Heading To The Market Place
- Intel's integration of WLAN sets alarm bells ringing. // Electronics Weekly;9/18/2002, Issue 2068, p18
Discusses issues related to Intel's integration of wireless local area networks (WLAN) transceiver technology. Incorporation of WLAN capabilities into Intel's forthcoming mobile computing platform; Potential effect on the WLAN add-on card market; Argument against the integration.
- Cutting the corporate cables. // Computer Weekly;3/13/2003, p40
Focuses on ways in which business enterprises can overcome challenges faced in implementation of wireless networks (WLan). Hotdesking is one way of maximizing the return on investment of a WLan. Companies with many mobile staff such as sales-people who return to the office sporadically, or who...
- Intel gets UK go-ahead for wireless LAN move. Reynolds, Melanie // Electronics Weekly;6/5/2002, Issue 2055, p2
Reports on the availability of Intel Corporation's 802.11a high speed wireless local area network products for use in Great Britain. Countries in Europe that have all approved the use of the standard in specific bands of the 5.2 gigahertz frequency; Maximum data rates the standard could offer.
- Wireless gathers steam. Moore, Cathleen; Schwartz, Ephraim; Neel, Dan // InfoWorld;03/20/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p12
Reports on the companies that are adopting the 802.11b standard for wireless local area networks (LAN) access to corporate data. What tempted enterprises in using the high-speed wireless LAN; Companies that are incorporating wireless technology into notebook systems; What brought Intel Corp. to...
- IDF: Intel Details Next-Generation Wireless. Davis, Jessica // Electronic News;9/22/2003, Vol. 49 Issue 38, pN.PAG
Provides information on Intel Corporation's next generation of wireless mobility products discussed during a keynote address in September 2003 at Intel Developers Forum. Information on an integrated 802.11 a/b/g wireless local area network capability; Convergence in personal digital assistant...
- Intel strides deeper into wireless with chip news. Meyer, Dan // RCR Wireless News;7/14/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 28, p13
Reports on the partnership between Intel Corp. and AT&T Wireless Services Inc. for the distribution of wide area network and wireless local area network services in the U.S. in July 2003. Terms of the agreement; Information on the plans of Intel to develop silicon products; Other projects of...
- Group aims to set foundation for wedding Wi-Fi, cellular. Omatseye, Sam // RCR Wireless News;9/13/2004, Vol. 23 Issue 37, p27
Focuses on the plan of the Unlicensed Mobile Access group to combine cellular and wireless local area networks in preparation for the alliance of the wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) technology. List of wireless carriers included in the group; Efforts of the carriers to connect cellular infrastructure...
- Remote control. Abernethy, Wi-Fi Mark // Bulletin with Newsweek;2/24/2004, Vol. 122 Issue 6409, p50
Wireless broadband is a growth technology in companies where productivity and flexibility are paramount as of February 24, 2004. It's an "access technology" that sits on top of the existing local area network (LAN). But whereas most businesses plug into their LAN with a blue data cable, wireless...
- Intel's LANDesk aids IS departments. Walsh, Jeff // InfoWorld;09/09/96, Vol. 18 Issue 37, p61
Reports that Intel Corp. is planning an application for its LANDesk technology. Configuration management of the nodes on information systems departments' local area network; Deployment of uniform desktops across an organization.