St. Petersburg, Florida issues RFP for citywide Wi-Fi network

St. Petersburg, Florida (pop. 250,000) has issued an RFP for a citywide network. The city will not spend any public funds for the network. The provider is responsible for building and maintaining the network. There are some city assets available for mounting wireless nodes, but the provider must also negotiate with Progress Energy, the local utility company. Minimum required speed St. Petersburg, Florida (pop. 250,000) has issued an RFP for a citywide network. The city will not spend any public funds for the network. The provider is responsible for building and maintaining the network. There are some city assets available for mounting wireless nodes, but the provider must also negotiate with Progress Energy, the local utility company. Minimum required speed is 1 Mbps symmetrical. Responses are due on 16 August 2006.

To view the RFP and the FAQ, please visit www.wifistpete.com.

Comments

  1. Please send the RFP.