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Magazine articles on network hardware, security, and management.
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IEEE Spectrum
July 2006
Steven Cherry
Wi-Fi Nodes to Talk Amongst Themselves A new standard for mesh technologies will lower the costs of citywide wireless networks. mark for My Articles 97 similar articles
PC World
August 2006
Edward N. Albro
Google Mini Is a Mighty Search Tool Search appliance for business networks and Web sites can be hard to set up, but it does the job fast and well. mark for My Articles 1735 similar articles
June 27, 2006
Clint Boulton
Ethernet, InfiniBand Side by Side Ethernet and InfiniBand in one platform sums up Cisco's latest networking maneuver. mark for My Articles 414 similar articles
July 2006
Amanda C. Kooser
Means to an "n" It's not official yet, but you can get faster Wi-Fi now. mark for My Articles 341 similar articles
June 15, 2006
Tim Scannell
Too Soon, Too Little for 802.11n? Pre-802.1n wireless devices hit the market fast. Maybe too fast. mark for My Articles 105 similar articles
June 9, 2006
Sean Michael Kerner
Who Wants Metro Ethernet? Cisco, Juniper and Nortel roll out new products and services to help bring Ethernet to everyone who wants it. But not everyone does. mark for My Articles 281 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
June 2006
Wendy Chretien
A Whole New World of Wi-Fi Think you have a handle on wireless technology in K-12? Not so fast. New standards and technical breakthroughs are about to alter the landscape again. mark for My Articles 131 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
June 2006
Doug Gale
What's in a Name? In today's high-tech educational environment, the process of creating and securing network identities is more problematic than ever. mark for My Articles 293 similar articles
June 7, 2006
David Needle
Expect an Explosion of Connectivity In the next few years Intel predicts the number of radio technologies that connect mobile users to the Internet and each other to expand beyond Wi-Fi to include GPS, DVB, WiMax, UWB and 3G. mark for My Articles 1142 similar articles
PC Magazine
May 31, 2006
Oliver Kaven
Expert View: Speed Claims Exposed Look on the shelves at major electronics stores and you'll see wireless routers that make all sorts of speed claims: 108, 300, even 400 Mbps. What's the truth? mark for My Articles 103 similar articles
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