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What is WLAN?
Wireless local area network or WLAN links two or more networks without using wires. It is a type of LAN that transmits in the 2.4GHz or 5GHz unlicensed frequency band.
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2003-08-15 MDS21x VLAN Setup
This application note describes the VLAN setup for the MDS21x device.
2002-05-14 Voice over IP
This application note describes the process of configuring a reliable and QoS-enabled network using the MultiFlow 5000 and introduces a sample VoIP network using MultiFlow 5000 with Cisco IP phones and Cisco Call Manager server software.
2004-04-16 Tight DSP and NP integration produces enhanced VoIP chip solutions
This technical paper discusses how VoIP has altered the landscape of telecommunications by adding a new level of intelligence to networks.
2003-07-01 The benefits of Ethernet-based audio networks
This paper discusses how over the last few years, a significant trend has emerged in the professional installed sound industryusing Ethernet to distribute high-quality audio.
2004-09-01 Scalable transparent LAN services with VPLS
Achieve VPLS connectivity between multiple sites as if these sites were attached to the same Ethernet LAN.
2004-01-16 Optimizing access networks with Layer 3 switching
Network operators and equipment vendors are facing many of the same decisions that once concerned enterprise and carrier networks.
2001-05-01 Optical Ethernet redefines access
Carriers and ISPs have been using Ethernet for building their internal networks. Now the emergence of optical Ethernet is much more than just Ethernet in the fiber, it changes the notion of what network access should be.
2003-08-16 New Ethernet
This paper briefly discusses the evolution of the Ethernet technology, and how engineers can optimize the enhancements that stem from the original design.
1999-11-01 Monitoring an evolving network system
As enterprise networks continue to evolve, your monitoring and test solutions must be scaleable to accommodate the changes.
2002-05-10 Layer 3 switching: Reinventing the router
2005-12-01 How to get the most out of power-over-Ethernet
Time to shift gears and maximize power consumption in your network infrastructures using PoE.
2004-06-01 Comprehensive approach to 802.1X protocol testing
Take a look at an approach to 802.1x protocol testing and help address challenges in standards-based products.
2004-05-20 Broadcom Ethernet switches provide better uptime efficiency
Broadcom introduced a portfolio of enterprise switch products that extend the scalability and multilayer intelligence of stackable Ethernet switches.
2004-04-01 Blast through the barriers to Ethernet in the metro
To deliver truly 'carrier-worthy' Ethernet over SONET/SDH, aggregation techniques must be combined with adequate flow control.
2003-12-01 An introduction to global open Ethernet
GOE combines the streamlined functionality of MPLS-VPNs with Ethernet-based solutions to provides a cost-effective solution for next-generation Ethernet VPNs.
2006-05-30 Zarlink unveils new embedded Ethernet switch
Zarlink expanded its DirectConnect family of embedded Ethernet switches with a new high-capacity aggregation and switch device.
2004-09-24 Wintegra rolls wireless infrastructure software; lands TI platform win
Wintegra released an upgraded version of its datapath software for wireless infrastructure apps.
2007-05-08 Wintegra intros IP-DSLAM processor, software
Wintegra has announced the availability of its new WinArrow2 IP-DSLAM processor and software solution.
2012-02-17 Using OpenFlow protocol to control network flow
Learn why it is important to build the open-source specification OpenFlow into routers, switches, and other devices to realize the benefits of Software-Defined Networks.
2009-08-18 Tiny Ethernet switches simplify home networking
SMSC's new Ethernet switches offer three ports for integrating multiple networking technologies inside the house.
2007-06-06 Test suite steps up carrier Ethernet reliability
Agilent Technologies Inc. and Net-O2 announced Net-O2's integration of its ATTEST connectivity fault management (CFM) protocol conformance test suite into Agilent's N2X multiservices test solution.
2012-02-23 Switches boast Green Ethernet design
LG-Ericsson's ES-3000 switches claim to offer high density and bandwidth, enterprise-level functionality and security, and 802.3az compliance.
2011-01-20 Switch-on-a-chip halves power use
Micrel's new series of switch ICs feature the company's physical transceiver and switch technology for IP content-based applications in the digital home, as well as for industrial and automotive apps.
2005-08-08 Solve the complexity issues in network system design with a packet processing language model
SBC system providers are rising to the challenge of network system complexity by providing equipment with the necessary performance.
2005-08-29 Solve the complexity crisis in network system design
SBC system providers are rising to the challenge by providing equipment with the necessary performance
2004-02-02 SMC expands TigerSwitch family
SMC Networks has expanded its TigerSwitch family of eight-port 10/100 switch with the release of an additional 100BASE-FX multi-mode port.
2005-06-01 Scale Routing for Next-Gen IPv6 Networks
A pipelined organization of embedded memories promises greater scalability in the performance and density of Forwarding Information Bases (FIBs
2002-10-18 Sandburst, ADI collaborate on switch fabric solutions
Sandburst Corp. has partnered with Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) to develop and market packet switching solutions for MANs, data centers, and enterprise networks.
2007-09-24 Practical design considerations: Ethernet vs. RapidIO standards
The desire to use a familiar technology runs the risk of stretching the technology beyond its capabilities, complicating designs and creating unforeseen problems.
2013-05-17 PoE injectors,PoE switches ready for security challenges
Antaira's latest solutions aim to make IP video surveillance installation cost effective and simple by allowing network cameras to receive both data and power over a single Ethernet cable.
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