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Telcos’ WiMax delays may lead to technology delays

Telcos’ WiMax delays may lead to technology delays

WiMax may hold out the promise of cheap wireless broadband available anywhere, but it will face an uphill battle against...

April 14th, 2004 Matthew Broersma
Expert releases Cisco wireless hacking tool

Expert releases Cisco wireless hacking tool

One day after it disclosed a security vulnerability in a wireless networking product, Cisco Systems Inc. must contend with a...

April 7th, 2004 Paul Roberts
Satellite firm to help provinces better fight forest fires

Satellite firm to help provinces better fight forest fires

Ottawa-based GMC Guardian Mobility Corporation, which has developed a satellite communication technology that locates people or items across remote areas,...

April 5th, 2004 CIO Governments Review staff
Consumer packaged goods firms: No quick ROI from RFID

Consumer packaged goods firms: No quick ROI from RFID

Major consumer packaged goods manufacturers don't foresee any quick return from adding radio frequency identification technology to their packaging and...

April 1st, 2004 Bob Brewin
SSL VPNs make gains over IPSec

SSL VPNs make gains over IPSec

For years, software solutions based on IPSec have ruled VPNs. But new Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) appliances are changing all...

March 31st, 2004 Keith Schultz
Intel, Alcatel team up on WiMax

Intel, Alcatel team up on WiMax

Intel Corp. and French telecommunications equipment manufacturer Alcatel SA are working together on the emerging WiMax wireless technology in an...

March 25th, 2004 Laura Rohde
Hospitals try wireless remedies

Hospitals try wireless remedies

Two Ontario hospitals have opted for voice over IP and wireless LAN technologies to help improve internal communication. Earlier this...

March 18th, 2004 Patricia Pickett
Voice talk abounds

Voice talk abounds

ORLANDO — Network equipment vendors say the enterprise should start thinking of IP telephony as a method of gaining competitive...

March 18th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski
The promise of WiMax revealed at conference

The promise of WiMax revealed at conference

WiMax will not cause Wi-Fi and 3G to become extinct when it becomes available in 2006, and its application in...

March 18th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce
A mesh mash of opinions on WLAN architecture

A mesh mash of opinions on WLAN architecture

A wireless LAN (WLAN) mesh architecture is supposed to make these networks easier to deploy and manage, but not everyone...

March 17th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski