Monday, 10 May 2010

Jason's Research

Jason Hollis I've not had a chance to read it. I might leave it until tomorrow as it is very text heavy.

Underground High-Speed Internet: Testing WiMAX in Seoul Subways -
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April 15 at 11:14pm

Jason Hollis found out it's done in London to airports. so the London underground is the only option. Also both this and virgin use T mobile but complex wifi systems that not everything works with. Too late to change idea? lol

April 15 at 11:23pm

Jason Hollis I think how I said it would work it right just got no idea on costing yet. I dunno if to email the E&E lady asking her what she thinks we should do.

Heathrow Express goes online - Mobile Computer Mag
With more than 10,000 public Wi-Fi hotspots located around the UK, the chances are you will always be reasonably close to a location offering

April 15 at 11:38pm

Jason Hollis some thing about "parent company couldn't fund the £1.4 billion that National Express has pledged to pay the government under the new franchise"I dont know if that would be start up costs.
Free on-train Wi-Fi for everyone News TechRadar UK
Free on-train Wi-Fi for everyone National Express pledges free Wi-Fi for East Coast line : TechRadar UK

Jason Hollis Branson sold his Virgin Mobile company to UK cable TV, broadband, and telephone company NTL/NTL:Telewest for almost £1 billion. As part of the sale, the company pays a minimum of £8.5 million per year to use theVirgin name and Branson became the company's largest shareholder. Still tyring to get ideas how much it woul...d cost. A million to much of a ruff guess? lolSee More
April 15 at 11:52pm

Jason Hollis BT (does wifi and works close with t mobile) or Virgin media (Also mobile) for the companines to do out work for us.
April 15 at 11:57pm ·

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BT opens wallet to send fibre to the home • The Register
BT will spend some £1.5bn on fibre optic cables to bring decent broadband to British homes and offices, provided Ofcom acts to protect its juicy margins.

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Might help with costing.
April 15 at 11:59pm · Report

Jason Hollis Think I found the costing but also how much they will make. but remember this is advnaced tech which we dont want to do as new phones are required. 'It has been forecast that WiMAX operators will be collecting revenues of$8bn per year from 31.4 million subscribers in the Asia-Pacific region by 2012 and that spending o...n WiMAX networks will approach $2.9bn in fiveyears'started in 2007: so divide 1.8 billion (UK) by 8 = (225 million) and we might have a costing and i think that is tech alone. More

KT Corporation WiBro Network, Seoul - Mobile/Cellular Technology
News and project information on the KT Corporation WiBro Network, Seoul

April 16 at 12:14am

Jason Hollis finally a UK price so it will be this we can base the cost on. cost: £346,000 so say more for underground and £200,000 a year running costs.M...eans we can move forward on branding and marketing.See More

Wi-fi access on Norwich to London trains - Norfolk News - EDP24
Rail passengers travelling between Norwich and London will at last have access to Wi-Fi connections on their trains after a £546,000 deal was struck to provide it.

April 16 at 12:54am

April 15 at 11:44pm

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