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Wireless Networks Environmental and Energy Efficiency Innovation event in Reading on June 7

June 3rd 2011–The ICT KTN Wireless Technology and Spectrum Working Group, Mobile VCE and NMI are jointly hosting a workshop to investigate the system and component challenges, addressing “Environmental and Energy Efficiency Innovation in Wireless Networks". The event will take place on Tuesday 7th June 2011from 10:00 to 16:00 (Registration and refreshments 0900). It will be held at the Royal Berkshire Conference Centre (Syndicate Room),Madejski Stadium, Reading, Berkshire, RG2 0FL (Directions: www.rbcc.org.uk/location.php). Attendance is FREE and lunch will be provided. [Read More...]

Cambridge Wireless leads debate on mobile operator business models and the future of connected devic

31st May 2011 – Cambridge Wireless – the leading industry forum for wireless technologies - is hosting two London events focused on changing mobile operator business models and the future of connected wireless devices. With the number of wireless networked devices and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications increasing rapidly, “Connecting the next 50Bn Devices” on 7th June at BDO Offices in London, will bring together industry leaders from Neul, Numerex, Pachube, Onzo, TTP, Cambridge Consultants and Arkessa to share their thoughts on the next generation of connected devices and services.
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Cambridge Wireless expands international membership

19 May 2011, Cambridge, UK – Cambridge Wireless, the leading industry forum for companies involved in the development and application of wireless technologies, is expanding its international reach with new members including Fairfax County Economic Development Authority in the US and Canadian based start-up Youi Labs.
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Future of Wireless International Conference puts spotlight on growing demand for mobile broadband

18 May, 2011:With the phenomenal growth in smartphones, tablets and other data-rich devices driving demand for mobile broadband services, wireless networks are coming under increasing stress, says Cambridge Wireless, the leading independent wireless business and technology community. And with no clear match in the willingness by users to fund their mobile data habits, there is an urgent need to restructure value chains and business models and to invest in next generation wireless infrastructures and spectrum availability.
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ORing presents the latest outdoor waterproof long-range 802.11a/n wireless access points

ORing now has the latest solution for compact-size industrial-grade waterproof outdoor 802.11a/n wireless access points: IAP-W510 and IAP-W512, both with long transmission range of up to 10 km, high power output of 500 mW, data throughput of more than 80 Mbps, strong data security (HTTPs plus WEP/WPA/WPA-PSK(TKIP,AES)/ WPA2/WPA2-PSK(TKIP,AES)/802.1X), wireless load balance, and multi-operation-mode support (AP/Bridge/Repeater/AP-Client/Client). Additionally, with X-Roaming support (handover time < 100 ms), the WDS use of multiple IAP-W510s and/or IAP-W512s for expanded wireless network would be very swift and smooth.
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Libelium opens the new ‘kitchen’ for electronics enthusiasts and the Arduino Community – Cooking Hac

September 16 2010 - Libelium, a leading wireless and electronics innovator, announces the launch of the Cooking Hacks website. Drawing on the similarity between cooks exchanging recipes and engineers sharing hacks, the new website offers a wide range of fun resources for anyone keen on trying out electronics (and cooking). The website offers an affordable range of easy-to-use boards, modules and software downloads. It also offers tutorials and community facilities for sharing hacks and recipes. The site aims to make building electronic systems as straightforward as trying out recipes in the kitchen.
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Toumaz releases the TZ1090 ‘XENIF’ – an all-in-one integrated broadcast receiver, Wi-Fi and applicat

Abingdon, United Kingdom, 14th September 2010 – Toumaz, the leading provider of ultra-low power wireless telemetry technologies for medical monitoring and internet-connected consumer devices, today announces the launch of TZ1090 (‘XENIF’) – an advanced 32-bit processor based System-on-Chip (SoC) with integrated broadcast and connectivity that provides a highly competitive, cost-effective solution for advanced cost engineered digital radios, Wi-Fi-connected photo frames and Internet connected consumer devices.
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Wireless 2.0: Industry gathers for leading wireless innovation conference

Rising Stars Awards Dinner & Wireless 2.0 Conference 8&9 July, Bristol, UK.

30th June 2010, Bristol, UK - The agenda for Silicon South West's Rising Stars Awards Dinner & Wireless 2.0 Conference has been released today and includes speakers from leading national and international companies in this sector, including Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Ubiquisys and Icera.

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ip.access & Kineto Wireless complete standards-based femtocell interoperability testing

Cambridge, UK, and Milpitas, CA, 22 June 2010 – ip.access, the leading developer of femtocell and picocell solutions, and Kineto Wireless, the leading supplier of solutions that enable delivery of mobile services over broadband, have announced successful interoperability testing between ip.access’ Oyster 3G femtocell Access Point and Kineto’s Multi-Service Access Gateway (MSA-GW). The testing was based on 3GPP’s Release 8 Iuh specification, which defines the standard interface between femtocell Access Points and the femtocell gateway.
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Wireless 2.0 conference 8&9th July, 2010, Bristol, UK

June 15 2010 - The wireless industry will be gathering in Bristol, UK next month, for the Wireless2.0 conference at a time of unparalleled opportunity in the industry.  “The smart phone revolution has brought the dream of mobile multimedia home,’” said Simon Bond, organiser of this year’s Wireless 2.0 conference. “However, its extraordinary success has also placed unprecedented stresses on the networks that support them. There’s so much that needs to be fixed if the wireless industry is going to keep pace with consumer demand for its current and future product.
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Libelium to demonstrate wireless sensor products at CeBIT 2010

Libelium, a technology leader in distributed wireless networks, announces their participation in three major wireless industry events. The exhibitions include CeBIT 2010 in Hannover, Germany, from 2nd-6th March; Sensor+Test 2010 in Nuremberg, Germany, from 18th-20th May; and Sensors Expo & Conference 2010 in Rosemont, Illinois, USA from 7th-9th June.
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