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wireless network

A system by which a computer, cell phone, or other device can access the Internet without being plugged into a router. I can't connect to the Internet on my laptop—why isn't the wireless network working? What's the password for the wireless network?
See also: network, wireless
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Even if the wireless network security is compromised, the hacker is not able to view the content of the traffic/packet in transit.
In this advance, quality wireless networks with high capacity, fast speed and stable connectivity are indispensable to support the evolution of smart cities.
Bill Morrow, CEO of nbn, says: Our demonstration of 1Gbps speeds on our Fixed Wireless network once again shows our commitment to delivering a great experience to the 600,000 premises in regional Australia that will be served by the network.
If you want your wireless network to be more secure, go with WPA2.
Meru's solution represents an innovative approach to wireless networking that utilizes virtualization technology to create an intelligent and self-monitoring wireless network, and enables enterprises to migrate their business-critical applications from wired networks to wireless networks, and become all-wireless enterprises.
Featuring an innovative and patented wireless testing technology (US Patent 7,577,424), the Motorola AirDefense Wireless Vulnerability Assessment solution enables security managers to validate the protection of their sensitive systems from users of the wireless network and would-be intruders.
"As more of our customers have their workforces become mobile, we need a way to provide LAN-equivalent security and performance access in a wireless network without significant implementation and management overhead," said Wayne Boshier, technical director of Issus Middle East, SonicWall's Silver partner.
"The Telex Legacy system is essential in a wireless network system," Gubser said.
In addition, a wireless network cannot really function as a switch--every machine on the network (and any device in radio range) can see every transmission.
NEC's Mobile WLAN is a self-contained, high-bandwidth wireless network that uses the latest in wireless and satellite technologies to enable collaboration within remote teams and provide complete remote access to information housed on a college or university network.
Because you don't have to run cables to every classroom, it's cheaper to deploy a wireless network than an old-fashioned wired network.
ACUTA surveyed representatives of colleges and universities who attended the organization's quarterly seminars in January, which focused on wireless network issues and network management.
wide-open wireless network using Public IP open source software.
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