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To Launch Public Wi-Fi Networks, Teams Must Stay In Sync With The Built Environment

In a matter of decades, billions of people have come to expect internet connectivity virtually everywhere. And even though there have been massive global investments in cellular and broadband network infrastructure, publicly accessible Wi-Fi networks are just getting started. According to market research firm Global Industry Analysts Inc., the global market for outdoor Wi-Fi is projected to reach US$37.7 billion by 2020.
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