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Mobile Headset Delivers 100+ Meters Enhanced Voice Clarity with Background Noise Cancellation and Headset-to-Headset 2-Way Radio Communication

SUNY School Adopts 802.11n

As the debate continues over whether to migrate to 802.11n now or play the waiting game, for some end users, the immediate performance benefits and relative cost savings offered by 802.11n are too much to resist. Morrisville State College, a State University of New York (SUNY) campus located 30 miles southeast of Syracuse, is replacing its entire wireless network with 802.11n technology, positioning the school as one of the first 'pure' next-generation Wi-Fi networks in the country.

Sprint and Clearwire Abandon 'Risky' WiMAX Plans

News that Sprint Nextel and Clearwire have called off plans to jointly build a nationwide WiMAX-based network has delivered a significant blow to the WiMAX community, says Analysys, the global advisers on telecoms, IT and media.
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