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Ripple Unwires Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park


Atlanta, GA, January 14, 2005 -- Mike Landman, president of technology consulting firm Ripple, announced today that his company has created a large free wireless hotspot in downtown Atlanta"s Centennial Park in conjunction with wireless provider 3rd Wave.

The hotspot, which will be part of the 3rd Wave Free HotSpot network, covers almost 75% of the park and is 3rd Wave"s largest contiguous free hotspot (second to the Lenox Mall food court, another 3rd Wave Free HotSpot.)

“We are happy to provide this free hotspot as a service to downtown business people and visitors and hope that this will augment the City”s great success at making Centennial Park and Downtown Atlanta a great place to work, live and congregate" Landman said.

About Ripple:
Ripple, a privately-held, Atlanta-based IT consulting company was founded by Mike Landman in 1997 to meet the IT needs of growing companies. The company currently provides multi-platform outsourced IT services for a fixed monthly fee to small and mid-sized businesses. Services include everything from outsourced CIO services to desktop support. Ripple is in its 7th year of profitability and growth and employs 11 people.

About 3rd Wave:
3rd Wave, a privately-held, organically-funded, Atlanta-based wireless service provider, pioneered the free wi-fi model in Atlanta. Since early 2004 they have installed more than 60 free hotspots in local retail establishments, apartments, and office buildings. They are poised to move their model to other cities in 2005. For a complete list of hotspots go to:


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