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EarthLink founder Sky Dayton says his company can make anyone a hotspot operator with very little complaints coming from ISPs.
The telco giant plans to build 802.11b-compliant 'hotspot' extensions of its broadband service in New York, using existing pay phones as the distribution vehicle.
The Netherlands-based electronics company is buying up the German multi-band wireless company behind the yet to be released Tondelayo dual-band chip that will support 802.11a/b/g.
A run down of the latest and sometimes greatest products using wireless at the end of the year.
The service provider offers wireless networking gear to its broadband customers, the latest example of Wi-Fi for competitive advantage.
SBC rolls out a two-pronged pricing strategy while Verizon cuts its New York deployment in half.
Wireless for students isn't a given. This law school went beyond a commercial gateway deployment to develop a system putting professors in charge of classroom Internet access.
EdgeFocus is creating an interesting niche business providing wireless access for residents throughout apartment buildings.
The WMM test is an early check for Quality of Service for voice and video in wireless products -- months before the 802.11e QoS standard is done.
A newly deployed wireless network is providing Internet access to a potential base of 195,000 rural and suburban users in Oregon, and that's only the beginning; plans include eventual consumer voice services.
Not by installing a network, but by providing advertising and services on MetroFis network in Portland, Oregon.
The latest Wi-Fi goodies.
Whisher's wish? Internet access and community applications like IM shared by the wireless masses, but with no extra hardware beyond the laptop.
The latest in Dell's Latitude line of laptops will be getting 802.11b integrated as the company enters a deal to give its users discounts at Wayport-powered hotspots.
Colubris provided an access point to the FIRST Robotics club, giving a leg up to wireless-equipped competitors.
The wireless networking company pitches a new product to help managers track inventory by using real-time location tags.
Comcast recently rolled out a free Wi-Fi deployment in beta at 100 New Jersey rail stations.
Antenna maker Ethertronics is shipping the new JI Standard Embedded, a short range antenna for the 2.4GHz band for OEMs wanting to get products to market quickly.
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