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Wi-Fi network photo contest
Mark Peters : May 1st 2007 - 18:49 CET
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NewsWi-Fi network photo contest : Finalists in Tropos Networks “Coolest Use of Citywide Wi-Fi Photo Contest” reveal that Internet connectivity is ubiquitous, providing anytime, anywhere access. The 12 finalist photos were chosen for their creative and unique depictions including such cool applications as a system that snaps a photo and uploads it to the web, surfing the web from the beach, a park, even a baseball game, and playing a video game online while in the car. Entrants were asked to submit an original photo that best depicts a “unique and cool way to use citywide Wi-Fi.” The Coolest Use of Citywide Wi-Fi Photo Contest was produced by Cohen-Friedberg Associates, a provider of online marketing and sales promotions.
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The winner, to be chosen by voters online from among the 12 finalists, will win an Apple 17” MacBook Pro computer with AirPort Extreme Wi-Fi and Final Cut Express HD video editing software. Each finalist has won a Sony mylo personal communicator. “Citywide Wi-Fi networks are making Internet connectivity as ubiquitous as cell phone access. The difference is that a citywide W-Fi network provides true broadband connectivity,” said Tropos vice president of marketing Bert Williams. “These contestants show that from Wi-Fi phones to cameras to traditional laptops, people can connect to the Internet with high speed broadband connectivity anywhere, anytime. The contest has been a fun way to show people the different ways people are taking advantage of the networks.”

Wi-Fi photo contest finalists
Kevin Kincaid, Seattle, WA - "Yes boss, I'm working from home today"
Charles Wright, Calhoun, GA - "Surfing the Clocktower"
Yeshai Lang, San Francisco, CA - "Skyping on the grass of Buena Vista Park, SF"
Nancy Kevorkian, Port Charlotte, FL - "Doing Double Duty"
David Estp, Aiken, SC - "Anytime, Anywhere, WiFi is there"
Jerrell Lance, Columbia, MD - "Wow the Wi-Fi signal is awesome from up here!"
Angela Chiong, San Francisco, CA - "Friends in the shade using the Google network"
Jake Ludington, Seattle, WA - "Playing Xbox Live while driving in Mountain View, CA"
Kevin Planovsky, Atlanta, GA - "ArchCam takes pics and upload them to the web"
Todd Bryson, Costa Mesa, CA - "My office goes where I go"
Kristin Bryson, Costa Mesa, CA - "Surfin' the net in my 'home office after a morning surf"
Varun Narula, Fort Worth, TX - "It's cool to be in the game, outside"

About Tropos Networks
Tropos Networks is the market leader in delivering metro-scale wireless mesh network systems. Our systems have been selected to unwire more major league cities than all competitors combined and are installed in 30 countries. The patented Tropos MetroMesh architecture delivers the ultimate scalability, high capacity at low cost and great user experience demanded by carriers, municipalities and network users. Our unique expertise includes high-performance mesh software development, mesh RF engineering, metro-scale network planning, deployment and optimization, and navigating the municipal approval process. Tropos Networks is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.

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