A wireless industry group called WifiForward, is calling on United States policy makers to open up unlicenced spectrum for Wi-Fi and other uses to head off potential congestion brought about by the increasing
Aruba Networks, Inc. has announced enterprise-grade outdoor gigabit Wi-Fi access points designed to be relatively unobtrusive. Aimed at restaurants, hotels and campuses needing high-performance and small cell capabilities, the new 270 Series APs
Location-based services are usually thought of as an outdoor capability linked to smart phones that can deliver targeted messages to people. But as retailers and other organizations put Wi-Fi access points in indoor public
The so-called Internet of Things has been predicted for some time. But to make the vision real devices need connectivity. Satellite operator Globalstar Inc. is now selling a unit called the STX3 Global
Canada’s electronic and intelligence spy agencies have stoutly defended their need and right to collect and process wireless metadata from the signals in the air. John Forster, who heads Communications Security Establishment Canada
If you want to know why wireless carriers are expected to eagerly bid for frequencies during the ongoing 700MHz spectrum auction, the latest projections from Cisco Systems Inc. should explain all. Mobile traffic
For the past three years wireless carriers, handset makers and telecommunications experts have been urging people to look for free Wi-Fi hotspots for connectivity instead of using their cellular networks to save money.
Spanish telecommunications firm Telefonica S.A. has forged an agreement with airports and hotel chains around the world to launch Wi-Fi access to business travelers covering more than 1 million hotspots in 110 countries.