Visitors to the British Library in London will be able to get wireless internet access alongside the extensive information available in its famous reading rooms.
Broadband wireless connectivity will be made available in the eleven reading rooms, the auditorium, café, restaurant, and outdoor piazza area. A study revealed that 86% of visitors to the Library carried laptops.
The technology has been on trial since May and usage levels make the Library London’s most active public hotspot.
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