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Nomade telecom, about information of Argent magazine, want give up the wireless Wi-Fi/ WiMax project in Montreal. Nomade telecom think, at this moment, the Wi-Fi is not a good solution for a wide coverage of Montreal and the price of a spectrum is too high. It?s sure with cell phone network and new technologies like WiMax the Wi-Fi is not a good idea for provide internet to home. But for Nomade Telecom, they want revaluate the Wi-Fi part of this project. Cleary forget this project in Montr?al.


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The future Wi-Fi network in joint venture Radioactif and Nomade Telecom would severely delayed and will not be available as planned for September. In an interview given by the president of the Nomade Telecom to the Quebec website Branchez-Vous, "Luc Picard said routers which are scheduled to arrive from Europe by one or two weeks and will take at least three weeks to be installed. Problems for installation are also reported because it is not easy to find a good roof to install the wireless equipment. According to Branchez-Vous, the first step will be limited to the main streets of the Plateau Mont-Royal (St-Denis Street). Radioactif and Nomade Telecom will focus on the rest in the city of Montreal in installing antennas on lampposts of the Montreal city. According to Luc Picard, the city of Montreal would be open to the project, but negotiations are still quite long. To recall, this network will use Wimax technology to connect WiFi routers between them and distribute them to the internet anywhere on the island of Montreal (when router are install). They make use of Wimax technology helps eliminate the cables between Wifi routers.


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