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Google and Earthlink partner on SF WiFi

Marc Perton
02.22.06
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Looks like some jobs are just too big for even the almighty Google. After saying for months that the company wanted to run San Francisco's proposed free citywide WiFi service, Google has now partnered with Earthlink to submit a new bid for the project. Given Earthlink's experience wiring other cities including Anaheim and Philadelphia, the partnership could all but guarantee that the SF government will choose GooLink over other bidders, which include both local companies and businesses backed by heavy hitters such as IBM and Cisco.

[Via the Wireless Report]

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