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Articles tagged with: WLAN

800Mbps WLAN Coming Soon

Recently Networking Companies and Service Providers have been working on the usage of LED lights to give a speed up to 100 Mbps.

Recently Heinrich Hertz Institute HHI in Berlin, Germany has been pushing this technology to achieve a WLAN speed of 800Mbps.

The idea behind achieving WLAN speed of 100 Mbps with LED lights is that the LED light is made to flicker at a speed so fast that it cannot be witnessed by a human eye.

Dell Moving Towards Data Center Networking

Dell is expanding its expertise from Computer Making to Data Servers, Networking and Storage Technology. Dell has recently acquired a networking service provider Force 10 Networks, which would now make Dell a Network Service Provider too.

Force 10 Networks is a leading Private Company which provides Ethernet based network solutions. Force 10 made many Award-Winning Ethernet switching and routing products. Force 10 was acquired by Dell recently, but the financial details of the acquisition are unknown.

Nokia’s New 700 Zeta!

The rumors turn out to be true as Nokia’s stunning device makes it through FCC and sometime in near-future it is expected to strike the US markets.

It’s named the Nokia RM-670 Zeta, also known as Nokia 700 Zeta. The details about the device were leaked lately and it’s rumored to run on Symbian Belle.

iTwin Allows Unlimited Wireless Remote Access!

The iTwin is a remarkable device, looking more like a double-sided USB key. In actuality the iTwin allows for wireless and secure file sharing between two computers. Once the iTwin has been separated and inserted into two different online computers anywhere in the world!

The remote sharing is perfectly secure since it doesn’t require the user to set a password but it automatically generates a long random string as a password to ensure secure sharing.

Electromagnetic Sheet Powers Up And Networks Devices

The National Institute of Information and Communications Technology showed an efficient wireless power transmission system, demonstrated at the Wireless Japan 2011 conference. The system works as a 2D communications device and requires the user to place a gadget on the flat board.

The board then generates electromagnetic waves towards the gadget, rather than having an even distribution throughout the board. The underlying concept behind the system uses a 2.4GHz high frequency signal to capture the electromagnetic waves where the gadget is placed.

QuadCore Snapdragon, Due Early Next Year

Qualcomm spilled the beans on its next-generation Snapdragon chips at the Taiwan computer show, Computex 2011. The company itself, said that consumers can expect to see dual-core Snapdragon chips for Windows on ARM-based platforms first (mainly tablets), and eventually will be introduced to the 3G/LTE hybrid dual-core MSM8930, capable of clock speeds of up to 2.5GHz.

Now here’s where the QuadCore news comes in, the four-core APQ8064 chipset is due in the first half 2012 and will feature up to 2.5GHz *per core,