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San Diego Wireless Heavyweight Leap Wireless Supports New Start-up Incubator

CommNexus Forms Non-Profit to Support Innovative Start-up Companies and Entrepreneurs in Communications and Communications Convergence San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 17, 2009 -- CommNexus and Leap Wireless, International, Inc., the parent company of Cricket Communications...

Spinning carbon nanotubes spawns new wireless applications

The University of Cincinnati has long been known for its world-record-breaking carbon nanotubes. Now researchers at the University of Cincinnati have discovered new uses by spinning carbon nanotubes (CNTs) into longer fibers with additional useful properties. Breakthroughs Without Broken Thre...

Advanced Technologies and Wireless Telecommunications Enhance Care and Medical Training at the Ryder Trauma Center in Miami

MIAMI, Dec. 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The William Lehman Injury Research Center (WLIRC), an internationally recognized research facility located at the University of Miami /Jackson Medical Center's Ryder Trauma Center; the U.S. Army's Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC)...

Braemar Introduces the ER920W Wireless Cardiac Arrhythmia Monitor

ER920W Showcased at HRS Conference MINNEAPOLIS, June 12 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Braemar, Inc., a subsidiary of Biotel, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BTEL) and a world leader in ambulatory cardiac monitoring devices, has introduced the ER920W, an advanced wireless device that i...

New Wireless ID Skin Patch Technology Designed to Reduce Medical Errors

WASHINGTON and GLASGOW, Scotland, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Medical errors may soon be a relic of the past. Smart, wireless, RFID skin patches for identification and diagnostic applications are now being manufactured by Frank Sammeroff Ltd., who has formed a strategic alliance with Gentag, Inc. f...

Purdue creating wireless sensors to monitor bearings in jet engines

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Researchers at Purdue University, working with the U.S. Air Force, have developed tiny wireless sensors resilient enough to survive the harsh conditions inside jet engines to detect when critical bearings are close to failing and prevent breakdowns. The devices are an exa...

Boston Scientific Releases Remote Monitoring Data from its Wireless LATITUDE(R) Patient Management System

NATICK, Mass., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Boston Scientific Corporation (NYSE: BSX ) today released data reflecting experience from the first 15,000 patients(1) monitored wirelessly on the LATITUDE(R) Patient Management System. This event data represents the industry's largest experie...

Is it Mobile if it's Wireless at Home?

It's no news that broadband access is on the rise in U.S. homes, and among the highly connected set, at least, the arrival of broadband is followed rather quickly by the installation of wireless home networking. In fact, I would venture to say that consumers and consumer applications are now a sign...

IBM Develops Wireless Security Service

Helping Protect Against Wireless Hacking and Rogue Access Point Exposures IBM today announced one of the information technology industry's first comprehensive intrusion detection services designed to help customers protect against security breaches on wireless local area networks. IBM's wi...

Future of cable, wireless shown off at ITEC Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE Despite the encroachment of wireless technology, broadband Internet access over cable lines will only become more popular with business and home users, according to Dan Conrad, vice president of commercial services for Time Warner Cable . In his keynote address Wednesday at the ITEC ...

Wardrivers now exploiting your wireless service with ease

CHICAGO Lots of wireless Internet routers at homes and businesses are still as secure as the Titanic was unsinkable, writes adjunct Northwestern professor James Carlini in an update about hackers who are targeting and exploiting your wireless service with more ease than ever before. Wardialin...

Tennessee health care system to install Johnson Controls wireless tech

MILWAUKEE The Mountain States Health Alliance , a regional health care system in northeast Tennessee, has signed an agreement with the Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls, Inc. , for system-wide installation of a wireless distribution technology. The InnerWireless System will be installed throug...

Fitchburg tech campus offers free wireless access

The Agora Pavilion will likely be a popular spot for wireless use. Source: Fitchburg Center. FITCHBURG, Wis. Fitchburg Center , a green mixed-use development, is now home to a free wireless hotspot. A Wi-Fi antenna, which nearby Berbee Information Systems put up, provides wireless access ...

