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2003-11-01 WPA: How it works
This technical paper discusses how Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) addresses most of the known vulnerabilities of wired equivalent privacy (WEP) that is primarily intended for wireless infrastructure networks.
2008-05-16 WLAN print server for HP printers supports WPA/WPA2
SEH has introduced the PS56 print server, a new WLAN interface card, for connecting HP printers to WLANs supporting WPA and WPA2 encryption standards.
2006-10-02 OEM suite bundles EAP, WPA variants
Silex Technology America Inc. has introduced a source-code-level software product for OEMs called the Network Security Suite.
2003-07-07 Inprocomm obtains WPA certification
Inprocomm Inc. announced that it has passed Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) Certification.
2003-10-13 ADMtek controller obtains WPA certification
ADMtek Inc. has announced that its 802.11b access point and home gateway SoC controller - the ADM8628 - has received a WPA certification.
2003-04-02 Windows XP download boosts 802.11 security
Microsoft has released for download a free patch that adds WiFi Protected Access to both consumer and business versions of its Windows XP OS.
2007-03-01 Tools facilitate Wi-Fi protection
The Wi-Fi Alliance will roll out a handful of chips this quarter that support the alliance's Wi-Fi Protected Setup.
2005-06-08 Run VoIP through your wireless LAN (cont)
Before you run VoIP through WLAN, consider 802.11 MAC protocol issues where they intersect with VoIP protocols and handset power-save procedures
2005-06-08 Run VoIP through your wireless LAN (cont)
Before you run VoIP through WLAN, consider 802.11 MAC protocol issues where they intersect with VoIP protocols and handset power-save procedures
2005-06-08 Run VoIP through your wireless LAN
Before you run VoIP through WLAN, consider 802.11 MAC protocol issues where they intersect with VoIP protocols and handset power-save procedures
2008-05-26 WLAN modules simplify Wi-Fi transition for M2Ms
Laird Technologies released a new range of 802.11 WLAN processor modules that provide a wide range of AT commands and web configuration to make the Wi-Fi transition simple for M2M designers.
2009-12-14 Wireless Gigabit 60GHz spec delivers 1-7Gbit/s
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance previewed its specification for 60GHz links capable of sending data at rates of 1-7Gbit/s.
2009-06-15 Wi-Fi, LAN modules offer increased design flexibility
Connect One has unveiled the Nano Socket family of embedded LAN and Wi-Fi modules based on its CO2144 Internet controller and targets machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions.
2006-02-01 Tools promise to route, switch combo networks
NextHop has integrated wireless-controller and wireless-access-point modules from Legra with GateD software for L2 switching, L3 routing and multiprotocol label switching in its UNS 4.0 Dynamic Network Architecture.
2009-02-18 Startup targets 'an Internet of things'
ZeroG Wireless officially throws its hat into the ring of competitors trying to bring wireless to embedded systems. The company claims its new chip and module could bring 802.11b connectivity to new lows in cost, size and power consumption.
2012-02-17 SoC touts 5G connectivity for mobile devices
The 2.4/5GHz single-chip MAC/PHY/Radio BCM43460 is ideal for enterprise and carrier class access points, branch office routers and business class integrated services routers.
2006-07-24 Skype rolls out Wi-Fi phones
Skype, an Internet communications company, announced collaboration with hardware partners to deliver the first Wi-Fi phones for Skype software.
2003-03-18 SiS rolls first WLAN chip
Taiwan's Silicon Integrated Systems has unveiled its first wireless LAN chip, fielding a MAC for 802.11b networks.
2007-04-09 Serial-to-Wi-Fi module protects M2M applications
Connect One has released Socket iWiFi, a secure serial-to-Wi-Fi embedded device server that quickly and easily connects devices running M2M applications to 802.11b/g WLANs and protects them from network attacks.
2003-05-06 Samsung selects Agere's networking chips
Samsung Corp. has chosen Agere Systems' WaveLAN wireless networking chips for use in selected current and next-generation laptop computers.
2008-01-04 Ralink tips low power, 'smallest' 802.11n chips
Ralink has released new 802.11n single chips, the RT3080 that enables Wi-Fi in handheld/mobile devices and the RT3070, claimed to be the smallest 802.11n USB single chip.
2008-08-11 Ralink claims first single-chip 802.11n 1x1 PCIe
Ralink Technology Corp. offers a complete line of single-chip USB and PCIe solutions, including the RT3090.
2004-06-25 Ralink chipset integrates radio IC, BBP/MAC IC
The RT2500USB chipset from Ralink Technology consists of the RT2526 radio IC and the RT2571 BBP/MAC IC with a fully integrated USB 2.0 interface.
2004-12-02 Netgear releases PoE-powered WLAN for SMBs
Netgear announced a PoE solution for small businesses designed to ease installation of WLANs by allowing wireless access points to be installed anywhere.
2005-03-16 Net processor seeks to run triple play
Startup SiNett takes a stake in network security, packet processing and WLAN integration with wired infrastructure.
2008-03-18 Multicore WLAN switch targets mid-size enterprises
A multicore processor-based wireless LAN (WLAN) switch targeted at mid-sized enterprises has been launched by the Enterprise Mobility business of Motorola Inc.
2008-08-15 LSI gives networks extra security boost
LSI Corp. introduces the latest additions to its high-performance security library.
2003-11-05 Legra fields WLAN switch
Armed with a parallel cryptography ASIC and a wireless-networking processor, Legra Systems Inc. will announce the debut of its switch-based WLAN products.
2008-06-17 Kit accelerates 802.11n designs
AMCC, together with TeamF1 and Senao Networks, recently launched a comprehensive hardware/software reference design kit intended to accelerate time-to-market for enterprise 802.11n wireless access points.
2006-07-28 IP coprocessor eases Wi-Fi encryption on M2M apps
Connect One has released a secure IP coprocessor that promises easy addition of encrypted Wi-Fi connectivity to price-sensitive machine-to-machine applications.
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