As faster wireless 802.11n networks gain adoption, organisations want to deploy planning tools to deal with complexities in rolling out the new technology and to keep the networks secure.
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Apple Inc.'s iPhone 3G has a powerful browser and faster wireless connections to all kinds of data and multimedia, but those features may be too much of a good thing for international business travelers paying data roaming rates.
Palm Inc. and Sprint Nextel Corp. Monday announced the Palm Treo 800w smart phone, calling it a device most suited for business users and not a direct competitor to the iPhone 3G launched Friday.
The marketing prowess of Apple is legendary, a reputation that was bolstered again Tuesday by a slick 30-minute online video that offers a guided tour of the iPhone 3G coming July 11.
Cisco Systems Tuesday announced new data center virtualisation software that builds on a Data Center 3.0 program it launched a year ago.
While much of the attention in the US smart phone market is on the next-generation iPhone, which was revealed by Apple on Monday, the global leader for smart-phone sales is still Nokia, analyst firm Gartner said in a report released Friday.
Research in Motion (RIM) Ltd.'s BlackBerry outpaced Apple Inc.'s iPhone in U.S. first quarter sales, and actually increased the gap between the two when compared with the last quarter of 2007, according to research by IDC.
Cisco Systems Wednesday announced a networking appliance designed to support mobile applications being deployed by companies over both wired and wireless networks.
A touch-screen capable BlackBerry is in the works, according to reports, and is expected to be introduced sometime in the third quarter by Verizon Wireless and Vodafone Group PLC in Europe.
Cisco Systems announced the Nexus 5000 series of server access switches for use in data centers to consolidate storage, networking and virtualization functions.
Microsoft Tuesday announced improvements to Windows Mobile, including a plan to add desktop-browsing quality seen in Internet Explorer for new smartphones by the end of the year.
Several major networking companies have plans to introduce unified communications-related products at the VoiceCon Orlando conference that kicks off Monday.
Motorola has announced a new wireless LAN switch and a new wi-fi access point, both designed to support the faster 802.11n draft specification.
Cisco Systems has announced products designed to speed up and improve application delivery over networks.
Wireless power to recharge cell phones, laptops and other devices was demonstrated at the Consumer Electronics Show this week by at least two vendors whose products are expected to reach consumers later this year.
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