Cruise Line Plans 11ac Network Upgrades For Stem-to-stern Wi-fi

Passenger Overboard In Hawaii, Did She Jump Ship?

Currently, the line deploys high-end Meru 802.11n access points on its ships. Depending on the ship's size, the number of access points can range from 300 to nearly 1,000, serving anywhere from 150 passengers and crew to about 8,000. Meru's approach to Wi-Fi simplifies access for the growing crowd of bring-your-own-device passengers, and creates a flexible, adaptive network well-suited to the unique all-metal labyrinth of a modern ship, according to Martin. In its access points, Meru uses what it calls a "virtual cell" a technology that creates what appears to client devices as one, pervasive Wi-Fi channel.<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.itworld.com/mobile-wireless/382603/cruise-line-plans-11ac-network-upgrades-stem-stern-wi-fi

Cruise ship to substantially boost visits to Port Angeles, Port Townsend in 2014

This fact was also confirmed by CCTV footage from the ship itself. She was last seen at around 1 p.m. said the cruise line spokesperson confirming that the company immediately made contact with the FBI and the Coast Guard. The ships captain even changed the vessels course in order to assist in the search. an HC-130 Hercules airplane crew also made their way to the Air Station Barbers Point in Hawaii to help out.<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.inquisitr.com/1030637/passenger-overboard-in-hawaii-did-she-jump-ship/

They all just loved it, Veenema said. He added that he has not yet spoken with representatives from the cruise line about what changes, if any, could be made to the tours and other activities that will be planned for passengers in Port Angeles. What they asked last year was for us to cut back so there were more people on each tour as opposed to a few people on a lot of tours, Veenema said. In addition to Hurricane Ridge, Port Angeles organizers offered tours of Lake Crescent and the historic underground of the city.<br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.peninsuladailynews.com/article/20131114/NEWS/311149992/cruise-ship-to-substantially-boost-visits-to-port-angeles-port

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