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Extreme unites wired, wireless nets

Mar 15, 20042 mins

Latest LAN news.

Extreme unites wired, wireless nets, 03/15/04

Extreme Networks this week plans to roll out a blade that ties wireless LAN access points into the company’s Alpine 3800 wiring closet switches.

Linksys boosts WLAN speeds, 03/15/04

Linksys this week announced a line of 802.11g gear that the company says significantly boosts wireless LAN speeds without the use of proprietary technology.

IBM refreshes server line for smaller businesses, 03/12/04

IBM Thursday launched new versions of its Intel-based servers for small and midsized businesses. Based on the Pentium 4 processor, the xSeries 206 and 306 servers represent IBM’s latest attempt to …

Power’s the thing at Server Blade Summit, 03/11/04

The Wyndham San Jose hotel this week got a taste of some of the power management issues that may be facing blade users in the next few years, as the hotel played host to the Server Blade Summit …

Gateway to release wireless access points, 03/11/04

Gateway will unveil its first wireless access points next month, as the company continues to branch outside its traditional PC base.

Intel holds off on support for Chinese Wi-Fi standard, 03/10/04

Intel will not have a wireless chip that supports the security protocol mandated by the Chinese government ready for PC manufacturers in time for a June 1 deadline, an Intel spokesman said Wednesday.

HP introduces desktop PCs, 03/09/04

HP Tuesday introduced two desktop PCs for small businesses and enterprise companies and reorganized its commercial PCs in a move it claimed would simplify its offerings.