WECA Marks Growth, Challenges
- Industry Discounts Berkley Team Security Concerns. Albright, Peggy // Wireless Week;02/12/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p16
Deals with a report published by researchers from the University of California at Berkeley regarding several weaknesses that make data transmission vulnerable to eaves-dropping and message tampering. Security limitations in the wireless Ethernet standard IEEE 802.11b; Remarks from Phil...
- Wireless Ethernet Alliance extends compatibility initiative. Schweber, Bill // EDN;04/13/2000, Vol. 45 Issue 8, p30
Reports on the Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance's establishment of standards for high-rate-wireless-local area network products. Increase in the number of organization members; Implementation of interoperability tests; Contact information.
- Making connections. Rubenstein, Roy // Total Telecom Magazine;Oct2007, p32
The article discusses issues related to multi-protocol label switching (MPLS). According to the article, MPLS is being forced into the spotlight as operators move to next-generation converged networks and increasingly adopt Ethernet services and transport. MPLS has finally come into adulthood...
- `FastWireless' Group Pushes High-Speed Spec. Spangler, Todd // Inter@ctive Week;08/23/99, Vol. 6 Issue 34, p8
Focuses on the creation of the Wireless Ethernet Compatibility Alliance to promote the IEEE 802.11 High-Rate standard for wireless networking. Founding members of the alliance; Capabilities of the High-Rate standard; Significant order of business for the alliance; Marketing plans of the...
- A Tiger's tale. McGarvey, Joe // America's Network;7/1/2002, Vol. 106 Issue 10, p12
Talks about the state of regional bell operating companies (RBOC) in the U.S. Effect of the introduction of Internet Protocol (IP)-based virtual private networks (VPN) and Ethernet services by the RBOC companies on revenue base; Reason the RBOC companies are adopting the IP VPN services.
- IP storage NICs may disappoint. Connor, Deni // Network World;2/25/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p1
Focuses on the expectations of users to interoperate first Internet protocol storage (iSCI) adapters with Gigabit Ethernet adapters. Design of iSCI network interface cards (NIC); Disadvantages and advantages of NIC; Hardware requirements to make iSCI and Ethernet adapters work effectively.
- Carrier-Class Ethernet in an Optical World. Sistanizadeh, Kamran // Telecommunications - Americas Edition;Sep2000, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p28
Focuses on the adoption of standards aimed at providing Ethernet architectures with key components. Emergence of Ethernet service providers; Concept of jumbo frames; Rapid reconfiguration of spanning tree; Developments in network management.
- ADDING A TOUCH OF CLASS TO ETHERNET. Gubbins, Ed // Telephony;8/15/2005, Vol. 246 Issue 15, p22
Reports on the launch of three new classes of service (COS) for Verizon Communications Inc.'s Ethernet in the U.S. Initiation of offering service level agreements for the new classes; Use of broadband Ethernet pipe as customers' primary access to the network; Plan of the company to add COS to...
- Worldwide hot spots to number 100,000. // RCR Wireless News;11/7/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 45, p26
Reports on the expected increase in the worldwide public wireless-fidelity (Wi-Fi) market by the end of 2005. Estimated number of worldwide hot spots at the end of second quarter of 2005; Fastest-growing Wi-Fi operator in Australia.