This is the third year its founders have decided to trial-by-fire the system by offering free cell phone service to the 50,000-ish attendees at Burning Man, which [began Monday] in Black Rock City, Nevada. I've posted a few photos of the set-up here. But the project is still new and mostly unheard-of. The second-generation hardware is in beta and the project's commercial start-up, Range Networks, won't emerge from stealth mode until September (at the DEMO conference).Read the full story at Network World.
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