Wireless


  • Flying Free: Bringing Wireless To The Wired
    There are many reasons to "cut the cord" on the local network, among them supporting mobile employees and simplifying network setup and maintenance. There are also reasons to stay plugged: performance and reliability. The WLAN enterprise solution from Israeli-based Extricom can ease those concerns, and let businesses use wireless technology more effectively.
  • Wireless, Video High On Interop Hit List
    Over 200 vendors are set to show off the latest in WLAN, video, security and other infrastructure technologies at the Interop New York 2007 conference this week.
  • Listen Up! FMC Is Near
    The advent of Wireless-N technology could be the kick in the pants to spur the market for VoIP solutions that tie together Wi-Fi and cellular calling.
  • Cisco Still On Top Of The Heap
    New partner programs and wireless technologies helped give Cisco Systems' scores the boost they needed to dominate the wireless product category in this year's VARBusiness Annual Report Card survey.
  • ProCurve: Switch Hit
    Hewlett-Packard's Pro-Curve Networking by HP division is making hay with its strategy to capture networking market share by offering cost-effective technology, a tactic it is now trying out in the network core.
  • Price Is Still Right
    Distributors spend a lot of time marketing their different service offerings and financing options, but the biggest reason solution providers select a sourcing supplier is still price and availability, according to this year's CMP Channel Sourcing Study.
  • Calling All VARs
    When a young adult in Ripon, Calif., beat up another person at a park and stole a skateboard, he probably thought he got away with it. No one else was around—including any cops—and he took off before the victim even picked up his cellphone. Besides, this was a petty crime; the police have more important things to do than track down an unidentified guy with a skateboard. He had gotten away with it.
  • Presidio Pumps Itself Up
    Robert Murphy, Northeast divisional co-president at Presidio Networked Solutions, recently spoke with senior editor Jennifer Bosavage on the merger that catapulted $216 million (2005 revenue) Presidio Networked Solutions into the mega-VAR realm.

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