Verizon Deals for More Spectrum as AT&T Lashes Out at FCC
By Thor Olavsrud | Article Published December 02, 2011
Verizon announced a $3.6 billion agreement to acquire wireless spectrum from three cable companies. Meanwhile, AT&T castigated the FCC for what it called a slanted analysis of its own bid for additional spectrum: the $39 billion acquisition of T-Mobile.
Tags: mobile, FCC, spectrum, Verizon, AT&T
FCC Boss Takes Spectrum Shortfall Warning to CES
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published January 07, 2011
Chairman Julius Genachowski warns that the mobile revolution so heavily promoted this week at CES might never come to pass if the government can't free up new bands of spectrum.
Tags: FCC, spectrum, CES, mobile broadband, tablet computers
FCC Lays Spectrum Blueprint
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published October 25, 2010
Reiterating warnings about a looming spectrum shortfall, Federal Communications Commission outlines steps to free up more airwaves for mobile broadband networks.
Tags: wireless, networking, FCC, spectrum, mobile broadband
The Winding Road to Spectrum Reform
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published April 05, 2010
Broadcasters gear up for a fight against the FCC's proposal to reclaim spectrum from television service for wireless broadband, while open Internet advocates warn against a rigid auction model.
Tags: wireless, FCC, broadband, spectrum, broadcasters
Is In-Flight Wi-Fi Cleared for Take Off?
By Naomi Graychase | Article Published August 19, 2009
After years of false starts, it appears airplane travelers will have easier access to the Internet.
Tags: services, FCC, HP, Wi-Fi, spectrum
Mobile Allies: Sybase, Amazon, Samsung
By Alex Goldman | Article Published May 17, 2009
Sybase shows great flexibility as it works with a diverse blend of app vendors and device companies.
Tags: open source, services, virtualization, iPhone, spectrum
Big Business Adores Open Source
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 26, 2009
At an industry gathering, Big Blue, Sun Microsystems and Microsoft promote the advantages of open source.
Tags: open source, Linux, Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, spectrum
2008: The Year in VoIP
By Adam Stone | Article Published December 30, 2008
It was a year in whichin addition to continued strong enterprise uptake of VoIPimportant new trends and new ideas emerged for IP communications.
Tags: Google, services, Microsoft, wireless, spectrum
4 Virtualization Predictions for 2009
By Amy Newman | Article Published December 29, 2008
Virtual Speaking: Economic uncertainty may work to virtualization's advantage in 2009, but only for enterprises that understand the technology. Here are four key trends to watch for in the new year.
Tags: search, wireless, virtualization, spectrum, VMware
Sun's Unwired Motherboard Plans
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published December 24, 2008
Cutting the wires doesn't just work on networking, it could also greatly increase CPU-to-memory communications. That's if Sun has its way.
Tags: wireless, chips, marketing, Sun Microsystems, spectrum
12 Best Wi-Fi Gifts for Business Users
By Joseph Moran | Article Published December 10, 2008
Whether youre a small business owner, a work-at-homer, a road warrior--or looking to give a gift to one--state-of-the-art Wi-Fi equipment and accessories are feasible for almost any budget.
Tags: Microsoft, wireless, HP, spectrum, Verizon
Where Do McCain and Obama Stand on Tech?
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published November 03, 2008
With one day to go until the election, do you know the candidates' stances on key IT issues?
Tags: search, privacy, spectrum, Net Neutrality, policy
Report Says Leftward Tilt Online For Dems
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published October 26, 2008
Election frenzy grips the Web, but several research firms identify a left-leaning tilt.
Tags: video, Facebook, services, spectrum, MySpace
Mr. Wi-Fi Goes to Washington?
By Jeff Goldman | Article Published October 23, 2008
Obamas and McCains policies regarding wireless technology and the Internet may not be front and center in media coverage of their campaigns, but their differences are worth a look.
Tags: services, wireless, FCC, spectrum, policy
FCC Says 'White Spaces' Can Work for Net Access
By Judy Mottl | Article Published October 16, 2008
A major victory for tech firms as testing finds little risk of interference, clearing the way for a vote on opening the spectrum.
