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2014-12-29 12:56:37

As the battle for Net Neutrality rages on, Federal regulators may soon be ruling in another dispute between consumer access and business control of the Internet.

2010-09-23 11:41:00

LOUISVILLE, Colo., Sept. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Inovonics (http://www.inovonics.com), the industry leader in high-performance wireless sensor networks for commercial and life safety applications, today announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office recently awarded the company with U.S.

2009-05-14 13:13:00

Visitors to Meraki's Booth (Number 2435) Will Have the Chance to Win an Enterprise Wireless LAN SAN FRANCISCO, May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Meraki, an award-winning wireless networking company, will unveil the Meraki Enterprise Wireless LAN product line at Interop Las Vegas 2009.

2008-10-17 15:00:11

CARY, N.C., Oct. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Zencos is now an authorized reseller for Meraki wireless MESH technology. Meraki is a network equipment manufacturer that provides hardware and software for low-cost, plug and play wireless community networks.

2008-09-27 06:00:15

By Lisa P White PLEASANT HILL -- Online junkies longing to be untethered from cords and coffee shops can head to Pleasant Hill and check their Facebook accounts in the great outdoors on the city's free wireless network. "It works great.

2008-08-11 09:00:23

As part of an initiative to bring wireless services to Jakarta residents and businesses, iFORTE, Indonesia's premier service provider and IT integrator, is now offering comprehensive public wireless Internet access in one of the world's most modern malls in Jakarta, Indonesia's capital city.

2008-08-04 09:00:25

The city of Temple, Georgia, located on the border of Georgia and Alabama, has deployed a next generation wireless video surveillance system and public safety network which will be a testbed for advanced public safety applications and services.

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