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Tuesday, 14 October 2008 08:58

D-Link launches 802.11n access points for SMBs

D-Link in the US is launching 802.11n WLAN access points specifically for the SMB market, to increase adoption of wireless N in business despite the lack of final 802.11n ratification. Although these access points are US-only for now, D-Link Australia says it will launch them early in 2009.

Published in Networking
In a significant advance for information security science, the first live quantum key distribution (QKD) network was just demonstrated in Vienna at the SECOQC Demonstration and International Conference.

Published in A Meaningful Look
The very technology underpinning the Internet – TCP/IP – came to life in the world of UNIX. It's no surprise that the best network "auditing" (ie snooping!) tools are to be found on Linux, and not that Johnny-come-lately, Windows. Here is the reason why Windows is crippled by comparison.

Published in The Linux Distillery




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