U of T investigating possibilities of self-powered large scale networks

U of T investigating possibilities of self-powered large scale networks

Imagine a network of wireless sensors scattered across thousands of hectares of forest watching for signs of dry conditions that...

February 5th, 2008 Howard Solomon

Fujitsu plans to launch palm-vein security overseas

Fujitsu plans to launch palm-vein security overseas

It doesn't take a palm reader to figure out the future of one of Fujitsu Ltd.'s latest security products. The...

May 17th, 2005 Martyn Williams

Japanese banks bolster security

Japanese banks bolster security

Following a rise in fraud and public pressure, many of Japan's financial institutions are turning to technology to make it...

April 25th, 2005 Paul Kallender

How GM uses wireless on plant floors

How GM uses wireless on plant floors

Wireless technologies for harvesting real-time data off factory networks - and strategies for putting such information to use - were...

March 15th, 2005 Phil Hochmuth

ZigBee group clears spec for wireless sensor nets

ZigBee group clears spec for wireless sensor nets

The ZigBee Alliance has ratified the first specification for wireless sensor networks. The ZigBee specification is the result of two...

December 20th, 2004 John Cox

Tool time

Tool time

How does a government agency make its IT networks as open and accessible as possible, and, at the same time,...

November 3rd, 2004 Joaquim P. Menezes

Wi-Fi takes inventory management to new heights

Wi-Fi takes inventory management to new heights

There's something in the air these days at distribution centers everywhere. From the farmer's field to the warehouse floor, wireless...

September 12th, 2004 Ephraim Schwartz

Security firm finds a hole in Sun One

Security firm finds a hole in Sun One

Security specialist @Stake Inc. has said that a module that ships with Sun Microsystems Inc.'s One Application Server has a...

March 13th, 2003 David Legard

Enterasys slays threats with its latest Dragon

Enterasys slays threats with its latest Dragon

In the face of seemingly unrelenting threats to enterprise security, Enterasys Networks Inc. recently announced Dragon 6.0, the latest version...

June 27th, 2002 Ryan B. Patrick Network World Canada