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Sundray helped deploy the first WiFi street in HK


       Everyone in the Internet age, a cell phone, for mobile terminals, end of the month to run out of data, it is quite a headache. Recently, Sai Yeung Choi Street in Hong Kong has built the first Wi-Fi network in Hong Kong. It does not require a password and citizens can use Wi-Fi free of charge. With a guaranteed speed, it can support up to 1,000 people online at the same time.


       Hong Kong Yau Tsim Mong Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the network company AdWiFi have launched the 300-meter WIFI Street covering Mong Kok Sai Yeung Choi Welfare Center to Hollywood Plaza. The purpose of the project is to increase traffic flow and promote business preferential information to achieve a reciprocal and mutually beneficial effect. The project is implemented through two channels: free advertising on the Internet and Wi-Fi.


       In the same competition with Cisco, Aruba, Ruckus and other circumstances, the Sundray technology by virtue of its own advantages eventually won the project plan and become equipment suppliers, and the network company "AdWiFi" together to complete the project . In the implementation of the entire project, with 4G router gateway, followed by outdoor AP, and directional WIFI launch, so that Wi-Fi signals are not occupied by the people in the area. Citizens shopping in the Wi-Fi signal coverage area can log on directly to the Internet through WeChat, web pages and other means. The public's response is also quite good.


       Free WIFI in shopping malls helps drive a wide range of consumer information, such as different discounts, which will benefit the public as well as tourists who buy cheaper products. They will also generate revenue for their businesses and achieve a win-win situation. The establishment of the "Wi-Fi Street" believe it will certainly bring new shopping experience to the public, driving the prosperity and development of the retail industry, I believe in the future there will be more "Wi-Fi Street", rub the network to go shopping!