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Inveneo, a U.S. technology nonprofit, set up the system as the country reeled from the deadly Jan. 12 earthquake
Inveneo's Wi-Fi network is still operating, helping several organizations aid the people of Haiti in the wake of the disastrous Jan. 12 earthquake. Following its experience in Haiti, the high-tech nonprofit may assemble a set of Wi-Fi equipment for fast deployment after the world's next major disaster.
In the rush to gather equipment for a Wi-Fi network in earthquake-damaged Haiti, Inveneo bought speaker stands to use as mounts for long-range Wi-Fi radios.
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