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Welcome to the Public Online Wireless Electronic Resource!

Cox Communications, Intel and hotZona Wi-Fi introduce the first free, public Internet access network in the country – POWER – located at the Arizona State Legislature

POWER (Public Online Wireless Electronic Resource), created through a public/private partnership with Intel and Cox Communications, allows all Arizona citizens wireless Internet access at the Legislature.  Wireless (WiFi) connectivity via POWER allows people to stay productive and connected on the go. Working without wires or phone jacks, people can access e-mail, do research on the Internet, and have full access to the legislature’s web site and hearing room schedules, bill text, amendments, and floor votes.

 

Cox Business Services Commitment

Cox Business Services is proud to be providing bandwidth and Internet connectivity for POWER at the Arizona Legislature.  By partnering with the State Government of Arizona, we bring you the first public wireless Legislature. 

Whether using the Internet for business, research, education, or government, an efficient, high-speed broadband connection is essential. Cox has built an extensive fiber optic network throughout the Greater Phoenix and Greater Tucson area to serve residential customers, government, schools, hotels, hospitals, universities, commercial and industrial businesses.  As a full-service provider, Cox offers an extensive array of affordable voice, video, data, and Internet business communication services.  To find out more, visit http://www.coxbusiness.com.

 

Intel’s Commitment

Intel is committed to continuously developing advanced mobile-technology through unique community collaborations such as the POWER project at the Arizona Legislature.  Intel’s wireless solution for the Arizona Legislature will allow those visiting the legislature to not only engage in the lawmaking process, but also stay in touch with their everyday activities at work and home.

Intel’s newest technology designed specifically for mobile computing is Intel* Centrino* mobile technology. This is Intel's first integrated computing technology designed from the ground up for wireless notebook PCs. This technology supports some of the leading wireless security hardware, and software, as well as with leading, access-point providers to allow users to stay connected and productive on the go—for a truly mobile lifestyle.

Intel Solution Services, which donated site survey, architecture and configuration support for POWER, is a worldwide professional services organization helping enterprise companies capitalize on the full value of Intel architecture through consulting focused on architecture transitions.  For more information on Intel Solution Services, visit our Web site at http://www.intel.com/ or email us at solution-services-questions@intel.com

 

How does POWER work?

The technology behind POWER marries the large bandwidth of Cox’s fiber optic network to the Internet with “hot spots”.  These inconspicuous boxes located throughout the Legislative buildings provide wireless LAN service, creating a virtual network of Internet access.

 

Where can POWER be used?

The public may use the free Internet access from POWER in the hearing rooms of Arizona House of Representatives and Senate, as well as the hallways outside the hearing rooms, the upper lobby of the Senate and House galleries, and nearby courtyard areas.

 

What do I need to access POWER?

To access the POWER hotspot, your computer must have either an internal 802.11b or 802.11a wireless PC card or integrated wireless LAN capability, as available with Intel® Centrino™ mobile technology.

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