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Microsense WiFi hotspots

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BANGALORE: Microsense, a provider of wireless area network solutions, has said it expects to implement about 1,000 WiFi hotspots over the next six months, the company said in a press release. It was also building networks in association with telecom service providers such as Airtel and MTNL and has already set up over 100 hotspots, it said.

The company is focussing on segments such as hospitality, enterprise and service providers and has evolved different business models to tap these segments in the four metros, Bangalore and Hyderabad, the release said. Microsense has over 20 hotel chains WiFi networked across the country, and also plans to implement the network in six hotels in Sri Lanka through a wholly-owned subsidiary.

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