Results tagged "Motorola"
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May 15, 2013 11:54 AMMotorola joins a growing number of enterprise WLAN players with early 802.11ac products. Here's how its new APs stack up.
May 08, 2013 04:01 PMNetwork virtualization platform delivers up to 240 Gbps throughput; Big Switch uses F5 API for cloud orchestration; Dell brings high-performance firewall to midmarket; McAfee acquires Stonesoft; Motorola unveils 11ac access points.
October 22, 2012 04:21 PMMotorola has released a computing platform that straddles the juncture of science-fiction and real-world technology.
August 16, 2011 07:53 AMThe purchase of Motorola’s mobile line by Google is a good thing by any name, if you ask me. This is an issue of keeping the force in balance, of yin and yang. There are far bigger issues at work here than mere devices, and Google’s move is good for everyone.
November 11, 2010 10:30 AMController-based wireless networks might be the norm today, but Motorola is challenging the conventional wisdom of big wireless control boxes. With wireless devices spreading like weeds and the rise of 802.11n, Motorola's interesting new WiNG 5 framework just may be a sign of things to come in the WLAN market.
June 26, 2010 11:29 AMMotorola casts a big shadow across a number of wireless niches. The communications giant dominates the public safety communications market, and it has scored a body blow in the battle for smart phone supremacy with the Droid franchise, and it's 802.11-based wireless products continue their impressive evolution. I recently caught up with Dr. Amit Sinha of Motorola's Enterprise Mobility Solutions unit to talk about his group's latest offering and Motorola's competitive differentiators when it comes to Wi-Fi client access.
March 05, 2010 12:13 PMThe enterprise mobility division of Motorola has announced its new multi-vendor WLAN management solution. The AirDefense Infrastructure Management module joins the other components of the AirDefense product line, including its Network Assurance, Advanced Troubleshooting, and the AirDefense Security and Compliance suite. The new management platform offers command and control features to Motorola's enterprise WLAN products and to its closest competitors' products as well.
October 14, 2009 02:43 PMBrocade and Motorola have formed an OEM deal and a partnership to develop a unified wired and wireless communications strategy bridging WLAN, VoWLAN, Fixed Mobile Convergence and cloud services infrastructure. Brocade will start selling the Motorola products in November 2009 under the Brocade Mobility Series and will stop selling Meru Products. Brocade is committed to supporting existing Meru customers for the next five years.
May 24, 2008 04:02 AMAs the new 802.11n spec, with its increased speed, coverage, and reliability, intersects with a broader selection of vendor offerings, wireless is becoming a viable platform for mission-critical network connectivity.
March 15, 2008 04:01 AMThough LTE is a threat, tangible benefits make WiMax likely to stay in the running for the long haul.
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