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U of Miami Deploys Meru 802.11n Network

2/5/2008
University of Miami, one of the nation's premier research universities, has chosen Meru Networks to supply a campus-wide wireless network based on the new-generation high-performance IEEE 802.11n draft 2.0 standard, which allows wireless access at speeds up to 300 megabits per second more than five times the speed of earlier technologies.

Attention, Shoppers

2/1/2008
Stop & Shop is testing a handheld portable scanner in 90 of its New England stores that enables customers to scan and bag their own groceries as they traverse the aisles.

Aruba Bets On UMA

2/1/2008
Interested in an Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) solution to help save on voice expenses in your enterprise?

More Bear Than Bull

2/1/2008
The financial services sector is cautious about deploying mobile solutions.

UMA Isn't Universal -- Yet

2/1/2008
With the unlicensed mobile access (UMA) technology delivers voice, data and Internet service by enabling seamless roaming between local and wide area networks, usually between cellular and WiFi connections. number of WIFI-enabled phones on the rise, the potential
is growing for widespread UMA adoption in the enterprise.

Where Are You?

2/1/2008
If you gave, or received, a GPS-equipped device this past Christmas, raise your hand.

Wireless and Mobile Affecting Travel Industry Trends

2/1/2008
Each January, PhoCusWright analysts assess the global travel marketplace to produce a list of predictions about anticipated changes in market dynamics, technology innovation and traveler behavior worldwide.
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