from the your-landmarks-at-work dept.
Technofusion writes "Seattle, Washington has found a new use for their aging
Space Needle. Three companies have
teamed up to turn the Space Needle into a giant WiMAX antenna. Bruce
Chatterley, CEO of
announced it will be the
biggest deployment of it's kind in North America with six towers, one placed on
the Space Needle and five others around the city , beaming a signal over
a 5 square mile area. Don't put away those 802.11b/g cards just yet, as WiMAX is projected to cost
$500 a month for 1.5Mb service."
How many hardware guys does it take to change a light bulb?
"Well the diagnostics say it's fine buddy, so it's a software problem."