Monday, September 20, 2021

Eric Griffith

More Wi-Fi Means More Attacks

The trend seems to say: Wi-Fi users think they're invulnerable. AirDefense , the Alpharetta, Georgia-based maker of wireless LAN security, monitoring and intrusion detection solutions, has...

Older Palms Won’t Get Wi-Fi

SanDisk started selling a Secure Digital (SD) card that would support 802.11b in PDAs in late summer. The $129 product ships only with drivers for...

802.11g Speed Boost Now Available

Wi-Fi products are now available with support for the Super G speed boost promised months ago by Atheros Communications, the chipset maker behind many of the 802.11a,...

Intel Kicks Off New Unwire Campaign

When the Centrino Mobile brand for laptops -- those with a Pentium-M chip coupled with embedded Wi-Fi for connectivity -- shipped in March of 2003, Intel ...

Linksys: Top of the WLAN Heap

Research companies are now starting to report on the numbers for revenue and unit sales of wireless LAN products for the first quarter of 2003....

Wi-Fi: It Just Keeps Growing

Changes in the way WLANs are thought of and deployed in businesses might make this year the best yet for Wi-FI, but there's little denying...

Wi-Fi Alliance to Brand Public Hotspots

The Wi-Fi Alliance is launching a new program starting today to create a global brand for easier recognition of public access hotspots. The Wi-Fi ZONE program will...

Intersil Premieres 802.11g, Video Next Week

The Comdex show used to mean big booths with lots to see for all the paid attendees. However, not all the big names setup for the public,...

Launching: Mobile Operator Wireless LAN

Agere Systems and Proxim Corporation have both entered into strategic partnerships with Swedish mobile solutions provider Ericsson in an effort to push Wi-Fi-based public...

Latest Articles