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Local investors have stepped in to save Philadelphia's doomed Wi-Fi network. But can their plan, which is partly based on the yet-to-be-successful ad-driven and non-profit models, really work?
We spoke to a prominent wireless industry analyst about the future of the dual mode technology known as Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA).
Cisco's wireless home networking unit unveils new antennas to bolster range and signals.
Jupiter Research finds public Wi-Fi hotspots growing like wildfire but users still standing back.
It only seems like Intel is the only newsmaker in the world of Wi-Fi this week. Other chipmakers have things to say -- sometimes about the Centrino platform and a few about their own products -- but all will probably feel the Centrino impact.
Complaints and petitions to the FCC from users of the same 2.4GHz band that is used by 802.11 devices seek to derail expansion of wireless networks.
After an appeal in the US Eastern District of Texas Court, it turns out Buffalo Technology still can't sell you a router in the U.S.
Channeling through HP's new iPAQ Pocket PCs h4150 and h4350 handhelds, the Dallas-based chipmaker shows the two wireless technologies can get along.
The start up raises the curtain on technology that leverages Wi-Fi to give power utilities the capability to challenge telcos and cable operators for the broadband access market.
Citing strong demand from investors and customers, the wireless Internet provider doubles its planned coverage area to 22 states.
Soutwest Airlines today announced that it plans to deploy Wi-Fi fleetwide by 2010.
New large venue focused solutions includes enhanced access point and new antenna technology that aims to deliver wireless access for stadiums.
This proposed standard for centralizing control of the WLAN could be the solution to all the headaches of ever-growing enterprise networks. Then again, maybe not.
CIOUpdate columnist Marcia Gulesia thinks the next generation of Wi-Fi--she calls it "Wi-Fi 2.0" or "Wi-Fi on steroids"--is almost here. Just a few more hurdles to go and we could be accessing broadband almost everywhere, she says.
Installing wireless video cameras is easy, and can improve the physical security of your facility. Learn what you need in order to deploy video surveillance solutions over wireless networks.
For carriers afraid of losing money or not being able to manage large scale Wi-Fi deployments, Tatara Systems offers a solution they say will keep costs low and help customers start gaining revenue sooner rather than later.
The downtown area of Park City, UT, is blanketed with free 802.11b-based Internet access for the producers, directors, stars and moguls attending Robert Redford's annual film festival.
This startup says standard Wi-Fi and even WiMax are already outdated compared to what it plans to do with the far off standard of IEEE 802.22 for 'WRANs'.
For people who prefer a non-iPod portable movie player, the 605 WiFi is an excellent choice. It's slim enough to carry anywhere, but offers a big movie experience.
Nomadix sees a rosy future for its WiFi offerings, including hotspot-management software and VPN-management tools -- and those tools are on prominent display at the 80211 Planet Conference & Expo.