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“Wireless” Vs. “Wire Free” — Uncompromised Productivity

Advances in technology have produced a comfortable wireless computing experience that allows us the ability to move beyond the tethers of Ethernet cables, but we still have a few more steps before we can confidently say, “We’re wire free.” The … Read more >

802.11ac in the Enterprise — A True Productivity Boost

As the enterprise integrates BYOD and mobility strategies, the burden placed on wireless access points in companies has increased exponentially. In the past, employees connected to wireless networks on one primary device such as a laptop, and 802.11b/g/n routers were … Read more >

Free Wi-Fi Calling Is Here — Is Your Router Ready?

With more and more mobile device manufacturers including Wi-Fi call capabilities in their products, and major mobile carriers competing to offer free Wi-Fi calls, now is a good time to familiarize yourself with the ins and outs of this new … Read more >

Buying A New Device? Don’t Get Shortchanged On Your Wireless Speeds

Even with new 802.11ac wireless technology available to device manufacturers, many companies are still putting older, slower 802.11bgn wireless cards in their devices. From laptops to smart TVs, it’s important to know exactly what you’re getting before you buy. 802.11b/g/n … Read more >

The 802.11ac Wireless Home Is A Happy Home

The fast-approaching “Internet of Things” is already placing unforeseen burdens on older wireless access points. Now that almost every new device has some kind of wireless connectivity, it’s becoming very clear why you should upgrade to devices featuring 802.11ac Wi-Fi. … Read more >

World’s Smallest Standalone 3G Modem Aims to Make Large Impact on the Internet of Things

At the heart of the Internet of Things lies the convergence of computing and connectivity, where even the tiniest of everyday devices—or “things”—can have massive computing capability and intelligence though its connection to the cloud. Today, we commercially launched the … Read more >

Intel Wireless-AC: Why the New Standard Matters

The last time wireless standards were upgraded was with 802.11n Wi-Fi in 2007. The old standard was great for home use where one or two laptops were connected to the network. But things have changed. Today’s connected households have way … Read more >

The Greatest Challenge Facing Telecom Executives Today

Communications networks are changing at an unprecedented clip. Proprietary systems within the network designed with a single capability are starting to give way to those constructed on compute platforms built on open standards, thus allowing for interoperable products and the … Read more >