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March 11, 2010  5:07 PM

Wireless LAN market on fire, Motorola closing in on Aruba while Cisco slips



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Alcatel-Lucent, Aruba, Cisco, Dell'Oro, HP ProCurve, Meru, Motorola, wireless LAN

Market research firm dell'Oro Group has published its latest quarterly market update on the wireless LAN industry. According...

December 11, 2009  7:42 PM

New wireless standard with speed that slaughters 802.11n … in a very small world



Posted by: rivkalittle
60 GHz channel model, 802.11n, beamforming, WiGig 1.0, WiGig Alliance, Wireless Gigabit Alliance, wireless specification

A new wireless standard that outpaces 802.11n in speed by tenfold -- but at a much shorter range -- was approved by the Wireless Gigabit Alliance this week. The Multi-Gigabit Wireless...

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July 29, 2009  5:06 PM

Dell’Oro will adjust reporting after WLAN market share squabble



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Aruba, Dell'Oro, Meru, wireless LAN, Wireless networking

Earlier this month I wrote a story about how Aruba and Meru were both claiming second place in the 802.11n enterprise wireless LAN market based on the same numbers from Dell'Oro Group. There were a...


July 13, 2009  3:14 PM

This week in WLAN adoption: Schools love Ruckus, Aruba gets logistical



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Aruba, Ruckus Wireless, wireless LAN

Looking at last week's wireless LAN adoption news... Ruckus took the opportunity this week to announce that 24 colleges and universities have decided to install Ruckus' 802.11n wireless LAN technology over the last 90 days. The most recent school to sign on is Benedict College in Columbia,...


July 2, 2009  7:37 PM

This week in WLAN adoption: John Marshall Law buys Aerohive, Virginia Union Univ. buys Aruba



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Aerohive, Aruba, wireless LAN, Wireless networking

In a new semi-regular feature on The Network Hub, I'm going to provide a quick run-down of newly announced wireless LAN projects. I get a lot of press releases from WLAN vendors about customer wins. I don't get to write about all of them, but I can at least offer you a quick summary of the latest...


June 30, 2009  2:27 PM

Meru and Aruba both lay claim to second position in 802.11n WLAN market



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Aruba, Meru, Networking, wireless LAN, Wireless networking

Would the real second fiddle please stand up and take a bow? This week both Meru Networks and Aruba Networks have issued press releases claiming that they hold the second biggest share of the 802.11n wireless LAN market. Not only that - both vendors are citing the same research: Dell'Oro Group's...


June 18, 2009  9:07 PM

Wireless LAN spending is down, 802.11n spending is up



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Aruba, Cisco, HP ProCurve, Motorola, wireless LAN

Market analyst firm Dell'Oro published a 1st quarter assessment of the wireless LAN market which showed that a severe 11% drop in enterprise spending from the 1st...


May 15, 2009  8:35 PM

IEEE basics: Standards, wireless technology make communication convenient



Posted by: 2020viip
802.11n, IEEE, standards, Wireless

During the IEEE 125th anniversary celebration on Monday, I had the pleasure of meeting IEEE President John Vig and shooting a brief video with him. Here, Vig discusses how the IEEE is involved in promoting standards of interoperability, and the importance of technological contributions made by...


April 30, 2009  8:53 PM

Aruba is banging out the wireless LAN customer wins



Posted by: Shamus McGillicuddy
802.11n, Aruba, IBM, wireless LAN

Aruba Networks emails me quite often with wireless LAN customer wins. Either it is signing more customers than other WLAN vendors, or it simply publicizes its wins more often.  Usually I don't bother to write about this customer news, but a couple of recent announcements have caught my...


December 5, 2008  3:32 PM

Cisco tightens their belt while Aruba sharpens the ax



Posted by: Michael Morisy
802.11n, Aruba, Cisco, IPocolypse, Network, Wireless

homersimpson49.jpg The notoriously frugal Cisco is tightening their belts a little tighter, more or less


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