| A Hotspot by definition is
limited to a specific facility or venue like a hotel.
A "hot zone" is simply a larger hotspot covering a larger area like a
city or town.
AmeriSPOT provides solutions for both markets. Hot zone requires a much
array or volume of radios and equipment many of which are devoted to
call the backhaul or connecting individual access points back to the
In some settings, a self healing mesh solution is often the best
AmeriSPOT built its first hot zone in 2007 when it launched Wi-Fi
Redstone, Colorado. AmeriSPOT brought high speed Internet service into a
location within the community and then distributed Wi-Fi throughout the
Redstone. At the time, AmeriSPOT was the only broadband provider in
Colorado. AmeriSPOT continues to offer the highest broadband speeds in
Visitors to the hot zone throughout the town of Redstone can simply
AmeriSPOT wireless signal and connect to the Internet. Internet users
redirected to a login page and are able to purchase a variety of service
ranging from one hour to several months.
AmeriSPOT created one such hot zone in Mesa Verde
National Park for Aramark
concession locations. At all Aramark locations there is Wi-Fi access
the park from the campground near the park entrance to the Far View
the center of the park and all the way to the restaurants near the main
area covering a distance of over 20 miles.