Some Like Their Networks Hot
- Compaq Pumps Wireless to 11 mbps. Rist, Oliver // PC World;Feb2000, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p88
Evaluates the WL Series of wireless local area network (LAN) from Compaq Computer. Data transfer rate; Testing of beta versions of Access Point hardware and wireless LAN personal computer (PC) cards; Installation; Performance; Features; Recommendations.
- Compaq uses Intersil WLAN chipsets in high speed wireless networking products. // Wireless Design & Development;Apr2000, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p89
Reports that Compaq Computer Corp. has selected the PRISM II wireless local area network (WLAN) of Intersil Corp. Speed of the wireless connections of the PRISM II; Reputation of PRISM for its high integration and performance.
- Short Takes. // Network World;6/20/2005, Vol. 22 Issue 24, p19
Reports on developments in the computer industry in the U.S. Selection by Microsoft Corp. of Aruba Wireless Networks to upgrade the company's global wireless local area network; Availability of Symantec Corp.'s Critical System Protection 4.5, an upgrade to the host-based intrusion-prevention...
- News Bits. // Network World;12/13/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 50, p6
The article reports on certain new developments in the computer software industry. Microsoft Corp. last week began soliciting for beta testers of a Windows Server version, code-named R2, which it plans to ship next October. The first beta will begin this month with a limited number of testers....
- News Bits. // Network World;5/3/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 18, p6
Several news reports on developments in wireless communication systems, gathered as of May 3, 2004, are presented. The Cisco Systems Inc. is expected to improve its wireless local area network (WLAN) offerings by adding WLAN features to its Catalyst switches. Two companies targeted by the SCO...
- Compaq greases the DSL skids. Greene, Tim // Network World;10/13/97, Vol. 14 Issue 41, p1
Discloses Compaq Computer Corp.'s digital subscriber line (DSL) and Gigabit Ethernet initiatives. Part of its scheme to become a network powerhouse; Expansion of its local area network offerings; Teamup with another vendor to provide a DSL board enabling users to connect to network backbones at...
- Microsoft sends mixed signals. Nobel, Carmen // eWeek;11/12/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 44, p16
Reports the support of Microsoft Corp. for the certification of wireless local area network technology in the United States. Grant of certification for 802.11a products; Need for backward compatibility radio to have support; Importance of certification to chip and radio makers.
- Microsoft solution. Broderick, John; Gano, Seth // InfoWorld;07/28/97, Vol. 19 Issue 30, p86
Features Microsoft Corp.'s remote local area network (LAN) access solution which uses the company's Windows NT Server 4.0 and Netaccess Inc.'s Netaccess MPM-8 modem card. Installation; Features; Capabilities; Ownership costs.
- Mobility Gets Boost. Blau, John; Krazit, Tom // InfoWorld;10/20/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 41, p24
Focuses on the plans of several companies to imbue products with Bluetooth and wireless local area networks. Information on the wireless provisioning services of Microsoft; Background on Axim personal digital assistant, introduced by Dell; Details of the wireless MobileXpress service of InfoNet.