• Meru wireless supports a gigabit worth of users, devices at the GWCC

    The Georgia World Congress Center has upgraded to 802.11ac Meru wireless technology to support thousands of attendees, exhibitors and mobile devices.

    Gina Narcisi2,100 pointsBadges:
  • Choices in SDN wireless technology emerge

    New SDN wireless technology uses intelligent controllers in the cloud to granularly direct traffic and policy among access points on premises.

    ITKE346,030 pointsBadges:
  • Air Force base capitalizes on wireless system from IBM

    An Air Force base in Utah has recruited a new wireless system from IBM that it believes will save millions of dollars -- and a lot of time -- moving parts for its fighter jets.

    SearchCIO4,500 pointsBadges:
  • Three B2B services make list of wireless vendors to watch

    IDC cites firms offering unified messaging, in-flight cell phones and a tool to parse wireless bills among those poised for success in 2005.

    SearchCIO4,500 pointsBadges:
  • Vendors square off over wideness of ultra wideband

    Many believe the short-range wireless technology could one day replace USB and make cords all but extinct, but the technology's future is a subject of intense debate.

    Eric Parizo2,595 pointsBadges:
  • GM cuts its wires, and its costs

    General Motors isn't new to using wireless technology, but in this case study the company's CTO says that its recent deployments around the world have helped the company cut costs and stay competitive.

    SearchCIO4,500 pointsBadges:
  • Expert: Hows, whats and whys of wireless

    Ever since wireless services for business started emerging, they have been adopted in fits and starts. A few good ideas have edged into some verticals, like manufacturing and field force, but widespread mobile adoption remains elusive. Tim Scannell, a site expert for SearchMobileComputing.com and...

    SearchCIO4,500 pointsBadges:
  • Price, convenience to drive wireless messaging

    Attendees at TechTarget's Enterprise Messaging Decisions conference say that BlackBerrys and other wireless messaging devices are only getting more popular, but security is still a concern.

    Brunola3,910 pointsBadges:
  • Wireless could unify networks, conference speakers say

    Sure, wireless gear is a culprit in the complexity of networks today. But it also has great potential to act as a unifying force to simplify and converge networks, according to speakers at the Gartner Wireless Access conference in Los Angeles.

    SearchCIO4,500 pointsBadges:
  • Going 3G: Can you hear me now?

    The decision to "go 3G" requires careful consideration. Here Lisa Phifer outlines several factors that will assist you in making an informed decision about when and how to invest in 3G wireless services.

    searchsecurity21,045 pointsBadges:

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