Rick Harnish | 1 Jun 04:07 2011

[WISPA Announcements] ServerPlus and ISS Announce Outsourced Technical Support Alliance

 

 

ServerPlus and ISS (Innovative Support Solutions), who are both Vendor members of WISPA, are happy to announce their alliance.  Operations will continue for all customers without interruption under the name of ServerPlus.  ServerPlus and ISS are the two premier ISP Support centers in the US, and both companies have been recognized for their quality service particularly to the wireless community.

“ISS’s goal the past 8 years has been to provide an affordable American based help desk solution to Internet Service Providers. When I discovered the WISPs it became a passion. There is not another group of small businesses that have so closely banded together in support of each other. Every day it amazes me the “secrets” that you share, the courage that you have, the risks that you take to provide quality service to communities that would otherwise be without internet.

We are very excited to be working with the ServerPlus team. Our goals are the same; we wish to provide the very best service possible to the WISP community; we felt that a joint effort of resources would accomplish that end. I am proud to be a WISPA vendor and a part of this group. I look forward to personally meeting and talking with many of you so that we can gain knowledge to better serve the WISP community.”

-Sheryl “Putter” Shinn

 

“ServerPlus is excited about the opportunity to work with ISS and move forward with this alliance as the premier end user support organization for WISPs.  We believe that the expertise and contacts that Sheryl brings will continue to add to our abilities to service the WISP community.  Sheryl and I will both continue to be involved in the industry and in WISPA in particular and look forward to being a part of this very important group.” 

-Layne Sisk

Layne and Sheryl “Putter” both bring considerable expertise to this alliance and the combined resources of these companies will provide excellent service and reliability to both WISPs and end-users.   For a free quote visit www.serverplus.com  

 

 

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Daniel Chinn | 2 Jun 16:05 2011
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Re: [WISPA] Fire in Ubiquiti manufacturing plant?

The explosion at the China Foxconn plant only impacted the IPad2 assembly line in the A5 building.  Foxconn does assemble Ubiquiti products, but not at this plant.

 

Daniel

 

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Subject: [WISPA] Fire in Ubiquiti manufacturing plant?

 

I heard Apple had a fire in one of their plants, did this effect Ubiquiti production? Does anyone know about this or can confirm if its true?

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Josh Luthman | 2 Jun 16:37 2011

Re: [WISPA] Fire in Ubiquiti manufacturing plant?

I wish I had stock in Foxconn 10 years ago.

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On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 10:05 AM, Daniel Chinn <techmonkey1 <at> islc.net> wrote:

The explosion at the China Foxconn plant only impacted the IPad2 assembly line in the A5 building.  Foxconn does assemble Ubiquiti products, but not at this plant.

 

Daniel

 

From: wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org [mailto:wireless-bounces <at> wispa.org] On Behalf Of John McDowell
Sent: Tuesday, May 31, 2011 4:19 PM


To: Principal WISPA Member List; WISPA General List; motorola <at> afmug.com
Subject: [WISPA] Fire in Ubiquiti manufacturing plant?

 

I heard Apple had a fire in one of their plants, did this effect Ubiquiti production? Does anyone know about this or can confirm if its true?

--
John M. McDowell
Boonlink Communications
307 Grand Ave NW
Fort Payne, AL 35967
256.844.9932
john <at> boonlink.com
www.boonlink.com






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Tom Sharples | 2 Jun 20:54 2011

Re: [WISPA] Attenuation of polycarbonate or acrylic at 5.8Ghz?

Nice idea, thanks!
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Sent: Thursday, May 26, 2011 11:44 AM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Attenuation of polycarbonate or acrylic at 5.8Ghz?

On 25 May 2011 18:45, Tom Sharples <tsharples <at> qorvus.com> wrote:
Subject: Attenuation of polycarbonate or acrylic plastic?


