Today's workers might not be able to see clearly what the office of the future will look like, but two things are for sure--it will be wireless and it will be mobile.
In a move with the potential to revolutionize the way many people access the Internet, sources at Google have revealed plans to launch a fleet of 180 satellites that would provide networking services to areas with low levels of connectivity. The plan would cost $1 billion--or more--and could be the first step in a greater effort to create a far-reaching satellite network.
All eyes are on the next evolution of the Wi-Fi wireless standard as the Wi-Fi Alliance announced the launch of its Wi-Fi Certified program for 802.11ac. With this in mind, we posted some questions about Wi-Fi deployment and 802.11ac to Keyur Shah, senior product marketing manager of Aruba Networks.
Revenues from wireless LAN products saw a dip of seven percent in Q1 2013 compared to the previous quarter, according to market research firm Infonetics Research, in a new report. The decline of $1 billion includes enterprise access points, WLAN controllers and Wi-Fi phones, and was attributed to the impending transition to newer 802.11ac products.
The Logitech Wireless Headset Mono H820e is a single-ear, wireless headset that promises enterprise-grade audio for Microsoft Lync and leading unified communications platforms.
The Logitech Bluetooth Illuminated Keyboard K810 is a portable keyboard designed to work wirelessly with just about any operating system platform out there, including Windows, Android and iOS.
FierceWireless has compiled a list of some of the most memorable quotes from wireless industry executives of the past year. Your mission is to match up the quote to the correct executive who is responsible for saying it.
We are all too familiar now with the concept of BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device. That's not all that the typical security administrator should be worried about though, what with the emerging trend of "BYON" or Bring Your Own Network.
FierceWireless decided to delve into the archives to uncover the top five biggest blunders in the wireless industry.
As the second-quarter reporting season comes to a close, it's time for FierceWireless to start parsing the information to see which carriers slipped and which managed to get ahead.