Latest Mesh networking Stories

2013-02-14 23:02:04

Firetide, Inc., the leading provider of high-performance wireless infrastructure mesh networks, today announced that they have partnered with California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) to deploy an outdoor mesh infrastructure testing environment to conduct research on the performance of various Firetide solutions. This project will utilize students and faculty of the university´s Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT) department working in collaboration with...

2013-01-24 23:01:22

Firetide, Inc., the leading provider of high-performance wireless infrastructure mesh networks, today announced an expanded international distribution agreement with Winncom Technologies. This strategic alliance enables Winncom to deliver Firetide´s wireless mesh products to its worldwide customers, addressing a growing need for reliable, high-performing indoor and outdoor wireless infrastructures for public safety, transportation, industrial, and service provider networks. LOS GATOS,...

2012-09-10 23:01:31

Second generation infrastructure mobility software platform enables uninterrupted video and internet connectivity on vehicles moving at high speeds. Los Gatos, Calif. (PRWEB) September 10, 2012 Firetide, Inc., the leading provider of wireless infrastructure mesh networks, today announced that Firetide´s new mobility controller (FMC 2000) has been selected as the winner of Security Products magazine´s ℠2012 New Product of the Year Award´ in the wireless technology...

2012-05-16 00:46:48

In its early years, information theory – which grew out of a landmark 1948 paper by MIT alumnus and future professor Claude Shannon – was dominated by research on error-correcting codes: How do you encode information so as to guarantee its faithful transmission, even in the presence of the corrupting influences engineers call "noise"? Recently, one of the most intriguing developments in information theory has been a different kind of coding, called network coding, in which the...

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