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By: Meru Networks     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Pervasive wireless LAN deployments require much larger, broader deployment of Wi-Fi access points than hot spots, cafes or isolated guest access in the enterprise. Clearly new solutions and deployment methodologies should be considered to make pervasive wireless LAN deployments feasible and economical.
Tags : wlan, wireless lan, wifi, wi-fi, wlan deployment, pervasive wlan, ubiquitous wlan, microcells, macrocell, macrocells, meru, meru networks
     Meru Networks
By: Meru Networks     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Universities and colleges are among the most aggressive adopters of Wi-Fi technology. The trend toward more collaborative and open learning environments, fueled by the explosive adoption of mobile devices among students and faculty, makes higher education campuses fertile ground for wireless LANs.
Tags : university, college, wi-fi, wifi, wlan, education, institution, wireless lan, wireless lans, dormitory, dorm wifi, dorm wi-fi, meru, meru networks
     Meru Networks
By: Texas Instruments     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Download this whitepaper now and read how WLAN technology embedded in CE devices offers consumers a glimmer of hope that someday soon they will be free to experience their media content on their terms.
Tags : wireless, wlan, ce device, consumer electronics, electronics, digital media, vcr, tivo, home networking, texas intruments
     Texas Instruments
By: Texas Instruments     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Designing wireless local area networking (WLAN) capabilities into stationary customer electronics (CE) systems is most successful when certain design issues are considered early in the development cycle.
Tags : wireless lan, wlan, wlans, consumer electronics, ce systems, vcr, consumer electronic, ce design, digital media, product development, texas instruments
     Texas Instruments
By: PEAK Technologies, Inc.     Published Date: Apr 19, 2007
Download this paper now and read why many businesses now recognize that comprehensive management of their wireless device infrastructure is a crucial component of a total IT enterprise management solution.
Tags : wireless, infrastructure, wireless infrastructure, wireless device, wireless networking, wlan, mobile computing, it management, tco, total cost of ownership, peak, peak technologies
     PEAK Technologies, Inc.
By: Trapeze Networks     Published Date: Apr 16, 2007
This paper identifies the requirements for next-generation WLANs, examines the limitations of existing approaches, and describes an innovative WLAN architecture from Trapeze Networks called Smart Mobile™, which overcomes those limitations.
Tags : 802.11n, wireless, wi-fi, wireless local area network, wlan, wireless network, mobile, voice over ip, voip, voice over wlan, vowlanm, network access points, infrastructure, controllers, switches, network management, trapeze networks, cisco, aruba
     Trapeze Networks
By: Trapeze Networks     Published Date: Apr 16, 2007
This analyst report written by Stan Schatt, VP & Research Director, Networking at ABI Research  helps you decipher the WLAN security alphabet soup, understand architectural approaches to WLAN security, upcoming standards for roaming, load balancing and management frame encryption, and key security requirements that you should consider for you next WLAN deployment.
Tags : wi-fi, wireless, wlan, remote technologies, roaming, encryption, access point, service set identification, ssid, authentication, virtual local area network, vlan, switches, wids, wips, wireless security, wlan security, trapeze networks, cisco, aruba
     Trapeze Networks
By: TamoSoft     Published Date: Sep 28, 2007
This white paper examines the problems related to the deployment and usage of software-based network monitoring solutions, methods of achieving network traffic visibility in various network configurations that include hubs, switches, routers, etc.
Tags : monitoring, lan, wan, best practices, networking, wlan, wireless security, tamosoft
     TamoSoft
By: Orbitform Group     Published Date: Jan 07, 2009
Today, resistance welding takes many forms across numerous applications in diverse market seg-ments. While each company must decide the most efficient welding technology for its various operations, the parameters that govern such decisions often change, sometimes rather quickly over short time intervals. This means decision makers must constantly monitor welding processes to ensure the right technology is applied to each application and done so in a cost effective manner.
