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5 Trends in Carrier Wi-Fi

  • 2nd January 2013

Carrier Wi-Fi will get bigger in 2013 as operators expand their 802.11 footprints and look for smoother ways to move between hotspots and 4G. Here’s a look at the trends they’ll be riding. Gigabit Wi-Fi: The new 802.11ac standard — sometimes known as 5G Wireless — could push Wi-Fi speeds…

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Wi-Fi: Economical solution to international roaming

  • 2nd January 2013

Wi-Fi: Taking the Strain for Cellular – Broadband – Telecom News Analysis – Light Reading Mobile. In addition to making the most of licensed spectrum, Wi-Fi is one of the more economical ways to deliver international roaming, especially as the industry moves to LTE and needs to figure out how…

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Green ICT and Wireless Technologies

  • 5th December 2012

The world is witnessing tremendous innovation in wireless technologies, leading to significant changes in how humans and machines interact with one another. These new wireless technologies and the changes they support are generating exciting opportunities to address environmental impacts in a range of fields, from agriculture to utilities. Wireless enables…

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Uptime drives improvements in data centre efficiency

  • 4th December 2012

The Uptime Institute Blog » Blog Archive » Important to recognize the dramatic improvement in data center efficiency. Companies are taking a number of steps to improve data center efficiency, especially related to airflow containment, increased inlet air temperature on servers, and increased monitoring of cooling. This is a positive…

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Wi-Fi and Health | Wi-Fi Alliance

  • 4th December 2012

Wi-Fi and Health The Wi-Fi Alliance takes any concern about the alleged health impact of Wi-Fi technology seriously. Although questions have been raised, a range of scientific research undertaken to-date concludes there is no evidence that low-power wireless networks pose health threats to users or to the general public. Wi-Fi…

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