UW-Madison working to extend wireless access to entire campus

Madison, Wis. The University of Wisconsin-Madison plans to extend its wireless network coverage to cover the entire campus by June 2006, according to the Division of Information Technology . The universitys 2003 student computing survey showed that 46 percent of students said they were lik...

Madison asks for wireless bids; airport, downtown would be first

Madison, Wis. The city of Madison is asking for bids on the construction of downtown wireless Internet access points, officials said on Friday. The vendor would be able to charge user fees and would take on the cost of building the network, including fees to the city, county and state for t...

Business-school IT director points to reasons for wireless trend

Scott Converse Madison, Wis. While the Madison chapter of the World Future Society is dedicated primarily to looking ahead for new social and technological developments, Scott Converse showed them how looking to the past can also be important if they want to see where the next big thing is...

Midwest Wireless adds live TV to list of cellular services

Midwest Wireless , a cell-phone provider serving areas of Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa, has started broadcasting live television to phones through the MobiTV network , a product of Idetic in California. The service costs $8.59 per month and provides access to 21 channels, including several ...

Screen-door security: most wireless networks left wide open

I'm not normally one to participate in scare tactics. However, there is one area where I finally decided it's appropriate to do this, and that is wireless security. Oh sure, there are various articles and such that describe the "improved security" of built-in encryption technologies (WPA versus ...

UW-Madison wireless plan requires more net addresses lots more

The University of Wisconsin-Madison has been assigned 65,000 Internet addresses to boost its network capacity, allowing it to go forward with a planned expansion of its wireless network to blanket the campus. A non-profit Internet management body, the American Registry for Internet Numbers , es...

Shawano to build city-wide Wi-Fi broadband wireless network

The city of Shawano, Wisconsin, plans to install a high-speed wireless network this summer for around $160,000. The city council approved the network last Wednesday, according to the Shawano Leader . Workers would install $3,000 radio transmitters at various locations to cover the whole city...

Active Air Networks Wisconsin launches broadband and wireless networks in Wisconsin

Madison, Wis. -- Active Air Networks Wisconsin said Monday it will begin delivering high speed broadband and wireless technologies to consumers and business users throughout Wisconsin communities. The network will begin deployment this month in multiple villages and towns throughout Washingto...

Cingular Wireless to invest $300 million in Illinois and Wisconsin

CHICAGO -- Cingular Wireless will invest more than $300 million this year on network improvements in Illinois and Wisconsin -- including turning on-air 110 new cell sites, the company announced on Friday. Nationwide, the company will spend $6.2 billion to enhance and expand its Allover network...

Student survey shows surging demand for wireless access

Madison, Wis. - Mobility is the new mantra for student technology usage on campus, according to an annual survey that finds laptop computer ownership about to surpass desktop computers and an expanding interest in wireless access. The 2005 University of Wisconsin-Madison Computing Survey, whic...

Memphis hospital group installing Johnson Controls wireless infrastructure

Baptist Memorial Health Care in Memphis, Tenn., will install a wireless distribution infrastructure at five of its largest hospitals and the organization's corporate office under a $6 million agreement with Glendale, Wis.-based Johnson Controls . The wireless distribution system will provide ...

Cisco manager touts wireless advantages

Madison, Wis. - If wireless keeps growing at its present rate employees may not even need an office to get their work done, says a wireless channel manager for Cisco Systems. The manager, Bruce Alexander, spoke at a recent Accelerate Madison program, saying the surging interest in wireless...

Milwaukee announces citywide wireless initiative

MILWAUKEE -- Mayor Tom Barrett and Milwaukee officials on Wednesday announced plans to launch the Milwaukee Wireless Initiative to provide a citywide wireless network accessible to all residents. The Milwaukee Wireless Initiative positions Milwaukee to become the first fully wireless large cit...

Cisco and UW-Madison announce wireless deployment

San Jose, Calif. - Cisco Systems has reached an agreement with UW-Madison for the deployment of a large-scale wireless local area network. The UW-Madison campus serves 41,500 students, 3,800 faculty and approximately 7,500 staff. The campus includes more than 180 buildings spread across 933 ...

