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Croydon Health Services NHS Foundation Trust install WiFi to further enhance their extensive list of patient services. This will offer patients a great tool for keeping in touch with friends, family or work as well as catching up with the latest news.

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NHS Somerset required a secure, scalable and reliable WiFi internet access system that would allow access to the NHS network for clinical purposes and provide a means of guest access too. WiFi SPARK had just the solution!

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Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust now offer free to use Public WiFi in all areas of the Trust. This service without question enhances the hospital experience for day patients, in patients, visitors and staff too.

WiFi SPARK have also supplied the Trust with pre configured, filtered, safe and secure Laptops to loan to patients.

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Hertfordshire Partnership Foundation Trust (HPfT) required a solution for the installation and management of an internet service for patients at a number of their sites across Hertfordshire. The requirements were simple, to provide a managed, filtered internet connection that users could access securely via a trust provided PC.

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For the first year WiFi SPARK have provided WiFi to the FOWD event at New World Stages in New York.

 
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An upgraded solution for Royal Horticultural Centre

Royal Horticultural Centre has recently upgraded to our WiFi solution which consists of three SPARK Gateways with top grade 20mb ADSL Lines and 12 Access Points.

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WiFi SPARK has had a very busy start to 2008 including the implementation of WiFi to two NHS venues. Our first installation being Kings College Hospital in London, is one of London's largest and busiest teaching hospitals.

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The 4 star Osborne Hotel in Torquay is now providing WiFi SPARK's wireless internet to all its guests. The solution consists of our SPARK Lite solution extended with 16 Access Points throughout the hotel and it's time share apartments.

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WiFi SPARK provided wireless internet to over 300 users in 2 conference rooms at the annual conference on Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems (ADASS).

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Queens Court Hotel in Exeter is now fully WiFi enabled. The nineteenth century grade 2 listed hotel is a very elegant yet solid building which can make it a challenge to say the least for WiFi coverage throughout the hotel.

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ETC Expo, one of the largest Exhibition centres in the Netherlands, is now SPARK enabled and offering Wireless Internet to both exhibiters and visitors of the venue.

The Exhibition centre specialises in high quality furniture, tapestries, lighting and accessories for the middle and upper class market segments. The styles vary from classic to modern design.

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July 1st 2006 saw the launch of Marina Developments Ltd latest IT innovation. 'Marina Wide Wireless Internet Access'. At 8AM on the 1st of July the new service went live to thousands of berth holders across the south of the United Kingdom.

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The Lordleaze Hotel in Chard recently installed a wireless system from WiFi SPARK

Offering guests a new and innovative service the Lord Leaze now provides guests with secure internet access.

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Holiday Makers Benefit from Secure WiFi Internet Access
Popular holiday destination Peppermint Park becomes the latest customer to benefit from reliable hi speed wireless internet access.

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WiFi for Carson Workshops - The Future of Web Apps-  attracts sell out numbers.

February the 8th 2006 saw a sell out attendance at Carson Systems summit - 'The Future of Web Apps' with 860 attendees filling the Great Hall at Kensington Town Hall - London. One of the requirements for the conference was free wireless internet so that developers, programmers and the like could all access an online wiki set up for the event as well as just surfing the web and sending and receiving emails. Logistically Kensington Town Hall staff provided power for the majority of users so laptops could remain online throughout the day.

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