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Texas districts ink broadband deals

ERF Wireless, provider of enterprise-class wireless broadband products and services, announced today that the company has entered into four separate contractual agreements with four Texas Independent School Districts to design, engineer and construct wireless broadband networks
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ERF Wireless, provider of enterprise-class wireless broadband products and services, announced today that the company has entered into four separate contractual agreements with four Texas Independent School Districts to design, engineer and construct wireless broadband networks utilizing the respective districts' 2.5GHz Education Broadband Service (EBS) licenses.

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