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Samsung Electronics joins WiMAX Forum as principal member

December 28, 2004

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has become a principal member of the WiMAX Forum.

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Montreal Police Service implements wireless CAD system

December 20, 2004

The Montreal Police Service’s 4,000 officers can now obtain emergency information through a secure public wireless…

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Nortel, mm02 complete HSDPA broadband tests

December 16, 2004

Nortel Networks Inc. and mobile operator mmO2 plc have successfully completed a series of live wireless calls using…

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Fujitsu, PARC sign research agreement

December 14, 2004

Fujitsu Ltd. and the Palo Alto Research Center Inc. (PARC), a subsidiary of Xerox Corp., have signed a multi-year j…

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Ericsson joins WiMAX Forum

December 13, 2004

Ericsson announced today it has signed on with the WiMAX Forum as a principal member.

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ADC releases TrueNet structured cabling system

December 3, 2004

ADC Corp. recently introduced the TrueNet structured cabling system, the integrated portfolio of enterprise network…

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Meta: IT slowly starting to dip into WLAN

November 17, 2004

IT organizations have slowly begun to dip their feet into the Wireless Land Area Network (WLAN) waters.

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Fujitsu white paper examines state of WiMAX industry

November 15, 2004

Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. (FMA) has released a white paper, “RF Spectrum Utilization in WiMAX,” which…

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AirBlock releases offering to combat wireless attacks

November 8, 2004

Companies today are more vulnerable than ever to wireless attacks, with the majority not even realizing the severit…

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Bullish About 2005

November 1, 2004

In our annual Look Ahead last year we concluded that while there are signs of a resurgence underway, the slump will only end when organizations start investing capital in networks and telecommunications again.