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Case Study: Ruckus Wireless
Connect with Ruckus Wireless Network.Get this whitepaper for free! You'll wonder how you ever managed without it. Like all fast-growing companies, Ruckus Wireless needed to continue to innovate quickly, speed products to market, manage costs, and meet quality and regulatory compliance requirements—while ramping up its infrastructure to manage the orders, requests, and relationships resulting from its growth. Ruckus looked for—and found—a solution to help it avoid costly errors related to manual processes. The new solution allows the extended enterprise to view and update product information, and more.

LINUX SUPPORTED WIRELESS CARDS: Case Study: Ruckus Wireless Case Study: Ruckus Wireless Source: Arena Solutions Document Type: Case Study Description: Like all fast-growing companies, Ruckus Wireless needed to continue to innovate quickly, speed products to market, manage costs, and meet quality and regulatory compliance requirements—while ramping up its infrastructure to manage the orders, requests, and relationships resulting from its growth. Ruckus looked for—and found—a solution to help it avoid costly errors related to manual
7/15/2009 3:42:00 PM

Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands!
The Palm VII is a logical wireless extension of the Palm Pilot platform. The Palm VII is a data-driven device allowing access to such information as news, sports, weather, e-mail, driving directions, and yellow pages.

LINUX SUPPORTED WIRELESS CARDS: Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands! Wireless Palm VII ~ Look Ma No Hands! P. Hayes - June 26, 2000 Read Comments P. Hayes - June 26, 2000 Product Background 3Com introduced the Palm VII Wireless PDA in early 1999. The device initially retailed for $599 (MSRP) USD with an expensive wireless monthly service fee. In October of 1999 prior to the Palm spin-off, 3Com cut not only the cost of the device from $599 to $499, but also lowered the cost of service due to complaints from the end user population of
6/26/2000

Financial Fusion ~ E-Finance Wireless Leader?
Financial Fusion’s expands e-finance possibilities. From this point forward a client can bank anytime, anywhere, without limitation. (Of course your cell phone will not suddenly start spurting out cash….)

LINUX SUPPORTED WIRELESS CARDS: financial fusion, E-Finance Wireless, e-finance marketplace , wireless marketplace, financial industry solutions, access financial information, web financial transactions, internet funds transfer, wireless connectivity , wireless e-finance, , easy banking solutions, safe banking transaction, Server e-Finance Software Platform, online banking, Financial Fusion Banking Suite , financial services industry, Small Business Banking Solution , online bill payment , online payments solutions , banking financial software, palm, internet banking, wireless e-finance.
4/6/2000

Wireless Mobile Portal by MobileID
MobileID has produced a clean, easily navigable, user-friendly web site, which will allow users of all abilities to set up their MobileID personalized service quickly and easily, and its free too.

LINUX SUPPORTED WIRELESS CARDS: Wireless Mobile Portal , MobileID, wap, telephony, mobile consumers , MobileID.com, Personal Digital Assistant , pda, Web Access Phone , Wireless Access Protocol , Short Messaging Services , wireless providers, wireless personalization Internet service, mobile phone, wireless phone, mobile internet, phone system.
4/27/2000

Come See the Softer Side of Linux?
Three hardware manufacturers, trying to upgrade the scalability and manageability of Linux servers, announced major Linux server initiatives at LinuxWorld in New York.

LINUX SUPPORTED WIRELESS CARDS: scalability and manageability of Linux servers, announced major Linux server initiatives at LinuxWorld in New York. VA Linux Systems: VA Cluster Manager VA Linux Systems (Sunnyvale, Calif.) demonstrated its VA Cluster Manager (VACM), pronounced vacuum by its development team. VACM, which will go into its beta test phase this week, is expected to become generally available sometime in the second quarter. VACM can be used either for managing large clusters of Linux servers or for general-purpose, remote
2/21/2000

Europe s Mobile ONE Selects InfoSpace for New Wireless Internet Services
Once a user has logged onto his/her home page he/she will be able to gain instant access to Calendaring, Address Books, Instant Messaging and access to user specific account information

