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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. … 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 … 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 … Read more >

Mobile World Congress 2010: Intel Continues its Commitment to Worldwide Mobile WiMAX

Guest repost from goingWimax.com by Sanjiv Gupta, Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer at Intel. With the backdrop of the revolutionary deals being made at the GSMA Mobile World Congress 2010 (held from February 15-18th at the Fira de Barcelona), such as … Read more >

IEEE 802.16m to the Rescue: Meeting the Exploding Mobile Internet Data Demand

Guest repost from goingWimax.com by Sanjiv Gupta, Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer at Intel. Commercially available Mobile WiMAX is here! Major networks have successfully rolled out worldwide with Clearwire in the U.S., UQ Communications in Japan, and Yota in Russia taking … Read more >