Tags : orbitform, welding process control, resistance welding, welding technology, wlan, wan, networking
     Orbitform Group
By: Motorola, Inc.     Published Date: Mar 10, 2009
Enterprise mobility has emerged as a top strategic initiative among leading global organizations. To benchmark the current state of Enterprise Mobility adoption, Motorola’s Enterprise Mobility business conducted independent research among a representative sample of enterprise mobility decision-makers, the chief purchasers of enterprise mobility solutions and various mobile workers within enterprise and commercial businesses.
Tags : enterprise mobility, motorola, manufacturing industry, mobile workers, digital two-way radio, voice-over-wlan, vowlan, tdma modulation
     Motorola, Inc.
By: BMC Control M     Published Date: Jul 22, 2009
Workload Automation (WLA) ist eine moderne Entwicklungsstufe des Job-Scheduling und dient zum Automatisieren von komplexen Verarbeitungsabläufen in der IT. Es unterstützt ereignisgesteuerte Workloads, unterschiedliche Plattformen, Webservices, komponentenbasierte Anwendungen (Composite Applications), SOAs, virtuelle Systeme, System- und Anwendungsintegration, Business Alignment (Abstimmung mit den Geschäftsprozessen) und vieles mehr.
Tags : workload, automation, smart, bmc, wla, ema, itil, soa, bmc conrol-m
     BMC Control M
By: BMC Control M     Published Date: Jul 22, 2009
L’automatisation de la charge de travail (Workload Automation ou WLA) est une version aboutie de la planification des tâches qui permet d’automatiser des traitements informatiques complexes et qui accepte des charges de travail basées sur des événements, des plates-formes multiples, des services Web, des applications composites, des architectures orientées services (SOA), des systèmes virtuels, l’intégration des systèmes et des applications, l’alignement des services métier, etc.
Tags : wla, ema, bmc control-m, soa
     BMC Control M
By: Phoenix Contact USA     Published Date: Nov 09, 2010
A WirelessHART gateway with WLAN connection means better communication, flexibility and increased efficiency for your HART sensor network.
Tags : industrial wireless technology, wirelesshart, wirelesshart gateway
     Phoenix Contact USA
By: HP and Intel Xeon processors     Published Date: May 08, 2012
See how HP is setting the benchmark for 802.11n performance with the industry's first three-spatial-stream 802.11n dual-radio access points.
Tags : smb, mobile, 802.11n, 802.11, dual-radio, mobile devices, access points, ethernet
     HP and Intel Xeon processors
By: HP and Intel Xeon processors     Published Date: Aug 23, 2012
The Wireless LAN (WLAN) market continues to be a source of innovation and differentiation despite an increase in feature commoditization and vendor consolidation.
Tags : wlan, infotech
     HP and Intel Xeon processors
By: HP and Intel Xeon processors     Published Date: Aug 23, 2012
As more and more enterprises like yours begin to see significant benefits from allowing employees to choose the device they use to get the jobs done.
Tags : byod, enterprises, cio, hp imc
     HP and Intel Xeon processors
By: CDW     Published Date: Nov 12, 2012
As mobility becomes commonplace, strategies for wireless and wired security must be woven together.
Tags : cdw, wireless, wired, security, wlans, endpoints, notebook computers, tablets, smartphones
     CDW
By: Ruckus Wireless     Published Date: Jul 11, 2018
In an era of "lean IT," the centralized management capabilities of cloud-managed Wi-Fi make it an attractive option to manage and maintain wireless LANs (WLANs) across multiple locations. The decision to move WLAN management to the cloud requires one key assurance: end-to-end security from user devices to the cloud. This means that user data must be protected over the WAN and in the data center. These security measures should not require on-staff WLAN security expertise to manage. And security measures should be largely transparent to users. This paper provides an overview of the security architecture of Ruckus Cloud Wi-Fi, as well as best practices for specific security scenarios.
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     Ruckus Wireless
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