WiFI can now travelNever be without your home wifi again
New Tech allows bringing WiFI with you
Thanks to new nano and cloud technology you can now print and then take your home wifi with you, wherever you go! This marvel of technology will change the game for everyone, including mobile data providers like AT&T and Verizon. When Verizon was asked to comment “We fairly certain this is what will put verizon out of business” said a Verizon Spokesperson. AT&T and T-Mobile declined to comment.
This new technology, expected to be released in time for Christmas, allows you to print out your home wifi connection and take it with you. Giving you immediate access to your home WiFi from any location. You can print it out from any standard printer. Home users can use the ink and paper they already have, there’s nothing special required. Simply download the home WiFi application, open, then print your WiFI signal!
Developed in a joint project by Oak Ridge National Lab and Shafer Technology, it has been years in the making.”We’re really excited to release this technology to the public. This will ensure that when you travel, you’ll have access to a secure connection no matter where you are” said Troy Shafer, CEO of Shafer Technology solutions. Oak Ridge National Lab released a similar statement. “Enhancing residential use of home WiFI abroad speaks to the core of the DOE mission, to enhance the lives of US citizens with technology. We’re very excited to pass this project along to the public”.
“We’re really excited to release this technology to the public. This will ensure that when you travel, you’ll have access to a secure connection no matter where you are” said Troy Shafer
Who Can use it?
Everyone! This technology will be made available via download in the next few weeks in a beta release. Until then, users are encouraged to continue their safe WiFi practices they’ve always followed.
Is there a cost?
Currently there isn’t a cost for this made up software that doesn’t exist. If you made it this far, you probably realized Shafer Technology Solutions nor Oak Ridge National Lab could invent this. It’s our attempt at an April fools joke!
Happy April Fools!