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Ethernet

Informatics A high speed LAN hardware standard for communicating among PCs, which can link up to 1024 nodes in a bus network. See Local area network, Packet swltching. Cf Fiber distributed data interface.
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UNEXPECTED ADVANTAGE: Because technologists charge departments for access points and installation, the school's IT department actually has been able to make money off the wireless LAN.
Although still growing, the wireless LAN market has been struggling to overcome a setback since the WEP key problem surfaced.
While wireless LANs aren't new, cost and performance issues--they were expensive and slow--kept them from making inroads into offices or homes.
Presents and independent, third-party onion as to the steps need to be taken to improve current wireless LAN penetration levels.
The Digivance WFX Wireless LAN Array delivers up to 864 Mbps of Wi-Fi bandwidth over a large area and allows up to 1,024 users to be wirelessly connected to the network.
The market for business-class wireless LAN will continue to see double-digit shipment growth for the remainder of the decade as companies increase wireless LAN coverage.
The CWNP Program is the industry standard for wireless LAN training and certification.
Without central management from Wavelink, managing and maintaining the wireless LAN at the four airports would have been virtually impossible.
Through a combination of written and practical (lab) exams, candidates can achieve certification as an Aruba Certified Expert (ACE) - a credential that signifies mastery of the skills necessary to deploy and manage the most advanced wireless LAN networks in the world.

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