Boston taps Anaptyx for free Wi-Fi on Greenway

“The City of Boston and the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Conservancy have teamed up with Anaptyx LLC of Watertown to bring a wi-fi mesh network to the Rose Kennedy Greenway…”

Greenway gets free Wi-Fi

“The new network, built by Anaptyx LLC of Watertown, will be accessible from laptops, iPhones, BlackBerries, and other mobile devices, creating one of the largest Wi-Fi hotspots in Massachusetts…”

Small startup has big plans for Wi-Fi

“According to Jillson, 28,000 people have surfed the web using the Meraki network since June. The Harvard Square Business Association paid about $20,000 to get Wi-Fi access across the 48 acres. Meanwhile, the nearby city of Boston has tried to get a $20 million citywide Wi-Fi project going for years – the pricey initiative only covers a small section of the metropolitan area…”

Free Wireless in Harvard Square

“Two weeks ago, the Harvard Square Business Association officially launched Wi-Fi access throughout the entire square at no cost to users. With no glitches or problems so far, it looks like the HSBA has given us what the Mayor’s Wireless Task Force could not: free wireless…”

Businesses, City Launch Free Public Wi-Fi in Harvard Square

“Home to one of the world’s top universities, Harvard Square normally hosts the exchange of ideas, but can now host the exchange of data, too. On Wednesday a number of businesses and organizations partnered to launch free public Wi-Fi for users within a half mile of the square in Cambridge, Massachusetts…"

Harvard Square unveils free wireless Internet access

“Harvard Square and Cambridge officials are set to announce free wireless Internet access thrughout the square Wednesday, Jun 4.

For the past several months the Harvard Square Business Association in collaboration with the City of Cambridge, Harvard University, Harvard Square Business Owners and Property Owners have all worked together with Meraki and Anaptyx to provide free outdoor public Internet access to the people…”

Free Wi-Fi launches in Harvard Square

“The Harvard Square Business Association has been working in collaboration with Cambridge, Harvard University and Harvard Square Business Association members to deploy a mesh network to provide free, outdoor Wi-Fi access to the public…”

Square Unveils Free Internet

“Seniors are about to lose their Harvard Internet access, but thanks to a new wireless network, those staying in the Square won’t be left stranded.

The Harvard Square Business Association activated a wireless network yesterday afternoon that provides free Internet to anyone in the Square area, temporarily christened “Hogwarts Square” in honor of J. K. Rowling, the University’s Commencement speaker…”

“Green” Internet Provider Wins University of Maryland Business Competition

“Environmentally friendly Internet provider Anaptyx won the top prize in this year’s Cupid’s Cup business competition on April 11, hosted by the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. School alumnus Kevin Plank, chief executive and founder of sports apparel maker Under Armour, donated the $22,500 in prize money to the winning student- and alumni-run startup companies…”

Entrepreneurial Edge: Anaptyx: Changing the economics of the Internet

“Together, Ken and Jon hope these developments will eventually allow them to provide wireless Internet, voice, and television in apartments and condos for less than $30 per month without any additional equipment needed in your home … now that is a serious value proposition…”