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Telus invests $3.5B in Alberta for wireless and wireline network capacity boost

Telus is investing $3.5 billion in Alberta in 2020 to enhance wireless and wireline network capacity. This is part of Telus’ September announcement about its...

The Business Leadership Podcast: Greg Friesen, vice-president at DragonWave Inc.

Greg has 19 years experience in senior product management roles, network design, planning, and engineering, including his current role at DragonWave and previous roles at Nortel Networks, Innovance Networks, and Fundy Telecom.

Google relents, will hand over European Wi-Fi data

In a reversal of course, Google now says that it will give European regulators data it secretly collected from open wireless networks over the past three years

Fluke announces handheld Wi-Fi tester

AirCheck, scheduled to ship before July, is designed to detect unauthorized wireless access points and can output test results through the USB port to a desktop computer. It has fewer features than the AirMagnet 802.11 wireless LAN test software but cable tester manufacturer Fluke Networks Corp. claims AirCheck will boot up in three seconds

Cisco unveils 802.11n controller, OfficeExtend

The 5500 series can control up to 250 access points. Find out about University of British Columbia

5 things you should know about wireless security

Despite widely-publicized incidents, a KPMG consultant says people still don

New paint promises low-cost Wi-Fi shielding

The paint brush could become a new tool for securing wireless networks from hackers according to Japanese researchers who recently developed a radio-frequency blocking paint

Cisco to broaden unified communications package

At C-Scape, the network equipment maker said an upcoming version of Unified Communications System will include SIP and will let companies configure security settings for companies they trust. Get a sneak peak.

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