Networking

UStec Founder Back with Wi3 MoCA-based Device

By Jason Knott · January 12, 2011 • Former structured wiring exec Bill Thompson returns to custom market with Wi3, a networking device that uses a home's existing coax cable to carry Ethernet communications.

Italian Integrators Tackle Operational Challenges at TechHome Mediterraneo Roundtable

By CE Pro Editors · December 17, 2010 • Italian integration companies gather to share best practices to confront many of the same issues as their American counterparts at first-ever CEA Techhome Mediterraneo summit.

Remote Diagnostic System: 15 Minutes vs. 2 Manhours

By Jason Knott · December 1, 2010 • e-home's remote diagnostic system saves equivalent of two employees’ time on service calls.

New IEEE 1901 Standard Beefs Up Powerline Networks

By Jason Knott · October 20, 2010 • New Broadband over Power Line standard requires products to deliver more than 500 Mbps in LAN and Smart Grid applications.

So Many Networked TVs, So Little IP Control

By Julie Jacobson · August 24, 2010 • Big CE manufacturers already have Ethernet ports on their TVs, so why not add a little open-source code for IP control? Philips takes a good first step.

Suttle Joins HomePNA Alliance

By CE Pro Editors · January 22, 2010 • Structured wiring manufacturer will begin shipping HomePNA-certified home networking products in Q2.

802.11n WAP Shipments Up 44% in 2009

By Jason Knott · January 19, 2010 • 802.11n Wi-Fi access point shipments expected to exceed 32 million in 2010.

Toshiba Mini NB305 Netbook

By CE Pro Editors · January 7, 2010 • Features a full-size keyboard and touchpad, along with a 10.1-inch display, a 250GB hard drive and 802.11b/g wireless compatibility.

3 Emerging Managed Services Companies

By Jason Knott · December 8, 2009 • With Atomoo now out of the picture, we take a look at three companies that are emerging in the managed services market.

Paradigm, Sony Use New Media for Promotions

By Robert Archer · November 9, 2009 • Marketing efforts reflect many ways of reaching a diverse group of consumers.

AVAD Targets Commercial, Security Markets

By Jason Knott · October 23, 2009 • AVAD VP and GM Jim Annes says push into security will be supported with extensive online and in-person training.

Windows 7 Highlights D&H Technology Show

By Jason Knott · August 13, 2009 • Microsoft gave attendees a sneak peek at the operating system due out Oct. 22, including an XP virtualization mode that handles legacy applications.

Warning: 2% of Population Has ‘Wi-Fi Allergy’

By Jason Knott · July 27, 2009 • You don’t have to start wearing a stethoscope, but there is an important medical question every integrator needs to start asking when design a client’s system: Does anyone in the home suffer from allergies to electromagnetic signals? According. . .

Parks: Demand for Remote Tech Support Is Rising

By Tom LeBlanc · June 26, 2009 • It predicts that CE pros can grow client bases and increase revenues by troubleshooting home networks. Over 10 million households will be remotely serviced by 2013.

ADI Launches IP Technology Roadshow

By CE Pro Editors · June 24, 2009 • IP-based cameras and security systems are quickly becoming more prevalent among integrators as they recognize easier ways to set up CCTV networks. With that in mind, distributor ADI announced the launch of its IP Point Roadshow events taking place in. . .

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