Hi, we're building a wireless video observation system for a lumber mill
loading area.
This is an extremely rough-duty environment with huge logs swinging around,
and any exposed antennas, cameras, etc. would shortly be smashed to bits.
We're thinking of installing everything in a 1.5 ft. diameter thickwall
steel pipe, and installing our required 5.8Ghz panel antenna flush with the
end of the pipe, covered with a 2" thick piece of polycarbonate or acrylic.
The link only needs to work at a distance of around 150 feet. However I
can't find much info on-line about the RF attentuation of clear plastic
materials (or if it's even enough to matter) at 5.8Ghz. Anyone out here ever
had to do something like this?

Put the stuff in a microwave. If it warms up, it'll attenuate the signal, if it stays cold, you have a perfectly RF transparent material.



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Tom Sharples | 2 Jun 21:09 2011

[WISPA] Coverage south of Jourdanton, Texas?

Hi, we're putting in a project near this location:
 
28.59121,-98.37366  (paste into Google Maps)
 
and are looking for a reliable alternative to Verizon 3G. If anyone out here can provide reliable upstream wireless connectivity of at least 1mb/s, please contact me with your cost info and I'll pass it on to the client.  This will be used for intermittent remote access of a video surveillance installation, and it probably needs to be a 900Mhz solution - lots of low-lying brush, several stands of trees, etc. We can incorporate and configure the CPE (e.g. XR9) into our equipment prior to shipment.
 
Thanks,
 
Tom S.
 

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Hwtx | 3 Jun 06:06 2011

Re: [WISPA] Coverage south of Jourdanton, Texas?

I have a tower 10.8 miles south of there next to the Federal Prison running 2.4 Canopy with what should be easy LOS across the lake. 3 more towers about 15 miles away. 3 more within 20 miles of that spot.
Details at ranchwireless.com
Thank you.

Allen

Sent from Ranch Wireless mobile.

On Jun 2, 2011, at 2:09 PM, "Tom Sharples" <tsharples <at> qorvus.com> wrote:

Hi, we're putting in a project near this location:
 
28.59121,-98.37366  (paste into Google Maps)
 
and are looking for a reliable alternative to Verizon 3G. If anyone out here can provide reliable upstream wireless connectivity of at least 1mb/s, please contact me with your cost info and I'll pass it on to the client.  This will be used for intermittent remote access of a video surveillance installation, and it probably needs to be a 900Mhz solution - lots of low-lying brush, several stands of trees, etc. We can incorporate and configure the CPE (e.g. XR9) into our equipment prior to shipment.
 
Thanks,
 
Tom S.
 


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mike | 3 Jun 15:09 2011

[WISPA] Alltel towers

Does anyone have up to date contact info for the current owner of the former Alltel's towers? Not having much
luck searching.

Regards
Michael Baird

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chris cooper | 3 Jun 15:16 2011

Re: [WISPA] Alltel towers

Have you tried American?  They ended up with the Alltel structures
around us.

Chris

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Subject: [WISPA] Alltel towers

Does anyone have up to date contact info for the current owner of the
former Alltel's towers? Not having much luck searching.

Regards
Michael Baird

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mike | 3 Jun 15:34 2011

Re: [WISPA] Alltel towers

None of them I'm looking at are on their site map. It would be nice if they were owned by AT, we have a good
relationship with them.

Regards
Michael Baird

----- Original Message -----
From: "chris cooper" <ccooper <at> intelliwave.com>
To: "WISPA General List" <wireless <at> wispa.org>
Sent: Friday, June 3, 2011 9:16:31 AM
Subject: Re: [WISPA] Alltel towers

Have you tried American?  They ended up with the Alltel structures
around us.

Chris

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Behalf Of mike <at> tc3net.com
Sent: Friday, June 03, 2011 9:10 AM
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Subject: [WISPA] Alltel towers

Does anyone have up to date contact info for the current owner of the
former Alltel's towers? Not having much luck searching.

Regards
Michael Baird

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Fred Goldstein | 3 Jun 16:01 2011

Re: [WISPA] Alltel towers

At 6/3/2011 09:09 AM, Michael Baird wrote:
>Does anyone have up to date contact info for the current owner of 
>the former Alltel's towers? Not having much luck searching.

Have you checked the FCC's antenna registration system?  While it 
doesn't sow the rooftops and other low antennas, the big towers 
should be there.

>Regards
>Michael Baird
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