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[13 Mar 2008 | No Comment | 1,575 supporters]

New Mesh-Enabled AP-7131 Access Point Enables All-Wireless Enterprise
SAN JOSE, Calif. – 12 March 2008 – The Enterprise Mobility business of Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) today announced its AP-7131, the industry’s first tri-radio 802.11n access point (AP) featuring Motorola’s new adaptive AP architecture. The unique tri-radio design integrates three 802.11n radios that simultaneously support high-speed client access, mesh backhaul and dedicated dual-band intrusion protection for enabling the all-wireless enterprise. Using an expansion slot, the third radio can be field upgraded to enable next-generation 3G/4G technologies like WiMAX for primary or redundant …

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[22 Feb 2008 | One Comment | 981 supporters]

Using Ubuntu 7.10 to connect to wireless networks has been great. Linux for many years has only been for the geeks. I truly feel that the only thing that was holding linux back was the problems with installing Linux on laptops. You either had problems with screen resolution, your touch pad and or your wireless network card. The only people who could get the wireless portion of Linux to work would need to have command line skills and be able to either program the driver you self your find one …

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[22 Jan 2008 | No Comment | 992 supporters]

Load balancing is the even distribution of computer processing and communication activities so that a server is not overwhelmed. Load balancing is especially important for networks where it is difficult to predict the number of requests that will be issued to a server.
Busy Web sites typically employ two or more Web servers in a load-balancing scheme. If one server starts to get swamped, requests are forwarded to another server with more capacity. Load balancing is therefore a service that is employed on more sophisticated site deployments.
Most service providers that offer …