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Demystifying WiMAX Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) for Operators and Device Vendors

Guest post by Sanjiv Gupta, Intel Corp. Since the first historical mobile WiMAX network deployment by Clear over a year ago, there have been more than 600 WiMAX networks worldwide which have either commercially launched or have entered into a planning/pre-deployment stage. For new devices (WiMAX Forum Certified or other devices) entering a Greenfield network, [...] Read more >

Intel® Centrino® 802.11n Wi-Fi Gets Down to Business

Wireless network reliability and performance for businesses matter more than ever. Today’s mobile business environments with its bigger office documents, richer media content, and exploding applications, and growing diversity of Wi-Fi enabled devices demand faster and more reliable wireless networks. Wi-Fi is evolving to meet the needs for high performance and pervasive connectivity with 802.11n. [...] Read more >

My iPad Meets My WiFi

I was one of those first 300,000 that lined up at Apple Stores to get my Apple iPad. A buddy and I went to the Apple Store in Palo Alto, CA. The atmosphere was charged like a movie premier. We stood in the reservation line for about 20 minutes as TV news cameras rolled. One [...] Read more >

WiMAX, 3G and LTE: A Capacity Analysis

The mobile wireless industry is facing unprecedented challenges in meeting the data demands of their subscribers with their desire for fast, mobile Internet. Wireless technologies are often compared on theoretical peak data rates, but it’s actual capacity or spectral efficiency – the average realized data throughputs – is the real metric that wireless technologies should [...] Read more >

802.11n Wi-Fi: One Size Does Not Fit All

Considering a new notebook or netbook purchase? Of course, you’ll want 802.11n Wi-Fi built-in, but don’t assume that if the label says 802.11n, it’s all you need to know. You could find yourself with an underpowered 802.11n connection. 802.11n is dramatically different than its 802.11 Wi-Fi predecessors. It’s the first Wi-Fi specification that supports a [...] Read more >