Up to 400 bloggers, electronic journalists and non-profit leaders in an 8,000-square-foot "new media center" will rely on the Meru wireless LAN.
Sprint turns up the volume on its network for visitors during the Democratic National Convention, to be held Aug. 25-28 in Denver.
Lenovo targets workers in manufacturing, computer-aided design, oil and gas industries and media with its ThinkPad W700 mobile workstation.
Two Technologies' ultra-rugged hand held computer works long hours in harsh environments.
General Dynamics Itronix rugged computers journey more than 1,800 miles along Zambezi River to help battle the disease in Africa.
Three of the top 10 U.S. retailers currently use the Columbitech mobile VPN to secure their wireless environments. Its solution is now used in more than 11,000 retail locations to secure in-store wireless networks.
Dexterra's patent-pending mobile security solution prevents "replay" attacks by authenticating both the user's identity and their mobile device before granting network access. In order to break in, a hacker would have to possess the mobile user's identity as well as their device.
The security of wireless networks is a perennial concern for mobile enterprises, but it rarely makes the headlines of mainstream news media. However, the topic again rose to national prominence last week when the U.S. Attorney General handed down 11 indictments in the infamous TJX case, in which hackers made off with more than 45 million credit card numbers from retail outlets, including T.J. Maxx and Marshall's.
Xirrus Wi-Fi Arrays will be deployed first at the Marion Knott Studios and then rolled out across the entire campus, starting with the Davis Apartments and the Lastinger Athletics Complex.
ABI Research forecasts that Wi-Fi will be available in 99% of North American universities in 2013.