Posts Tagged ‘john hancock tower’

Reflections on Friday’s outage

So what can we do to decrease the likelihood of another outage such as that on Friday and minimize the impact on any outage that does happen? Long term, we know the answer.  We need to increase our network density to the point where most of our members have at least two independent paths back…

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Fiber damage causes 6 hour netBlazr outage

I suppose it had to happen, our first major outage.  Mostly I worry about wireless issues, but to the extent they cause problems at all, the problems tend to be local.  What happened last night was caused by damage to one of the fibers in a Cogent cable between the basement and the 54th floor…

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netBlazr turns on network in Boston’s Back Bay

netBlazr activated it’s innovative wireless network in the Back Bay of Boston, Massachusetts. netBlazr has four radios transmitting up to 90 Mbps each from our first head end in the John Hancock Tower. These radios can reach anyone within 1 km and line of sight visibility of the building.

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netBlazr signs MOU with host company in the Hancock Tower

netBlazr executes an MOU with a company in the John Hancock Tower of Boston. This agreement permits netBlazr to locate networking equipment in the companies IT closet and place four radios in separate windows of the office to transmit netBlazr internet service throughout the Back Bay of Boston.

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