MiFi 2 – World’s First Touchscreen Mobile Hotspot http://bit.ly/SPI2xn MiFi 2 – World’s First Touchscreen Mobile Hotspot
Fon http://www.fon.com/en/ Fon is the world's first global WiFi network built by people like you. We think of it as crowdsourced WiFi. As a member of the Fon community, you agree to share a little bit of your WiFi at home, and get free roaming at Fon Spots worldwide in return.
Sharing WiFi with Fon is safe and secure, and you won't even notice when others are connected because Fon only uses a tiny portion of your bandwidth. Fon has over seven million Fon Spots across the globe. Imagine enjoying videos, movies and games at WiFi speeds while you're away from home - for free!
Schools Graduate to Enterprise-Class Wi-Fi http://bit.ly/HIhA1W Schools Graduate to Enterprise-Class Wi-Fi
This paper examines how schools can apply 802.11n enterprise-class Wi-Fi technology in ways that pay while overcoming such traditional challenges as shrinking budgets, high network management costs, and nagging performance and reliability troubles.
Wireless Laptops in Education http://etc.usf.edu/plans/default.htm Wireless Laptops in Education
Over 100 videos taped in Florida schools!
This website features exemplary models of technology integration across Florida, including lessons from the school districts of ....
Wireless LAN Association http://www.wlana.org/ The Wireless LAN Association is a non-profit educational trade association, comprised of the thought leaders and technology innovators in the local area wireless technology industry.
Through the vast knowledge and experience of Sponsor and Affiliate members, WLANA provides a clearinghouse of information about wireless local area applications, issues and trends and serves as a resource to customers and prospects of wireless local area products and wireless personal area products and to industry press and analysts.
Wireless Computing Technology in the Design of Schools http://www.designshare.com/Research/Nair/wireless_school_design.htm The Role of Wireless Computing Technology in the Design of Schools
An argument can be made, and Prakash makes it once again in compelling fashion in his latest work on wireless computing, that today? wireless technology does make it a sensible choice in most situations. This is borne out not only by the advancements in the technology, but also by the extent to which it has won acceptance by schools and school systems nationwide.
For all the gains that wireless has made, there is still a good deal of confusion and misinformation about this technology that prevents even greater acceptance and use.
Bottom line? The debate is over. Go wireless.
This is the Wireless Technology (Networks) link area /pages/staff/Wireless/ Bookmark this page for easier return visits.
The Unwired Classroom: http://fno.org/jan01/covjan.html The Unwired Classroom: Wireless Computers Come of Age by Jamie McKenzie With the arrival of high performance wireless notebook computers, we stand at the beginning of a promising new phase. The wireless notebook, especially when delivered to classrooms in sufficient quantities, is likely to bring about a welcome shift in attitude and use by classroom teachers.
Bluetooth http://www.bluetooth.com Bluetooth wireless technology is a de facto standard, as well as a specification for small-form factor, low-cost, short range radio links between mobile PCs, mobile phones and other portable devices.
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