The wireless world.
Broadband wireless will revolutionize people's
lives by enabling a high speed connection directly
to the key people and information that customers
want, whenever they want it.
Computer Systems believes wireless technologies such
as 3G, Wi-Fi, and WiMAX will coexist, working
synergistically together to meet unique customer
needs. It is likely that no single broadband
wireless technology will become dominant or
Wireless Metropolitan Area Networks (WMANs)
cover a much greater distance than WLANs, connecting
buildings to one another over a broader geographic
area. The emerging WiMAX technology (IEEE* 802.16
2004 specification today and the proposed IEEE*
802.16e specification in the near future) will
further enable mobility and reduce reliance on wired
WiMAX - Broadband Wireless Access Technology
WiMAX Overview Demo
Case Studies & Videos
Intel PRO/Wireless 5116 broadband interface
Wireless Local Area Networks (WLANs) have
broader range than WPANs, typically confined within
office buildings, restaurants, stores, homes, etc.
WLANs are gaining in popularity, fueled in part by
the availability of devices optimized for wireless
computing such as Intel Centrino Mobile Technology.
Work, Play and Connect on the Go
Wireless LAN Computing Strategies
Wireless Wide Area Networks (WWANs) are the
broadest range wireless networks. 3G is a WWAN that
allows for high speed data transmission and greater
voice capacity for mobile users. Next-generation
cellular services based on various 3G technologies
will significantly improve WWAN communications.
Wireless Mobility -- Handheld and Handsets
Modular Communications Platforms