Winchester, VA (PRWEB) January 10, 2005
Visual Link Internet LLC of Winchester, Virginia, and Rural Broadband Network Services LLC of Rockingham County, Virginia, today announced a partnership to form WorldAirWaves
Visual Link Internet is a leading Internet development group with sales in 40 countries and offices in USA, Japan, Canada, Russia, and Argentina. Visual Link provides ISP and E-Commerce services and maintains a development group to focus on secure wireless communications for police and public safety communications. Visual Link has developed technologies and applications for border and port security, and Homeland Defense systems.
Rural Broadband Network Services is a wireless broadband service provider and a leader in secure wireless IP-based, end-to-end networking solutions and services, with contracts with the USDA to deploy broadband services to rural communities
WorldAirWaves, the new company, will continue the focus on the growing market for deployment of secure wireless broadband services through out North and South America. WorldAirWaves will also continue to market, develop and deploy wireless secure broadband police and public safety networks, as well as their border, port and Homeland Security solutions throughout the world. WorldAirWaves will also continue the Visual Link Partnership with Xybernaut Cooperation (XYBR) in their newly formed Homeland Security Division, and bring even greater capabilities than before to this partnership.
WorldAirWaves will host an event on January 21, 2005, to showcase the companyÂs products and capabilities. This event will be open to the public by invitation only. Please contact email@example.com for information and registrations for this event.
WorldAirWaves will offer products including advance sensors and perimeter dictions systems that provide world-class protection for border security. Perimeter dictions combined with our secure wireless broad networks systems will supply a market for both the Homeland security and military NETS centric applications, providing both a tactical advantage as well as security in military zones throughout the world.
WorldAirWavesÂ wireless IP development group will focus on deployment of wireless broadband networks throughout cities and towns in the United States and Canada. This will provide a secure wireless network for advanced secure wireless service to communities across the continent. WorldAirWaves will own these networks, but other Internet Service Providers will be able and allowed to deliver broadband services to their subscribers over the WorldAirWaves network. We hope to start providing services to communities during the Summer/Fall of 2005.
For further information contact:
Mark Bayliss of Visual Link at 1-540-667-6431
Alex Phillips of RBNS at 1-540-246-2788
For online information, the companyÂs website is http://www.worldairwaves.com
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