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Mobile Wi-Fi is ready to hit at least one daily passenger train in the United States, but there are still wrinkles to smooth out before its ready for rail commuters everywhere.
Aruba uses new technology to minimize the on-site equipment needed to secure one of the most hostile conference environments in America.
Highlights wireless presentation gateway enabling multiple users simultaneous control of visual presentations with wireless ready PCs.
Steve Jobs announced several new products today at Macworld, almost all of which feature a Wi-Fi (802.11n draft) component.
Wireless LANs in the medical industry seemed to take some strides this week as Symbol and ReefEdge announce some major deployments to beef up hospital WLAN security; EMS Technologies hopes hospitals will go with the FLO of their mobile clinical workstations.
The nation's second largest public transit authority moves more than a million people every day. Today, the CTA announced its MetroMesh network (used mostly for speeding up maintenance) is fully deployed and operational.
After landing on shaky ground with EarthLink, the Corpus Christi, TX City Council last night voted to take back control of its Wi-Fi network.
New Cisco MOVE architecture debuts to deliver mobile video content.
Should your WLAN be just another part of the wired network, or a separate entity controlled with gateways? A look at solutions from Trapeze and Bluesocket that cover both areas may illuminate your needs.
These are not your father's firedrills. One school district in California works with Trapeze to deploy a WLAN that will help the whole community during emergencies and natural disasters.
Skyhook Wireless has partnered with Geodelic, developer of the new Android mobile application Sherpa, to provide Wi-Fi-based locationing for the free app.
Earthlink founder, chairman, launches Boingo Wireless to offer Wi-Fi services to customers nationwide at growing list of public hot-spots
The boon of finding free Wi-Fi access when traveling can come at a high price. A new airport Wi-Fi survey finds that high-risk APs and ad hocs are surprisingly common in terminals both in the U.S. and in Asia.
The hotspot product provider has created a partnership program to help expand its footprint, and one partnership in particular is set up to help provide public-access to government offices, from municipalities on up to federal.
Broadcom Corporation announced Tuesday three new Bluetooth + Wi-Fi modules designed for notebook PCs and netbooks.
Adaptive Radio Management (ARM) 2.0 uses standards-based infrastructure controls to force self-centered Wi-Fi clients to share the air more efficiently.
Wi-Fi Planet's contributors have unique opportunities to speak with some of the Wi-Fi industry's leading thinkers. From time to time, we publish excerpts from our interviews with some of these Wi-Fi wizards in our Industry Insiders series.
Systems integrators and conference planners might use the festival's well-received 802.11b network as a model for WLAN implementations in temporary environments. Find out why this installation was successful where some others haven't been.
With a shared focus on mobility and efficiency, Wi-Fi and healthcare are made for each other--and the addition of real time location systems makes them an even more perfect match.
Is anybody making any money from building Wi-Fi hotspots or reselling wireless access to these hotspots? WiFi Metro adds a new ripple to WISP opportunities for roaming the airwaves.