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WiFi4EU initiative: how will it work?

European citizens will soon benefit from the WiFi4EU initiative which supports installing free public Wi-Fi hotspots in local communities across the EU: in public squares, town halls, parks, libraries, and other public spaces more
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Testing and certification company AT4 wireless to become DEKRA

The internationally leading wireless and mobile testing & certification company was acquired by DEKRA in June 2015. Both companies are integrating their global network of testing laboratories and services under one brand: DEKRA more
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Advances in wireless and beyond 802.11a

The newest Wi-Fi standard, 802.11ac, uses the 5GHz band, and greater bandwidth, to reduce interference and boost data rates to beyond 1Gbps. The Wi-Fi Alliance has just announced certification for 802.11ac products, bringing faster, more reliable Wi-Fi for today’s business more
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Virtualizing the Gi-LAN – Do’s and don’ts

After many years of discussions and proof of concepts, network functions virtualization (NFV) is now moving away from the conceptual to the realization stage more
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