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NetFlash: Wireless LAN switches could drive 802.11 rollouts

Opinion
May 19, 20032 mins
Networking

A “wireless LAN switch” isn’t really a “switch” in the wired sense of the word. But it’s not an access point – and for now the name is sticking, and the technology is gaining momentum through several start-ups. Certainly, they’re worth a look, and that’s why you should read our Technology Insider this week. In addition to dissecting the wireless LAN switch concept, Network World helps you sort out the ROI of wireless LANs.

Wireless LAN switches could drive 802.11 rollouts

https://www.nwfusion.com/techinsider/2003/0519techinsidermain.html?net

The ROI of wireless LANs

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Vortex Report

As Network World Executive Editor Bob Brown files his exclusive Weblog from the annual Vortex show, we find that Intel CEO Craig Barrett opposes raping customers, Juniper CEO Scott Kriens thinks that black suits his mood just fine, and Verizon President Larry Babbio says MCI should be put out of his misery.

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Sun sets sights on low-cost computing

Sun Monday made a bid for the fast-growing low end of the server market, rolling out two low-cost Intel-based boxes and announcing an expanded relationship with Oracle to support Oracle products on Sparc, x86 and Linux systems.

https://www.nwfusion.com/news/2003/0519scottellison.html?net

Legislation refocuses corporate reporting systems

It’s said that politics makes for strange bedfellows. New legislation designed to place tighter controls on corporate accountability is doing just that. IT and finance departments – which historically have not always seen eye-to-eye on technology expenditures – are working closer than ever to review and modernize companies’ financial reporting systems to comply with regulations set out in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002.

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