Wireless computing takes a leap into space this month

12th March 2004 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Wireless computing takes a leap into space this month as technology leasing company ABK rolls out a new mobile satellite internet connection service.

Colleges such as Gloscat and Basingstoke will use their new Commun-IT vehicles to deliver training to local communities and even to NHS staff.

Pictured at Ebrington village hall (Evesham) are Gloscat tutor Mark Johnstone (left) with Ebrington residents Vreni Bagglaey and David Fenner.

www.abkplc.com. Photograph by CORBIS

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