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A wireless LAN has been built for members of the Irish parliament: I’m actually not totally clear on what exactly has been built so far because there appears to be a phased rollout of the network. But the ultimate idea is to allow members of parliament here to use PDAs or laptops to access emails or other information stored on internal databases. For those of you outside of Ireland, Leinster House is the building that houses the Irish parliament and Oireachtas is the Gaelic word for parliament.
I’m hopeful that the WLAN in Leinster House will draw some attention to the potential of Wi-Fi here. I’ve found some very convenient hotspots in Dublin, but this city hasn’t experienced the Wi-Fi explosion of some other big cities around the globe
Posted by nancyg at February 14, 2005 5:50 PM
Categories: gov't WLANs
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