Latest Wireless Networks Stories
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.
Lack of Security, Outdated Protocols, Employees Biggest Threat MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., March 9 /PRNewswire/ -- The increase in mobile broadband services and the advent of new wireless technologies will increase the number of mobile workers who carry their business data on laptops and smart phones.
Quantenna Communications, Inc., a developer of silicon for intelligent wireless networking, today announced the world's first fully integrated 802.11n chipsets with 4x4 MIMO and transmit (Tx) beamforming, which are designed to deliver guaranteed wireless bandwidth within any home, anywhere.
Aruba Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARUN), a global leader in wireless LANs and secure mobility solutions, today announced that its wireless networks have been deployed by Babylon Telecommunications Inc. at Joint Base Balad in Iraq to provide Internet access to over 20,000 soldiers.
Nth Air, Inc., a provider of next-generation wireless communication services, and Fujitsu Network Communications, a leading supplier of innovative optical and wireless networking solutions, today announced the launch of the Nth Air wireless broadband solution across Denver for delivery of high-capacity video, voice and data services.
Sprint (NYSE:S) today said it is preparing for the potential impact of Tropical Storm Fay threatening to make landfall in the Florida Keys Monday evening and then again through southwest and central Florida Tuesday.
HiWired, Inc., a leader in remote technical support and computer repair, has been awarded the Editors' Choice rating by PC Magazine in a July review.
Sprint has announced that it has invested more than $6.9 million and added five new cell sites to its wireless networks in Connecticut in the first quarter of 2008, enhancing network coverage statewide.
Sprint Nextel has invested more than $21 million and added six new cell sites to its wireless networks in Massachusetts in the first quarter of 2008, enhancing network coverage statewide.
Sprint (NYSE:S) invested more than $6.9 million and added five new cell sites to its wireless networks in Connecticut in the first quarter of 2008, enhancing network coverage statewide.
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