Winbeam to launch 2.5 Nomadic Wireless Service in Erie

Winbeam will soon be offering 2.5 Nomatic Wireless Service for residential and commercial use in Erie. With Winbeam Nomadic Wireless Service you can have an internet access connection to your laptop, desktop computer or PDA anywhere within the Winbeam broadcast area, whether your in your car, at home, even on parts of lake Erie.

How Does It Work?

All you need is a Winbeam Wireless account and a Navini Ripwave Modem.

About The Ripwave Modem.

The Ripwave modem is the point of connection to the Navini network and provides nomadic/mobile, anytime, anywhere Internet access. With its small size, blazingly fast data speeds, and a zero-install, plug-and-play proposition, the Ripwave modem completely changes broadband access forever.

With the Ripwave modem, there is no need to send technicians to climb the roof, no holes to drill, no computers to be opened up and no installation required. The unit connects to the computer via USB or Ethernet port. The Ripwave modem is the ideal mechanism to deliver broadband access to your residential, SOHO and SME (small/medium enterprise) customers.

Ripwave modem key features include:

  • Zero-install, plug-and-play ease of use
  • Nomadic/mobile, battery-powered operation for Internet access anytime, anywhere
  • Broadband data rates, which deliver voice, real-time video and audio streaming - all at the speed of thought
  • Multi-service queuing to deliver differentiated service
  • USB and Ethernet versions
  • Over-the-air upgrades and features
  • Subsidy locks for prevention of cloning
  • Sleek, sexy, retail-friendly design
  • PCMCIA version - coming soon!

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