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The Internet, sometimes called the "Net", is a worldwide system of computer networks. It is a public, cooperative and self-sustaining facility accessible to hundreds of millions of people worldwide.
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2003-11-03 XML services call for security checks
Nothing has done more to erode the enterprise security perimeter than the rise of XML Web services. Designed to bypass the existing enterprise IP-based security infrastructure, Web services create a sea of vulnerabilities.
2003-02-25 Worldwide SPR market reaches $1.9B in '02
The worldwide service provider routers (SPRs) market totaled $1.9 billion in 2002 as SPRs continue to form the basis for additional telecom services and next-generation infrastructure, said Dataquest Inc.
2003-03-27 WLANs on unique path in China
China is likely to take a different path toward WLAN proliferation, one that mixes a top-down approach from China's big telecom service providers and a bottoms-up approach from corner store owners trying to make an extra yuan.
2002-04-12 WIZnet releases serial-to-Ethernet gateway module
The IGM7100 serial-to-Ethernet converter from WIZnet Inc., enables legacy systems with serial ports to share and transfer data to devices using the Internet via TCP/IP.
2007-04-16 Wiser use of copper beyond DSL pushed
With the expansion of large IP-networking carrier projects like Verizon's FiOS and BT Group's 21CN, it would seem all carriers want to show they are on a fiber-rich diet. But equipment that took center stage at the Comptel show in March indicated a focus on Ethernet services over copper.
2014-11-13 Wireless sensor dev't kits speed deployment of IoT, Big Data
The kits allow engineers to establish a wireless sensor system in as little as 15 minutes to report and analyse remotely various types of sensor data such as temperature, humidity and motion/vibration.
2003-05-16 Wireless multimedia: Questions, few answers
Wireless networked multimedia face a bewildering array of market definitions of "multimedia," and questions about how to achieve a desired end in a networked environment with a confusing mix of mechanisms.
2014-01-09 Wireless devices fly high at CES 2014
Executives from Ericsson, the WiFi Alliance, Boingo Wireless and Broadcom discussed wins, challenges and the future of wireless technology in an interview with EE Times.
2007-11-15 Windows CE merges embedded, Web services
Tomorrow's embedded systems will be access points for a growing array of network services, according to Microsoft executives as they rolled out Windows CE software to help enable the shift.
2011-08-26 Wind River, McAfee strengthen security for embedded designs
The rise of Internet-enabled devices has given embedded system designers the challenge to incorporate security into their designs.
2004-10-04 Wind River platform assists Alcatel IP phones
The VxWorks Edition, a general purpose platform, from Wind River Systems Inc. has been selected as the foundation for the Alcatel IP Touch 4038 and Alcatel IP Touch 4068 Internet Protocol (IP) phones.
2006-07-04 WiMAX subscribers to reach 13M in India by 2012
According to research firms Maravedis Research and Tonse Telecom, there will be 13 million WiMAX subscribers in India by 2012.
2008-05-09 WiMAX gets boost from Sprint-Clearwire venture
Clearwire, the new company formed from the merger of the wireless broadband businesses of Sprint Nextel and Clearwire, will focus on expediting the deployment of the first nationwide mobile WiMAX network in the United States.
2008-12-16 WiMAX demands conformance
WiMAX, has become the poster child of the mobile Internet world but WiMAX devices, terminals and base stations require rigorous testing and conformance to tight specification standards, more so than those required for Wi-Fi.
2013-09-04 WiFi preps for 900MHz spectrum, to debut by start of 2015
Chips using IEEE 802.11ah are expected to come out by the start of 2015 and will support a range of options from throughput of 150Kbit/s with a 1MHz band to as much as 40Mbit/s over an 8MHz band.
2014-10-22 WiFi devices from TI guarantee WiFi interoperability
Texas Instruments revealed that its SimpleLink WiFi CC3100 and CC3200 devices, aimed at the Internet of Things, have been WiFi-certified at the chip level, ensuring easy integration into an IoT system.
2004-05-24 WiBro to bridge 3G, 4G technologies
WiBro will play a big role in bridging 3G and 4G wireless systems with its Pre-4G lineup, said a professor from Seo-Kang University.
2006-07-04 WiBro launched in South Korea
South Korea's WiBro mobile broadband Internet service was launched last week, said the Ministry of Information and Communication.
2015-03-31 Why minimise vampire power consumption
Standby mode is an energy drain that needs to be reconsidered. More has to be done in saving energy on a global basis, however such small but ubiquitous changes can have a great impact.
2015-03-05 Why is IoT important for the electronics industry?
In the first of the three-part series, Handel H. Jones, founder and CEO of market research firm IBS, looks at what characterises the IoT market and in which application segments lies the growth.
2010-04-30 Where's the best mobile broadband deal?
Comparing mobile data pricing in a number of countries, ABI Research found that the United Kingdom, France and India have among the world's lowest prices for mobile broadband plans.
2016-01-11 Where is low-power WAN headed?
Joel Young of Digi International shared his views on the future of low-power wide-area networking (LP-WAN) amid the growing wearable markets and Internet of Things.
2015-06-15 What is the key to "instant on" electronics?
Memory is critical in instant-on operation. Using compressed root-file system images to save NV memory space and unpacking it into RAM for execution will add additional seconds to the boot process.
2016-01-04 What awaits the electronics industry this 2016?
The desktop, notebook, smartphone and tablet markets are expected to carry on this 2016, but none will bring significant growth in this year.
2012-11-02 Web-addressable LED bulb signals arrival of IoT
Is the Internet of Things already at hand in the form of a Phillips box, which is available for $199 at the Apple store? Peter Clarke share's his views on the emergence of IoT in LED light bulbs.
2001-05-22 Web without wires
The World Wide Web is potentially about a lot more than just surfing from a desktop PC. But infrastructure challenges make true wireless Web a bit harder to access.
2008-09-15 Web content on TV is just a click away
The long-awaited invasion of the living-room TV set by Internet content is finally here, according to a panel of search-engine wizards at the first day of the International Broadcast Convention (IBC).
2015-10-13 Wearable PCB designs call for attention to basics
In the absence of printed circuit board standards in wearable Internet of Things electronics, hardware developers need to pay close attention to fundamentals.
2003-10-16 WAP is dead; long live WAP
WAP gets a new leash on life as it gets center stage on camera phones.
2007-04-24 Waning wired broadband adoption to push wireless growth
The annual Face of the Web study of Ipsos Insight reveals that growth in wired broadband connections may be slowing.
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