Dartmouth College Debuts WiFi for Campus Voice Calling

Dartmouth College is setting up a WiFi network for voice calling on campus. After a year of testing, the school began its migration to Internet calling last month, by distributing the telephone software to incoming students. "This software frees you from thinking a phone is a physical device," says Larry Levine, Director of Computing. "Your phone could be your laptop computer, your handheld computer, or any other wireless device."
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