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Blogtalk Downunder » iBurst - Official wireless connectivity partner of Blogtalk Downunder May 2005

Blogtalk Downunder
   May 19-22, Sydney

16/3/2005

iBurst - Official wireless connectivity partner of Blogtalk Downunder May 2005

Filed under: General — James @ 4:40 pm

iburst We’re very happy to announce that iBurst will, as the official wireless connectivity partner of Blogtalk Downunder, be providing free and beautiful wireless to the conference through their portable broadband modem range.

They may even be on hand to lend wireless cards to those who have laptops but not wireless! How good is that :o)

4 Comments

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    16/3/2005 4:48 pm

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  2. Excellent. Would it be possible to get some details on what needs to be done on our notebooks to configure the wireless connection, before Blogtalk begins? I’ve got a WiFi card in my notebook but have never used it to connect to anything other than my home network.

    Comment by Andrew Hallam (subscribed to comments) — 16/3/2005 @ 8:15 pm

  3. Dear Andrew, we will have 2 iBurst desktop modems which will be connected to a WiFi router. The router will provide a WiFi hotspot at the venue. If your notebook is wireless enabled, which it is via the WiFi card, you will need to input a dedicated username and password which we will provide. Regards Lawrence

    Comment by Lawrence Sank (subscribed to comments) — 17/3/2005 @ 11:27 pm

  4. Too easy! Thanks Lawrence.

    Comment by Andrew Hallam (subscribed to comments) — 18/3/2005 @ 7:18 am

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