Madison wireless deal goes forward with Cellnet

Madison, Wis. Although Madison has made a deal with Georgia-based Cellnet to provide Wi-Fi infrastructure throughout Madison, the deployment will not be an overnight event. Certain areas will be initially served before others, starting with a 9-square-mile area around Capitol Square expected t...

Stem-cell debate, wireless access and other endeavors heat up

Before we launch into our full annual review of 2005, here's a quick recap of some of the developments in the last quarter. Next week we'll expand our scope and republish some of our best and most-read news stories, commentary and analysis this year. Stem cells They could be called Wisconsi...

Green Bay area businesses ramp up wireless access

Wireless internet access is popping up all over Green Bay, in traditional spots such as coffee shops, the airport and hotel rooms as well as a hair salon. But it's still an open question whether communities such as Green Bay will follow Madison and Milwaukee in making contracts for large-scale w...

Johnson Controls makes wireless partnership

Milwaukee, Wis. Johnson Controls has signed an agreement to add technology from Spotwave Wireless to its wireless portfolio. The SpotCell in-building wireless systems broaden coverage and improve signal strength in specific areas of a facility. This allows people to use their cell phones, PDA...

Madison's downtown wireless network almost ready

The phase 1 downtown coverage area will include the isthmus and Alliant Energy Center. Source: Mad City Broadband public relations. Madison, Wis. A downtown wireless network called Mad City Broadband that will cover the area around the Capitol is almost ready to go live. Cellnet, a firm in At...

Waukesha considers wireless bids from three firms

Milwaukee, Wis. — Competition is heating up in Waukesha for the city's nod to build a wireless network for residents. Three firms want to build the infrastructure on city property such as light poles, then wholesale bandwidth to Internet service providers. After waiting several years for...

Wisconsin cities make progress on wireless Internet coverage

Madison, Wis. - Wisconsin's two largest cities are moving closer to providing wireless Internet access throughout their geographic limits, and several others continue to build their own wireless networks. In addition to localized wireless "hot-spots" offered in public facilities, hotels, cafes...

Milwaukee runs out of patience with wireless Internet provider

Milwaukee, Wis . - In the high-stakes game of citywide wireless Internet, do deep pockets trump local connections? If the City of Milwaukee is any example, the answer might be yes. Earlier this year, Milwaukee was within 18 months of becoming the first completely wireless large city in the na...

Milwaukee could be wireless in 18 months

Milwaukee, Wis - This week, the clock starts ticking on the 18-month window for Midwest Fiber Networks to complete installation work on the city's wireless Internet service. After months of indecision and the courting of other prospective vendors such as EarthLink and Cellnet , Mayor Tom ...

Will wireless Internet bypass the central city?

Milwaukee, Wis - For Milwaukee's forthcoming wireless Internet service, everything seems to be set. The City of Milwaukee has finalized a contract with Midwest Fiber Networks, LLC to build a citywide wireless Internet network. Taxpayers are off the hook because Midwest Fiber will invest t...

Handicapping Milwaukee's wireless initiative

At the wireless Internet symposium presented last week at the Milwaukee School of Engineering , the list of speakers was as impressive as their messages. Mary Glass of Campaign Neighborhood , who developed the symposium and is championing the issue for Milwaukee neighborhoods, delivered a v...

Company to operate in wireless Internet space

Madison, Wis. - If you subscribe to the theory that consumer need is what drives business formation, a newly formed company may provide you with some proof. In this case, the need is created when local wireless Internet service or broadband access leave something to be desired, and the chief ...

Company still behind schedule on Milwaukee wireless project

Milwaukee, Wis . - Midwest Fiber Networks , which has promised Milwaukee that it can provide citywide wireless service by March of 2008, has been granted a reprieve by the Milwaukee Common Council after falling behind on the project. The council has voted to give Midwest Fiber until June 7 t...
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