New Yorkers living in downtown Manhattan no longer need to take their laptop computers to Starbucks when they are looking for easy Internet access outside their apartment. Thanks to the Israeli company InspiAir, they can enjoy the pleasures of nature alongside some of the city’s most popular piers at Hudson River Park and work on their summer tans, while they check their email and surf the Web.
InspiAir, an Israeli high tech company that provides outdoor wireless Internet, as well as voice over IP and video over IP, recently installed a wireless Internet system in the park that allows free public access without any additional software. The coverage spans from Clarkson Street to Horatio Street in Greenwich Village, the fourth of Hudson River Park’s seven segments.
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