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Wireless Technology

The ability to connect to the Internet or another computer without attaching an Ethernet cord or telephone wire to one's computer. It was invented in 1994 and became popular in the 2000s. Wireless technology has facilitated mobility in both study and many occupations. Many wireless devices use technology certified as Wi-Fi, a brand name. See also: Work from home.
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Today, among those schools exploring wireless telecommunications, the system is fundamentally different.
In fact, infrastructures for both wired and wireless communications are still being built out around the world.
eSolutions' system enables stationary and mobile connectivity with the ability to track DHEC's automobile product quality information system and implements enterprise resource planning (ERP), a manufacturing execution system (MES), a warehouse management system (WMS), service logical circuit plan systems, bar code and data acquisition systems, the wireless network system, and the axle bush select and matching system.
One of the biggest challenges in laying out a wireless LAN lies in designing the layout of the access points and ensuring that adequate coverage is provided throughout the service area.
We've made large-scale investments throughout Florida in order to provide our customers with a network that is reliable and that provides the most advanced high-speed wireless services for businesses," said Pamela Tope, Verizon Wireless Florida region president.
With the deployments at Ford Field and University of Phoenix Stadium, MobileAccess has now installed its Universal Wireless Network at four Super Bowl stadiums: Reliant Park in Houston, Texas, prior to Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004; ALLTEL Stadium in Jacksonville, Florida, prior to Super Bowl XXXIX in 2005; at Ford Field prior to Super Bowl XL in 2006; and at University of Phoenix Stadium where it will be leveraged for Super Bowl XLII in 2008.
Perceived Benefits of Wireless Data Solutions (Multiple Answers Allowed)
As wireless data proliferates, content has become increasingly significant as a factor in the appeal of services.
And with V CAST, consumers can access the latest in video programming to stay connected, informed and entertained via their wireless phones," said Rich Garwood, Northern California/Nevada regional president for Verizon Wireless.