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Virtual Benchmarking
Nearpoints | 11/14/2006

More testing times

Pushing 60
Nearpoints | 11/10/2006

No, not me. GHz

Is Jamming Really a Problem?
Nearpoints | 11/3/2006

It could be, and it doesn't even depend on the band

Thinking About Interference
Nearpoints | 11/2/2006

So, is it a problem, or not?

AutoCell Is Back
Nearpoints | 10/31/2006

I thought they were history. Now maybe they can make some

Best in Show
Nearpoints | 10/19/2006

One product at WiMax World really caught my eye

WiMax: The Landscape Unfolds
Nearpoints | 10/13/2006

Energy, momentum, and a sharpening competitive picture

Ethics 101
Nearpoints | 10/5/2006

The biggest challenge in business today isn’t technical

Unified Switches: Get Ready
Nearpoints | 10/3/2006

The WLAN switch is dead. Long live the unified switch

4G: What & When
Nearpoints | 9/28/2006

4G is suddenly hot, but the what and when remain unclear

The Dark Room
Nearpoints | 9/27/2006

I spent most of the weekend locked in one – trying to answer an important question

FCC to Logan: You're Grounded
Nearpoints | 9/22/2006

The big tower tells Boston's airport to take a flying leap

The Auctions Endeth
Nearpoints | 9/20/2006

No big surprises – and no big changes to the wireless landscape

Motorola Gobbles Symbol
Nearpoints | 9/19/2006

And becomes a leader in wireless LANs – just like that

WiMax Success: It's in the Chips
Nearpoints | 9/12/2006

VLSI will determine the boss of the WiMax world

RFID Won't Replace Bar Codes
Nearpoints | 9/11/2006

I continue to hear that RFID will do something that it cannot

Multi is the New Black
Nearpoints | 9/8/2006

Fall marketing themes are out, multi is the word

Certification Fallout
Nearpoints | 9/5/2006

The Wi-Fi Alliance did the right thing, but lots of issues remain

A Security Blanket?
Nearpoints | 8/28/2006

WiFi security is a good thing, but far from sufficient

Still More on the CrackBerry
Nearpoints | 8/25/2006

Wow, this is worse than I thought

Drafting 'N' Solution
Nearpoints | 8/24/2006

Repositioning may be the answer in the short term

Pull, Not Push
Nearpoints | 8/23/2006

A simple plan for dealing with BlackBerry addiction

Blessing Draft N
Nearpoints | 8/16/2006

The Draft N crowd has two problems, and one will be easy to fix

A Tale of Two Throughputs
Nearpoints | 8/14/2006

Or, why the marketing department needs more engineers

Undue Influence?
Nearpoints | 8/10/2006

Is Intel buying the success of WiMax? And does it matter if it is?

Sprint Drops the WiMax Shoe
Nearpoints | 8/9/2006

OK, I’m nowhere near as skeptical about WiMax as I was Monday

Does WiFi Still Matter?
Nearpoints | 8/3/2006

Look for the logo – it might not be there

Centrino & the Mac
Nearpoints | 8/1/2006

Two unstoppable forces drive the inevitable enterprise wireless future

Will OFDMA Replace CDMA?
Nearpoints | 7/28/2006

An argument that’s not just for geeks anymore

Bad for Them; Good for Us
Nearpoints | 7/25/2006

Welcome to the post-PC era

Too Much Throughput?
Nearpoints | 7/21/2006

I'm always amused by statements that contain both 'wireless' and 'too much throughput'

When the Lights Go Out
Nearpoints | 7/18/2006

It looks like metro-scale WiFi may be at a disadvantage in at least one area - reliability during a blackout

The Skinny From Yahoo
Nearpoints | 7/14/2006

It may not be fashionable, but the big portal firm's thin email client is the wave of the future

Qualcomm's .11n Solution
Nearpoints | 7/12/2006

R&D team produces a high-end WiFi-for-the-home system

No Draft-N Specification
Nearpoints | 7/10/2006

The rumors ain't true – the Wi-Fi Alliance is maintaining its hands-off policy for Draft-N

My Notebook Sleeps Around
Nearpoints | 7/7/2006

Well, not mine, but a lot of them do – and they might bring a social disease to your network

Newbies vs. Geeks
Nearpoints | 7/5/2006

The eternal challenge

Goring the Box
Nearpoints | 6/28/2006

What happens when you want your MTV, or whatever, but your carrier would rather you watch something completely different?

How to Offer Free WiFi
Nearpoints | 6/26/2006

There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but there is a way to offer free WiFi without too much pain

Security 101
Nearpoints | 6/19/2006

Every day there's another announcement of personal data stolen from a notebook computer and I know what to do about it

We Built It, Now Don't Come?
Nearpoints | 6/12/2006

Telling a college student not to use the Internet is just like telling a Red Sox fan not to watch baseball

Analyst Makes Good
Nearpoints | 6/8/2006

Why my competitors are my friends

Secrets of the Mesh, Part III
Nearpoints | 6/7/2006

The real promise of customer premises kit

Reality Bites: 802.11n Edition
Nearpoints | 5/30/2006

A new record for the IEEE standards process, and something else beyond the obvious for high-speed WiFi

An Interesting Integrity Challenge
Nearpoints | 5/22/2006

Strange conversations are a hallmark of wireless. So today we ask: What happens if wireless goes bang?

Microsoft Wins Again
Nearpoints | 5/16/2006

The battle for the mobile OS is over – and the winner, unfortunately, is Redmond

Secrets of the Mesh, Part II
Nearpoints | 5/11/2006

I know more than I did last night, but still not enough.

Secrets of the Mesh
Nearpoints | 5/10/2006

I am reminded of Animal House where the Dean puts our heroes on 'Double Secret Probation'

The Enterprise Goes Wireless
Nearpoints | 5/9/2006

It's inevitable.

No, I'm Not Happy
Nearpoints | 5/4/2006

The recent vote on the IEEE 802.11n draft is no cause for celebration, and it shouldn’t be.

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