LINUX SUPPORTED WIRELESS CARDS: mbile one, InfoSpace, wireless internet services, infrastructure services provider, wireless devices service, full-service telecoms provider , comprehensive platform of commerce, mobile Internet services , short messaging service , wireless application protocol , sms, wap, wireless providers, Internet infrastructure , cellular wap, sms services.
5/2/2000

Bristol Technology Ships Win-to-Lin Migration Tool
Bristol Technology, Inc. has announced shipment of its Windows-to-Linux application-migration tool. Bristol's Wind/U for Linux product, which began shipping Tuesday, enables developers to compile Microsoft Win32 API and Microsoft Foundation Class source code directly on Linux, and create native, desktop and server-based Linux applications, according to Bristol.

LINUX SUPPORTED WIRELESS CARDS: license. Bristol s Wind/U for Linux product, which began shipping Tuesday, enables developers to compile Microsoft Win32 API and Microsoft Foundation Class source code directly on Linux, and create native, desktop and server-based Linux applications, according to Bristol. As part of the package, Bristol is providing ports of the RogueWave Stingray Visual C++ components on Linux for use with Wind/U. Wind/U for Linux supports Red Hat Linux 6.1 and the Corel Linux distribution. Bristol also is offering
12/8/1999

Wireless Increases Shoppers’ Happiness Index
Retailers today need to acquire ability to quickly adapt to changing market conditions or customer trends. They also need to plan for the future. One technology that can assist retailers is wireless. Wireless technology can be used not only to address business problems such as quick price changes, but can also help retailers make internal operations more efficient. They need a comprehensive wireless strategy that supports all aspects of the retail organization, from store operations, to warehouse or distribution centers, to corporate offices. Download this white paper to learn more.

LINUX SUPPORTED WIRELESS CARDS: Wireless, retail, retailers, wireless technology, retail trends, worker productivity, smart phone.
11/14/2011 6:17:00 AM

MainWin for Linux - NT Apps without NT
Business software solutions provider Mainsoft Corp. is moving its MainWin product, a Windows platform developed for UNIX, to the realm of the Linux open-source operating system (OS).

LINUX SUPPORTED WIRELESS CARDS: MainWin for Linux - NT Apps without NT MainWin for Linux - NT Apps without NT R. Krause - October 27, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary October 20th, 1999 - Business software solutions provider Mainsoft Corp. will be offering its MainWin product, a Windows platform developed for UNIX, to the realm of the Linux open-source operating system. The move will, according to Mainsoft, accelerate the growth of Linux in the enterprise by expanding the development rate of business-critical applications available for
10/27/1999

Sun to Make Solaris Source Code Available
Sun Microsystems Inc. plans to make the source code of its Solaris operating system freely available to the public.

LINUX SUPPORTED WIRELESS CARDS: success of the popular Linux operating system. (Sun s complete product line of servers and workstations run on Solaris, its version of the Unix operating system.) Sun is not going to give away Solaris, but does plan to make the source code available under its community-source license, according to Greg Papadopoulos, the company s chief technology officer. (Note: Source code is the computer instructions that set out exactly how the program works.) Market Impact Sun is presently the Unix market leader,
10/6/1999

Inprise/Borland Challenges Other Vendors to Open-Source Their Database Code
In a move which will challenge other database vendors to open-source their SQL databases, Inprise/Borland Corporation has announced it is releasing the source code for its InterBase 6 cross-platform SQL database. It will provide the database on multiple platforms, including Linux, Windows NT, and Sun Solaris, make the database available at no charge, and spin the InterBase division off into a separate company.

LINUX SUPPORTED WIRELESS CARDS: the forefront of the Linux database market by open-sourcing InterBase 6, the new version of its cross-platform SQL database. Inprise plans to release InterBase in open-source form for multiple platforms, including Linux, Windows NT, and Solaris, make the database available at no charge, and spin the InterBase division off into a separate company. Inprise will be taking a leadership role in the Open-Source movement by releasing InterBase 6 under an open-source license. We are taking this bold step
1/17/2000


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