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SDxCentral | February 06, 2020
Cisco joined Facebook’s Express Wi-Fi Technology Partner Program, which aims to deliver internet access to underserved areas, and said it will build network hardware and software that is compatible with Express Wi-Fi as part of this effort to bring more people online. Express Wi-Fi partners with carriers, internet service providers, and local entrepreneurs to extend connectivity to underserved locations around the world and bring more people together, faster. Cisco joins the likes of Nokia...
RUCKUS Networks | January 23, 2023
CommScope, a provider of network connectivity solutions, recently announced that RUCKUS Networks had launched a new series of scalable, entry-level edge switches with 25 GPBS uplink ports. The series features the first entry-level enterprise switch that provides fiber-to-the-room connectivity.
Key benefits and features of the ICX 8200 series include:
Peak Performance: The switches have 2.5/5/10GbE edge ports designed for the latest multigigabit Wi-Fi A...
PAC | December 23, 2021
PAC Global Holdings LLC, the operator of the World's largest data blockchain network, wants customers to start their New Year off with FREE secure data. PAC is offering customers 5 gigabytes of free storage when customers sign up for a their yanDNA™ Beta Version data storage account available at https://yandna.io/register.
The "5G for Free" (#5GforFree) promotion is meant to introduce customers to the future of data storage and allow them to familiarize themsel...
The Verge | January 29, 2020
Nearly four years after the California Institute of Technology sued Apple and Broadcom for allegedly infringing four of the university’s patents on Wi-Fi data transmission, a federal jury has agreed that the two companies infringed — and has awarded $1.1 billion in damages to Caltech for the infringement, Law360 reports. Reporting from the courtroom today, Law360 writes that the jury ordered Apple to pay $837 million, with Broadcom owing $270 million. That seems to be based on Caltec...
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