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Speeds at up to 1Gbps will eventually be possible over copper lines, albeit short distances. But that could be enough to reach homes.
Reuters reports that wireless millimeter-wave technology could be part of Google's broadband future. Don't think of it as high-speed, ubiquitous wireless broadband, but rather a cost-saving measure for its Google Fiber infrastructure.
The E8350 and EA9200 join the WRT 1900AC. Confused by the company’s E, EA, and WRT branding? We’ll sort it out for you.
The FCC shouldn't hold mobile broadband providers to the same regulations as wired providers, the CTIA chief says
The company also said it logged 1.2Gbps in vehicle tests for 5G technologies
Both companies stand to gain if network functions virtualization upends traditional carrier systems
Acer wants to bring its cloud computing services to the telecommunication realm
The WRT SE4008 8-port gigabit switch is the perfect mate for the Linksys WRT1900AC Wi-Fi router.
The French operator said that Deutsche Telekom and select board members of T-Mobile had rejected a sweetened offer
Mobile arm, Mtel, also up for sale
Samsung's developing a new Wi-Fi technology that will let you transfer a 1GB file between devices in under 3 seconds--but don't expect to see it in your Galaxy phone anytime soon.
Experts see big changes to health-care, gaming and other industries from a gigabit-speed Internet. What would you use it for?
Jumping from one Wi-Fi hotspot to the next will be easier, thanks to an expansion of the Wi-Fi Alliance's Passpoint program to streamline the formation of new accounts.