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Trapeze swings into virtualized WLANs

Trapeze swings into virtualized WLANs

Trapeze Networks Inc. next week is scheduled to release software it says can be used to divvy up a wireless...

November 24th, 2004 John Cox
Penny-wise protection for wireless LANs

Penny-wise protection for wireless LANs

Wireless IDS products from AirDefense Inc. and AirMagnet Inc. do a wonderful job of exorcising wireless demons, but they're expensive....

November 24th, 2004 Victor R. Garza
W3C highlights Mobile Web Initiative at workshop

W3C highlights Mobile Web Initiative at workshop

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is considering a new effort called the "W3C Mobile Web Initiative," that will seek...

November 17th, 2004 Laura Rohde
Mind the details in VoIP agreements

Mind the details in VoIP agreements

While SLA usually stands for Service Level Agreement, it could just as well mean “Slippery Little Anomalies,” judging by the...

November 16th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski
Self-assessment critical to VoIP: expert

Self-assessment critical to VoIP: expert

If Martin Rayner takes one piece of advice back to his company after attending IPComm 2004, a voice over IP...

November 15th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski
Technologists push Ethernet to new areas

Technologists push Ethernet to new areas

Ethernet may be a commoditized technology in enterprise LANs but technologists are working to push, pull and stretch the technology...

November 14th, 2004 Phil Hochmuth
Calgary airport deploys a multi-purpose wireless LAN

Calgary airport deploys a multi-purpose wireless LAN

Travelers using Calgary International Airport can pull out their laptops and PDAs and get connected to the Internet in virtually...

November 11th, 2004 Lindsay Bruce
Global Wi-Fi access deal makes world wireless

Global Wi-Fi access deal makes world wireless

A worldwide roaming agreement between four of the world's biggest wireless operators has given the Wi-Fi hotspot market a shot...

November 10th, 2004 Manek Dubash
Wi-Fi a/b/g superchip threatens Bluetooth

Wi-Fi a/b/g superchip threatens Bluetooth

Wireless Ethernet could become a standard feature of smart phones in the next two years if Bluetooth specialist CSR PLC...

November 10th, 2004 Bryan Betts
Canadians tread carefully on RFID

Canadians tread carefully on RFID

Canadian retailers and manufacturers are preparing to use Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), but cost concerns are keeping them from going...

November 10th, 2004 Stefan Dubowski