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Wildnet

(WI-Fi over Long Distance NETwork) Transmitting Wi-Fi signals over the air using microwave transceivers. Designed to bring Internet access to developing nations, Wildnet was created by professor Eric Brewer at University of California Berkeley. It uses Linux-based routers that can run from solar power and transmit 5 Mbps up to 60 miles. See Wi-Fi.
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Wildnet Insurance Platform for Global Aerospace is an Internet-based insurance trading and processing platform.
Combining WiFi architecture with the best features of WiMax and WiLDNet, Carlson Wireless developed the SWiFT[TM] platform to overcome the distance and performance limitations of IP based traffic providing constant user data throughput of over 32 Mbps on point-to-point links up to 100 miles.
Amongst these, Benfield Sports International provides consultancy services in sports sponsorship and event management, specialising in motorsport, while Wildnet New Media Group specialises in the creation, marketing and management of interactive trading websites.
PBO Online, built on the Wildnet Insurance Platform for Global Aerospace, is a fully scalable, Internet-based insurance trading and processing platform that has streamlined the business process for the company through automation and workflow management.