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Do You Know Where Your Wheelchair Is?
Transportation companies have installed GPS locating devices on trucks to monitor location and delivery information. Now a similar technology is helping

network antennas  but the technology and network is approaching a point where such visions will become reality. Companies such as PinPoint and iVita (see iVita Mines Assets for Bottom Line Health ) are exploring the technology involved with connecting the objects around us to the network we use everyday. The benefits are exponential. Providing companies a method for tracking, monitoring, and including product rich information will help improve efficiencies both during usage and at the end of a product's lifecycle. User Read More
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How One Distributor Played Wal-Mart's Distribution Game-And Won
As a supplier to Wal-Mart, appliance manufacturer Haier America was required to implement a radio frequency identification (RFID) tagging system. To satisfy

network antennas  hackers to infiltrate its network. As part of the RFID design effort, VAI also incorporated interpretation of Haier's universal product codes (UPC) to Wal-Mart's Global Trade Identification Numbers (GTIN) . This important component guarantees that Wal-Mart's RFID system recognizes Haier's products at the point of delivery. Currently, the RFID label is used exclusively on Haier's shipments to Wal-Mart, although the firm foresees a time when all large retailers will require RFID tags. Haier will be Read More
Software as a Service: Next-generation Network Performance Management
An estimated 55 percent of users of business critical applications work in remote locations. With so many users working remotely, networks become congested and

network antennas  as a Service: Next-generation Network Performance Management An estimated 55 percent of users of business critical applications work in remote locations. With so many users working remotely, networks become congested and user productivity suffers. Until now, wide area network (WAN) monitoring and shaping has required special appliances, but there’s a new alternative software-based solution available that leverages the power of the user’s PC—providing unprecedented traffic control. Read More
Network Instruments
Network Instruments provides in-depth network intelligence and continuous network availability through innovative analysis solutions. Enterprise network

network antennas  Instruments Network Instruments provides in-depth network intelligence and continuous network availability through innovative analysis solutions. Enterprise network professionals depend on Network Instruments’ Observer product line for unparalleled network visibility to efficiently solve network problems and manage deployments. By combining a powerful management console with high-performance analysis appliances, Observer simplifies problem resolution and optimizes network and application Read More
Network Performance Management Buyers' Guide
Most large organizations today rely so heavily on their networked infrastructure that they believe they must move beyond troubleshooting and assume a more

network antennas  Performance Management Buyers' Guide Most large organizations today rely so heavily on their networked infrastructure that they believe they must move beyond troubleshooting and assume a more proactive approach to management by using performance management tools. Learn about features and functions to consider when evaluating a performance management solution, and compare and track how well the solutions will manage your complex IT environment. Read More
Top 7 Considerations for Your Wireless Network
Learn the right way to install or upgrade a WLAN in Top 7 Considerations for Your Wireless Network.

network antennas  Considerations for Your Wireless Network Are you looking to install a wireless local area network (WLAN)—or upgrade your existing one? In one practical document, you'll get information on Did you know that placing access points close to a window is a bandwidth waster? Or that something as simple as a poorly placed filing cabinet can block your network connection? Or that employees can easily defeat your network security by setting up rogue connections? Learn the right way to install or upgrade a WLAN Read More
Evaluating the Total Cost of Network Ownership
The upfront expenses of a network comprise only 19% of the total cost. The remaining 81% can sneak up on bank management, often unaware of some subtle TCO

network antennas  the Total Cost of Network Ownership Brian Killian and Lynn Koller are associated with Brintech, www.brintech.com Introduction A bank devotes extensive resources to its computer network-both in human wherewithal and hard cash. The upfront costs can be high, and veiled costs compound the burden. Ultimately, an invisible price tag hangs from a computer network. Total cost of ownership (TCO) is a model that helps systems managers understand and handle the budgeted and unbudgeted costs of an IT component Read More
Microsoft Tech Ed 2000 Win2K Attendee Network Fails Miserably
While sitting at one Windows 2000 desktop we waited a solid five minutes just to complete the logon process only to find that the wide area network speeds and

network antennas  Ed 2000 Win2K Attendee Network Fails Miserably Microsoft Tech Ed 2000 Win2K Attendee Network Fails Miserably P. Hayes - June 12, 2000 Event Summary ORLANDO, FLA Microsoft Tech Ed Conference. Microsoft Conference attendees were plagued with shared computer access issues on the Microsoft prepared and installed Windows 2000 professional Network which utilized Compaq Pentium III Deskpros. Attendees were assigned an id# and password from which they could access e-mail, conference events and web access; Read More
Demystifying Network Access Control
Imagine this scenario: an infected laptop within your company has accessed the network and is spreading malicious code to thousands of other devices. This

network antennas  Network Access Control Imagine this scenario: an infected laptop within your company has accessed the network and is spreading malicious code to thousands of other devices. This incident could cripple any business, but with network access control (NAC) products, companies can rest a little easier. NAC’s ability to measure, enforce, and report on an array of security issues has gained it attention amongst security conscious organizations. Read More
Winning on the WAN: How to Validate Network Applications Before You Deploy
Making sure that your applications run properly over private and public wide area networks (WANs) is particularly challenging for applications that are

network antennas  WAN: How to Validate Network Applications Before You Deploy Making sure that your applications run properly over private and public wide area networks (WANs) is particularly challenging for applications that are sensitive to network conditions. The only way to have confidence that a given application will operate with acceptable performance once it is deployed is to test it under expected (and maybe unexpected) production network conditions—prior to deployment. Read More
Power and Thermal Management Considerations for Network Telecom Solutions
As telecommunications networks grow in size and complexity, enterprises and service providers are faced with an increasing burden on operating expenses. In

network antennas  Thermal Management Considerations for Network Telecom Solutions As telecommunications networks grow in size and complexity, enterprises and service providers are faced with an increasing burden on operating expenses. In particular, the amount of power consumed and heat dissipated within even a single rack of communications servers is now a very real budget consideration. Clearly, lowering these numbers is the concern of all communication platform designers. Read More
Next-Generation VoIP Network Architecture
With network operators facing eventual equipment obsolescence in their existing narrowband public switched telephone networks (PSTNs), the Multiservice

network antennas  Generation VoIP Network Architecture With network operators facing eventual equipment obsolescence in their existing narrowband public switched telephone networks (PSTNs), the Multiservice Switching Forum (MSF) expects that end-to-end voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) solutions will necessarily replace PSTNs in the medium term. What are the primary issues that must be addressed to define a large-scale VoIP network capable of supporting full PSTN equivalence? Read More
IP Telephony: Network Evaluation and Risk Assessment Guide
Before engaging with vendors to identify the best solution, you need to perform an evaluation of your network capabilities, and assess the potential impact to

network antennas  Telephony: Network Evaluation and Risk Assessment Guide Before engaging with vendors to identify the best solution, you need to perform an evaluation of your network capabilities, and assess the potential impact to your business of a converged network. As with any network implementation, a realistic understanding of what is required to reach your objectives will enable you to ensure a successful transition to enhanced network capabilities. Read More
Avoidable Mistakes that Compromise Cooling Performance in Data Centers and Network Rooms
Avoidable mistakes made when installing cooling systems and racks in data centers or network rooms compromise availability and increase costs. These flaws

network antennas  in Data Centers and Network Rooms Avoidable mistakes made when installing cooling systems and racks in data centers or network rooms compromise availability and increase costs. These flaws create hot spots, decrease efficiency, and reduce cooling capacity. Although facilities operators are often held accountable for cooling problems, many problems are caused by improper deployment of IT equipment. Learn more about these mistakes and about simple remedies. Read More

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