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Chandigarh administration in India to go wireless

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In India, the administration of Chandigarh has geared up to make the entire city wireless within next one year.

It is roping in Intel to spread the Wi-Max technology throughout the country. The aim is to ensure connectivity for the masses. Speaking on the concluding day of e-Revolution 2006, Vinesh Paperwala, District Manager, Intel South-East Asia said, stated that when there is digital education, digital security, healthcare and an open interaction between the government and people, the collaborated effort can lead to increased access and usage of ICT for citizens. It also aims to provide WLAN technology and connect the entire city. All prominent locations in the city would be Wi-Fi Zones, where wireless tech would be used to provide high speed Broadband connectivity.



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