Articles By Peter Judge

Wi-Fi world under threat from Symbol patent

Wi-Fi world under threat from Symbol patent

Wireless vendor Symbol Technologies Inc. has told us it will be seeking a big license fee from all Wi-Fi equipment...

September 30th, 2004 Peter Judge
Proxim brings on wireless switch substitute

Proxim brings on wireless switch substitute

Proxim Corp. has started selling a software suite to knit access points together and contend with purpose-built wireless switches from...

September 29th, 2004 Peter Judge
Aruba brings Wi-Fi down from the ceiling

Aruba brings Wi-Fi down from the ceiling

Aruba Wireless Networks Inc. is announcing a radical change of direction in its Wi-Fi systems. Instead of putting a limited...

August 31st, 2004 Peter Judge
Yes folks, it

Yes folks, it

Never one to miss an obvious literal-minded publicity ploy, Intel Corp. has put a wireless-enabled Tablet PC in a surfboard....

August 5th, 2004 Peter Judge
Nonstandard tweaks no problem for Wi-Fi Alliance

Nonstandard tweaks no problem for Wi-Fi Alliance

Wireless LAN products with proprietary extensions won't lose the official Wi-Fi badge, even if those extensions interfere with other Wi-Fi...

August 3rd, 2004 Peter Judge
Enterprise Wi-Fi: stand by for price implosion

Enterprise Wi-Fi: stand by for price implosion

Enterprise wireless LANs are about to crash in price, according to an analyst's report. Hardest hit will be the traditional...

June 16th, 2004 Peter Judge
HP promises Cisco-killing core switch

HP promises Cisco-killing core switch

Hewlett-Packard Co. has promised to build a core switch using high-speed technology it has acquired from Riverstone Networks. Not just...

June 13th, 2004 Peter Judge
Never lose your kids again

Never lose your kids again

The Legoland theme park at Billund in Denmark now has the ultimate attraction — radio controlled kids. The service is...

May 13th, 2004 Peter Judge
Simpler Wi-Fi security protects newbies

Simpler Wi-Fi security protects newbies

Broadcom Corp. is promising easy-to-use wireless security through bundled software which automatically configures settings and turns on security. The company...

May 3rd, 2004 Peter Judge
Extreme: 802.11a has done job, even if no one uses it

Extreme: 802.11a has done job, even if no one uses it

In a broad announcement Monday, Extreme Networks Inc. has combined wired and wireless features on more of its switches. Launching...

March 15th, 2004 Peter Judge