Tags: Google, Microsoft, wireless, FCC, spectrum
EMC Celerra NS20: Economical, Not Economy Class Storage
By Drew Robb | Article Published September 29, 2008
Company's unified storage gear makes headway thanks to ease of use, multi-protocol flexibility and an abundance of features.
Tags: Windows, Microsoft, Dell, HP, spectrum
Bluetooth to Capitalize on Wi-Fi, UWB
By Naomi Graychase | Article Published September 11, 2008
A new architecture currently in development will allow Bluetooth to harness Wi-Fi and eventually UWB to achieve greater data transfer rates.
Tags: wireless, chips, spectrum, Verizon, Congress
FCC Concedes to Testing on Free Internet Plan
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published September 02, 2008
Amid pressure from T-Mobile and other carriers, commission agrees to conduct interference testing ahead of new spectrum auction.
Tags: services, wireless, FCC, spectrum, carriers
LSI Goes Full Steam Ahead with 6 Gig SAS
By Drew Robb | Article Published September 02, 2008
Anticipating blistering 6 Gb/s SAS adoption, LSI gets to work on gear for faster, high performance enterprise storage systems.
Tags: Specification, Dell, FCC, CA, spectrum
Tip of the Trade: Clusters with Condor
By Juliet Kemp | Article Published July 30, 2008
Condor makes clustering and distributed computing possible for budget-conscious enterprises.
Tags: server, support, spectrum, policy, desktop
Mobile Vendors Debate the 'Open' Future
By David Needle | Article Published July 27, 2008
Google, Nokia, Verizon -- plus a key iPhone supporter -- weigh in on the open mobile world.
Tags: Google, wireless, spectrum, Verizon, carriers
Oracle Fuses BI, Performance Management
By Richard Adhikari | Article Published July 21, 2008
UPDATED: Oracle's integration of PeopleSoft and Hyperion aims to help businesses manage costs.
Tags: Oracle, middleware, marketing, SAP, spectrum
Social Networking Meets the Mainstream
By Susan Kuchinskas | Article Published July 12, 2008
Consumers fast becoming regular users, but is business catching up?
Tags: Facebook, social networking, spectrum, MySpace, carriers
Who's Ahead in the 4G Race?
By Judy Mottl | Article Published June 22, 2008
Yes, the race is on to the next version of the mobile Web. Here's a look at who's in what camp and who's got the lead.
Tags: Google, wireless, spectrum, carriers, Wimax
Emailers Still Struggling with Authentication
By Ray Everett-Church | Article Published June 20, 2008
While over 50 percent of email is authenticated in some fashion, smaller companies lag behind in this key security concern.
Tags: services, consumer, marketing, privacy, spectrum
Cisco VoIP: Getting to Mobililty
By Ted Stevenson | Article Published June 13, 2008
The networking infrastructure giant has long dominated the IP PBX market; it now seeks to extend its domain to mobile phones.
Tags: services, wireless, spectrum, carriers, voice
10 Server Room Must-Haves
By ServerWatch Staff | Article Published June 05, 2008
The ServerWatch Product Excellence Awards results are in. Find out what this year's choices are for favorite gear and tools.
Tags: search, virtualization, Dell, spectrum, VMware
FCC chair grilled on U.S.'s abysmal broadband speeds
By Christopher Saunders | Article Published June 01, 2008
Walt Mossberg asks some tough questions.
Tags: Google, wireless, FCC, spectrum, Verizon
Minimize WLAN Interference
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published May 20, 2008
Interference from microwaves, 2.4GHz phones, Bluetooth-enabled devices, or other RF sources can degrade the performance of your wireless LAN. We show you how to identify and avoid interfering signals.
Tags: services, wireless, Cisco, spectrum, voice
Google Vows Broader Open Wireless Access Fight
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published April 07, 2008
Now free to speak its mind, the search leader pledges to continue working for wireless network openness, while debate remains heated about FCC oversight.
Tags: Google, server, support, wireless, IT, FCC, HP, servers, spectrum, Verizon, media, InternetNews.com