Dublin, Ohio Goes Mobile With Cisco Outdoor Wireless Network

Cisco Systems, the city of Dublin, Ohio, and DHB Networks, have announced that an innovative citywide wireless (Wi-Fi) network has been installed in the city's metro core to improve public safety and drive economic development in the region.

Illinois Air National Guard Taps Telos for Wireless LAN

The Illinois Air National Guard has taken the first step towards implementing wireless network capabilities by enlisting Telos Corporation to install and sustain a new campus-wide wireless LAN for the 126th Air Refueling Wing (ARW) located at Scott Air Force Base.

The 2007 Mobile Enterprise Buyer's Guide

Our annual Buyer's Guide issue is dedicated to listing all of the leading mobile products, service providers and professional services firms that can give our readers a competitive advantage in today's marketplace.

State of Alabama Selects Voyager Secure Wireless Data Platform from Advanced Technology Systems

Advanced Technology Systems, Inc., a leading IT company that delivers innovative technology solutions to federal, state, and local government organizations, today announced that the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center (ACJIC) has selected the company ' s Voyager Secure Wireless Data solution as the central technology platform to support and manage its statewide enterprise wireless system for criminal justice data.

Symbol, Cisco and VoFi Adoption

Just when you thought it was impossible to memorize one more mobile technology abbreviation, VoFi (voice over IP over Wi-Fi) technology is promising higher voice quality and more reliable indoor coverage than cellular phones--potentially making it the next big thing in mobile voice communications.
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