Wireless Networking Article Archive:
We already know what companies like Google Inc. and Cisco Systems Inc. think of patent trolling. Turns out, some politicians aren’t particularly fond of the questionable practice, either.
Tom Wheeler may be better known to wonky Beltway insiders than to those in technology, but his appointment Wednesday by Pres. Obama to head the FCC should be good news for the channel.
Juniper Networks this week made public its choice of a new head of partner sales for the Americas, introducing Christopher M. Jones to replace well-known channel executive Frank Vitagliano.
After months of allegations and denials regarding its potential as a threat to U.S. national security, Huawei officials say they are giving up efforts to expand into the U.S. market and will instead focus on ‘the rest of the world.’
The Swindon-based firm supplies service providers with 3G, long-term evaluation (LTE) and small-cell technologies, and is set to be integrated into the networking giant’s Service Provider Mobility Group in Cisco’s fourth fiscal quarter which begins at the start of next month.
FireEye is the latest security vendor to add mobile device management capabilities by partnering with NAC firm Bradford Networks, a move that gives partners in both camps new reach and cross-sell opportunities. The union also indicates that Bradford is seizing a market opportunity to extend BYOD capabilities to vendors otherwise on the fringe of the burgeoning MDM market.
Ruckus Wireless is promising to make the planning and testing of Wi-Fi networks a bit easier with a set of free mobile apps to fine-tune and monitor WLAN environments.
More than 72,000 mobile technolphiles from 200 countries packed Spain’s Fira Gran Via last week for GSMA’s Mobile World Congress. If you couldn’t make it to Barcelona for the event, here’s some of what attendees saw and heard at the show.
Infonetics Research finds global WLAN sales bulged by more than 20 percent to $4 billion in 2012 as enterprises continued to bolster their wireless capabilities.
Global spending on smartphones exceeded that of PCs for the first time in 2012, according to the market watcher, which claims that the popularity of mobile devices is continuing to reshape the IT landscape, according to IDC.