Long Beach wireless network

LB’s Technology Services Director to Retire; Search Begins for Replacement

city-of-long-beach Curtis Tani, Director of the City of Long Beach Department of Technology Services, has announced his plans to retire, effective September 12, 2014. “Curtis has served our city admirably by modernizing and expanding our use of technology, improving customer service, enhancing employee productivity and reducing costs,” City Manager Patrick H.

A Faux Tree Grows in Long Beach as AT&T Upgrades Local Network

Fake Tree is really a cell tower This cell tower at 1280 West Willow Street is disguised to look like a tree. From a distance, a bird might almost mistake this site for a real tree! The cell sites in Long Beach take on many shapes and sizes including a 60-foot faux tree located at 1280 West Willow Street.

Historic Queen Mary sail into the tech age with Smart Wi-Fi

queen-mary-long-beach Ruckus Wireless was selected to supply advanced, Smart Wi-Fi products and technology for the Queen Mary, one of the world’s most historic ships, now permanently docked in Long Beach, California. Hotel Internet Services (HIS) and Queen Mary IT staff deployed Ruckus ZoneFlex Smart wireless LAN (WLAN) products, enabling wireless connectivity from any of the hotel’s guestrooms and common areas in order to support the ship’s more than three million yearly visitors.

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