Items tagged with Network

Not really surprising, but things aren't looking so good for LightSquared. The company has been fighting for what feels like ages to get their wholesale LTE network approved despite staunch opposition from naysayers who contend that the network will interfere with GPS usage, and they've seemingly been losing more and... Read more...
After all these years, LaCie's storage hardware still looks better than storage hardware from pretty much any other vendor. And if you're starting up a small business, you may be interested in what the company's got on offer now. This week, LaCie announced the 5big Office Series, its latest five-bay network attached... Read more...
It's the story that just won't end. Just when you thought LightSquared may have given up the game, nope -- here's another punch to the mid-section. LightSquared has just issues a scathing new release that points fingers at testing equipment and again assures the public that their network wouldn't screw with any GPS... Read more...
Going to see the ball drop in New York City? Bring your mobile device! Skype is delivering free Wi-Fi in the area on the 31st and 1st, in partnership with Towerstream. Neighborhoods within the network include: Times Square, West Village, East Village, South Village, Greenwich Village, NoHo, SoHo, Lowe East Side, Clinton, Chelsea, Union Square,... Read more...
The war of words is on in full force. Some say "4G." Some say "HSPA+." Some say "LTE." T-Mobile USA is calling their HSPA+ network "4G," and in turn, they're doubling the speed of their "4G network in 11 additional markets." T-Mobile’s faster 4G speeds (HSPA+ 42) are now available in 163 markets reaching nearly 180 million Americans.... Read more...
You may be most familiar with AT&T as a telecommunications company, or perhaps just a wireless operator. Or maybe just the carrier that managed to get the iPhone first. Turns out, they're much more than that. The company has an "Emerging Devices Unit," which sounds like one of the coolest places in the telecom industry to work. That unit... Read more...
Sprint may be rumbling out with LTE markets of their own in the coming months and years, but they're already way, way behind compared to Verizon Wireless' rollout. And they're falling further behind every single day. The company is rolling out new LTE markets at a wildly rapid pace, and at CTIA Enterprise and... Read more...
Plenum-rated. Networking. Cloud. Small biz. Mix those all together with D-Link, and you've got the company's new DAP-2565 Wi-Fi Access Point, which is designed for indoor plenum deployment in above-ceiling airspace installations. The new Cloud-Managed solution provides small and medium-sized businesses, as well as... Read more...
D-Link and "Home Networking" tend to go hand-in-hand, and so it's no surprise to see the company usher out a new family of networking doodads this week. The newest members of the Amplifi family are the HD Media Router 2000 (DIR-827) and the PowerLine AV 500 Gigabit Switch Kit (DHP-541). Designed to optimize a home's Wi-Fi signal and provide... Read more...
Guess what? The world's using tons of data. Well, data isn't really measured in tons, but you catch our drift. Now a new IDC report is suggesting that the world’s information is doubling every two years. In 2011 the world will create a staggering 1.8 zettabytes. By 2020 the world will generate 50 times the amount of information and 75... Read more...
Why use one of those old T-1 lines, when you could get similar speeds without wires? Wait, what? Sprint has talked up their 4G / WiMAX network for some time now, and while it has mostly been aimed at consumers, there's obvious interest coming from businesses as well. This week, Sprint launched what it's calling the first solution that offers... Read more...
Looking to expand your home network? Love streaming media? You're in luck. D-Link has just announced their new Wireless N Dual Band MediaBridge, also known as the DAP-1513. The device is meant to bridge a wireless signal from either a 2.4GHz o a 5GHz network quicky and easily, enabling consumers to expand their wireless home network by connecting... Read more...
We're actually starting to feel a little sorry for Sony. The gaming console giant is reeling on the ropes from the network hacks that exposed the personal data of some 70 million subscribers, and the hits just keep on coming. Sony had initially planned to begin the process of bringing the PlayStation Network back... Read more...
Back in early March, we covered news that AT&T was instituting broadband meters after years of providing unlimited service. For standard DSL customers, 'unlimited' now means 150GB per month, while U-verse subscribers have a higher cap of 250GB/s. AT&T claims that these caps are necessary due to the fact that a small number of customers... Read more...
Well, better is definitely late than never in this case. After dealing with a ~24 hour outage of their LTE network, Verizon Wireless finally has their 4G systems in order, and phones are now coming back online. It's definitely not unusual for pockets or service to see minor blips of service disruption from time to time, but an entire telecom... Read more...
Wow. Wow. Three little letters, and just one single word. It's actually difficult to think of any other way to express how we feel about this launch. From day one, when the original iPhone launched on AT&T, people immediately began asking one simple question: "Will it work on Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile or any other... Read more...
Holiday shopping at one of the web's popular retailers was impossible for some European users over the weekend. Amazon's websites in Europe were down for more than half an hour on Sunday night. Although a group of activists by the name "Anonymous" had encouraged an online attack in an attempt to crash Amazon.com by overwhelming it with requests,... Read more...
TRENDnet launched a 300Mbps Wireless N Media Bridge. This bridge can connect up to four devices to your wireless n network. It is compatible with network-enabled Blu-ray players, televisions, DVRs, and gaming consoles. If your router has a Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button, setup will be even easier since the 300Mbps Wireless N Media Bridge... Read more...
Yesterday, we told you about Verizon Wireless' plans to launch its 4G LTE network. Initially, it appeared the LG VL600 modem may be the only model available at launch. Now, it's clear the Pantech UML290 will also be available on Sunday, Dec. 5. This 4G USB modem supports both 4G and 3G speeds and offers a rotating USB connector that folds... Read more...
Verizon already displayed that their LTE network would launch this month, and now the details are backing it. Verizon Wireless has revealed that "the world's largest 4G LTE wireless network" will launch in just a couple of days, starting on Dec. 5, 2010. There's a lot of debate in the sector over what's truly 4G, but there's no question that... Read more...
With the launch of its new WD Livewire Powerline AV Network Kit, WD is making it easy for consumers to stream HD videos to a home theater, transfer large files, or play multi-player online games throughout their homes without running network cables. The kit is HomePlug AV compatible and works with your existing... Read more...
Bigfoot Networks has made a name for themselves in a very unique and rare market. There are only a finite number of hardcore gamers willing to pay extra for something like a souped up NIC card, but obviously more than a few are handing over their cash in order to have their ping times lowered. Any true gamer knows... Read more...
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