Mobile and wireless network technology
- February 24, 2004
This past week was a busy one for Cisco Systems Inc. The networking giant found itself in an unusual position: playing catch up with its competitors. Oddly enough, in this case, that's a good thing.
- May 01, 2003
If your company could have T1 service without paying to install the T1 line, wouldn't it be a no-brainer? If Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access Inc., or WiMax Forum, has its way, that very scenario may become reality in just a few years...
- April 15, 2003
Mobile device vendors have stopped selling platforms and started selling applications that target specific business processes. According to a Yankee Group analyst, the emergence of more useful, prepackaged mobile applications to access networked ...
- March 27, 2003
An analyst who spoke at this week's Gartner Symposium/ITxpo says that long-term success with mobile devices in the enterprise will require IT managers to take control of the proliferating PDAs and smart phones in their workforces today; they must ...
- September 18, 2002
Wireless VoIP phones a clear choice for some.
- September 16, 2002
The Internet has quickly exceeded expectations, and IPv4, which was released in 1980, is creaking. This article from IT-Director.com explains the problems, and looks toward IPv6 and the benefits it offers.
- May 16, 2002
VPNs are hot and getting hotter said a Nokia executive at VPNcon this week.
- January 07, 2002
Among the networking industry announcements in this week's searchNetworking Quick Takes, items from: Nextel, Inciscent, Cox, Cisco, Agilent, Intersil and Marvell.
- December 27, 2001
We asked our site experts to give us their industry predictions for the New Year. Here's what Neil Plotnick had to say.
- December 27, 2001
We asked our site experts to give us their industry predictions for the New Year. Here's what Ed Tittel had to say.
- November 08, 2001
Broadband wireless technologies, which promise high throughput, incredibly fast deployment times, an increasing range of reliability and value-added services, are starting to look sweeter and sweeter.