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802.11n


July 5, 2016  11:37 AM

Cloudy WiFi? Why Not?

Steve Broadhead Steve Broadhead Profile: Steve Broadhead
802.11n, cloud, Cloud Services, TP link, Wifi, WLAN, Xirrus

WiFi/WLAN is taken so much for granted nowadays, that it's easy to forget just how far it has come in recent years. Given that it took around 15 years to get from proprietary 1Mbps technologies such as those offered by NCR (WaveLAN) and Olivetti (can't remember the product name, except that they...

April 8, 2009  11:34 AM

Who Really Owns The 802.11 In Your WiFi?

Steve Broadhead Steve Broadhead Profile: Steve Broadhead
802.11n, D-Link, Dell, HP, Infra-Red, Microsoft, ProCurve, RF, Supergold, WLAN

Interesting news from our friend HP (especially since I'm testing ProCurve newly acquired from Colubris WLAN controller) in that it has settled confidentially with Australia's science agency CSIRO which has a longstanding patent claim against many of the well-known WLAN product vendors.


March 28, 2009  10:52 AM

The Wonders Of Wireless…

Steve Broadhead Steve Broadhead Profile: Steve Broadhead
802.11n, Mobile data, NetMotion, ProCurve

Folks who work in IT - like myself - often tend to take technology somewhat for granted.

It's only when you get on a train at King's Cross, en route to Leeds and the mighty Elland Road, and find free WiFi all the way up the line - and it works - so you can write blogs like this one,...


November 14, 2008  3:25 PM

802.11meatballs

Steve Broadhead Steve Broadhead Profile: Steve Broadhead
802.11n, Colubris, ProCurve, WLAN

Why is it that all the furniture in Sweden looks like it was obtained during a raid on IKEA and that, everywhere, you are offered meatballs?

Even at the launch of ProCurve's newly acquired Colubris WLAN technology in Stockholm, meatballs figured heavily (literally) in many conversations....


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