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Wi-Fi arrives during 20 some-more London Underground stations

The London Underground has announced that 20 some-more stations have been connected to Virgin Media’s Wi-Fi use including Camden Town, Notting Hill Gate and Seven Sisters. The sum series of Wi-Fi enabled stations come in during 92, with a serve 28 stations due to come online in early 2013. Passengers can get Wi-Fi entrance within a stations, in sheet halls, ... Read More »

Analysis: In a BYOD category of the own

Author: Peter Gothard Source: Computing | 21 Feb 2013 Categories: Wireless | Tablets | Education Tags: Byod The Brittons School and Technology College in Essex used to allocate mobile phones, holding them off… Read More »

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O2 business to get giveaway Wi-Fi on London Underground

Mobile cost travel warning after Ofcom triples mobile spectrum looseness fees Read More »

Bedford Hospital NHS Trust goes for Xirrus over Nortel and Cisco for new Wi-Fi network

Bedford Hospital NHS Trust has comparison Xirrus’ Wireless Arrays for a Wi-Fi network that will capacitate a pierce your possess device (BYOD) plan to be implemented. In an talk with Computing, Bedford Hospital’s CIO, Mark Austin, pronounced that Xirrus was comparison forward of rivals Nortel Trapeze and Cisco since it could best do a hospital’s building requirements. As a sanatorium ... Read More »

Self-powered mechanism chip that ‘forms a network out of skinny air’ suggested during University of Washington

As PC sales slip, Microsoft, Lenovo, HP and Dell rope together for ‘PC Does What?’ campaign Read More »

Is Amazon environment adult the possess Google Fiber-beating wireless network?

Amazon is believed to be contrast a new, pervasive wireless network in Cupertino, California. According to Bloomberg, that says it has oral to those tighten to a project, Amazon has been operative with spectrum owned by satellite communications association Globalstar to hearing wireless, Wi-Fi-based web gateway technology. Globalstar itself is pronounced to looking to switch 80 per cent of a ... Read More »

PGA European Tour picks Xirrus Wi-Fi over Cisco, HP and Juniper

The PGA European Tour has comparison Xirrus’ Wi-Fi to yield spectators with entrance to golfers’ location, tide video content, and capacitate a PGA to know some-more about a fans. Graham Gifford, ICT executive during PGA European Tour, told Computing that a PGA spoke to Cisco, HP, Aruba Networks and Juniper Networks, for a Wi-Fi resolution though that Xirrus was selected ... Read More »

Driving down costs and CO emissions during a University of St Andrews

When Steven Watt (pictured) was allocated CIO during a University of St Andrews, it’s IT infrastructure was all over a place – utterly literally. The third oldest university in a English-speaking world, St Andrews had servers in buildings opposite a city on a north-east seashore of Fife, where it is based. “We had about 400 servers opposite 50 locations,” says ... Read More »

Influence: Mobile Working in a NHS

NHS ‘to advantage from flexible development’ with preference of open source database Riak for Spine2 Read More »

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