connect To The Future Today With Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi, or Wireless Fidelity, officially does not mean anything. The truth is that the term was actually a play on the old audio recording term "High Fidelity" or "Hi-Fi". Later on, "Wi-Fi" was coined by a consultancy Interbrand brand called Corporation. Internet access and Web in general is becoming more common every day. Wi-Fi is important because it is this technology that triggers your computer on our desk and allows us to go wireless 'mobile', whenever we are near a Wi-Fi connectivity, called "hotspot" or in an extensive network of Internet sharing known as a "hot zone." with the continued rise of WiFi in our society, the public can use any WiFi-ready portable device to access a wireless connection. According to Wikipedia, the 150 million laptops, 14 million PDAs, and other Wi-Fi devices sold each year emerging in recent years, most are already Wi-Fi ready and able.

The two largest WiFi issues: how and "Where?"?

You can usually find hotspots in airports, coffee shops and cafes, restaurants, libraries, hotels, hospitals, train stations, military bases, bookstores, gas stations, department stores, supermarkets, RV parks and campgrounds among other public places, not to mention many universities and schools. Hotspots can be free or commercial. Free Wi-Fi hotspots are most commonly created using a public network, and all they require is a Wi-Fi router. In another type of free system, a HotSpot Management System controls the HotSpot on closed public networks. This software runs on either the router or an external computer which then allows a network operator to provide users some access to the Internet, and to associate the free access to a menu or to a purchase limit. The other - and less popular --WiFi choice is a commercial hotspot. As its name implies, a commercial hotspot provides access for a fee, and can be:

* A captive portal that users are redirected to for authentication and payment

* The option of payment by credit card, PayPal, BOZII, iPass, or other payment service

* A feature of garden that allows free access to certain sites

What is the incentive to provide Wi-Fi?

The ability of local authorities, such as businesses, hotels and shopping cafes to attract new customers with a Wi-Fi is a compelling value-added services that appears to increase business. True that the site offers free WiFi pays for the installation and maintenance of the WiFi connectivity infrastructure, it is anticipated that revenue opportunities more business exposure will more than cover the long-term costs. This, in turn, resulted in places increasingly offering public Wi-Fi for its customers. These days, free and commercial hotspots are readily available and can be located through a variety of websites such as JiWire, Free-hotspot.com or FreePublicWiFiLocator.zoxic.com.

The spread of Wi-Fi worldwide and in your community represents a new age in connected communication.
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